Find details of the Beautiful Beaches Costa Blanca has to offer - Costa Blanca, Spain.
Playa de la Fossa / Levante is a popular beach in Calpe, Spain - a long sandy beach with shallow, surrounded by a promenade with many restaurants and shops.
Discover Javea's picturesque sandy beaches, perfect for families, or simply relaxing and sunbathing on soft golden sand.
Discover Cala en Calo, a stunning beach in Javea located at the foot of a canyon and only accessible by sea. Kayaking or wakeboarding to this picturesque spot reveals the unspoiled, natural beauty of its caves and calm blue waters. Cliff jumping, snorkelling and caving all take place here, making it the perfect location for fans of the outdoors.
Playa La Grava is a Blue Flag pebble beach, located at Javea Port, and offering calm, clear and sheltered waters. It is an excellent bathing area and is a very popular beach to visit.
Cala Sardinera is an unspoilt small, pebbly & gravel cove located at the northern end of Cap Prim in Javea. The beach is a perfect location for snorkeling and swimming. Access to the cove is only possible on foot via a 20 minutes walk via Mirador Portixol or by sea.
Playa Ambolo is a naturist sandy beach located on the Cabo la Nao, although swimwear is allowed. The beach is only 300m in length, but is one of the most beautiful beaches to discover in Javea. It is currently closed due to danger of rockfalls and landslides, but there have been efforts to re-open the beach recently.
Arenal Beach - Playa Del Arenal is a popular sandy beach in Javea offering safe, clean, soft sand that gently slopes into the sea, making it perfect for families. The Blue Flag beach is 480 metres long and is a central tourist centre in Javea, offering a fantastic promenade, restaurants, bars and lifeguard services.
Discover Cala del Ministro Jávea or "The Minister's Creek", a rocky cove with historical importance as a Roman archaeological site and former home of a Minister of Finance. It can be located between Playa Del Benissero and Arenal Beach. With it's fantastic underwater scenery, rich history and quaint, hidden atmosphere, this beach in Javea is well worth a visit.
Cala del Moraig is a beautiful, Blue Flag, gravel cove on the Cumbre del Sol, between Moraira and Javea. The beach is only 300m in length, but offers a range of services, including disabled access, amphibious chairs, lifeguards, nursing service, plus daily cleaning. The far-left of the beach is also a nudist area.
Find details of the many beaches in Javea that are perfect for families - and making sure that any little ones are both safe and entertained.
Discover Javea's Blue Flag beaches, granted the distinction for their environmental quality, safety, and facilities. The Blue Flag is a badge bestowed anually by the European Foundation for Environmental Education, and Javea is home to three of these high quality beaches: Playa Arenal, Cala La Granadella, and Playa La Grava.
Playa La Caleta / Cala Blanca Javea is a beach of white pebbles, rocks, and mesmerising clear waters - fantastic for snorkelling. The beach offers 3 small coves - Caleta I, Caleta II and Caleta del Francés.
Playa del Portixol / Cala Barraca is one of the most popular beaches in Javea. It is a pebbly and rocky beach located between Cap Prim and Cap Negre, and is recommended for Scuba Diving & Snorkellling.
Playa del Benissero or Primer Muntanyar is a rocky stretch of beach Javea, located 300m from the Port and extending down to the Hotel Parador. This is the location for the many popular chiriguito bars which pop up in the summer in Javea.
Playa Segundo Muntanya is a quiet rocky beach in Javea, found south of Playa Arenal, with steps that provide access the sea. Facilities include chiringuitos and parking.
Playa La Granadella is one of the most beautiful natural beaches and locations in Javea / on the Costa Blanca. Cala Granadella is a secluded pebble & sand Blue Flag beach with facilities including a couple of restaurants. The beach is highly recommended for snorkelling due to its crystal clear waters. This beach gets very busy in the summer and is only 160m in length.
Located at the far end of Javea Port and tucked in at the base of Cape San Antonio, Tango Beach is unparalleled for rock jumping. Though the beautiful rocky cove itself has been closed the public since 2014, the exhilarating plunge into the Med makes Cala del Tango well worth a visit for any thrill-seeker.