Javea Spain - Discover the best of Javea / Xabia
Discover the best of the Old Town of Javea with a walk through the narrow streets, starting in the Historic Centre of Xabia at the Church of San Bartolomé. The origin of Javea's Historic Centre dates back to the Medieval period and many characteristic buildings that have been built through the centuries remain.
What’s the story of Javea’s port church / Nuestra Senora de Loreto? This article has been written by Blanca International Javea, leading Estate Agents in Javea, Spain. Have you ever noticed a spiky-looking structure while walking through the port area of Javea? You could easily mistake it for a...
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This market is also known as the Daily Indoor Food Market, and is dedicated to the sale of local produce. Within the market, you will discover a wide array of stalls offering bread, fruit and vegetables, meat, cheeses, and more.
Javea port is well worth a visit to enjoy many shops, restaurants, (tapas) bars and the pretty La Grava beach alongside the promenade lined with lovely palm trees in a relaxed atmosphere. Enjoy excellent seafood restaurants fantastic harbour and sea views. Javea Port is the location of many Javea fiestas & festivals, including the fantastic Moors and Christians parade in July, and the Saint Mare de Deu de Loreto celebrations.
Come and visit the weekly Artisan & Craft Market every Sunday from 11:00 to 14:00 on the Paseo Maritimo / Promenade at Playa Grava, Javea Port, and see a great choice of handmade products for sale.
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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.
Capella de Santa Anna is a stunning chapel in the historic centre of Javea, which was once part of a larger hospital. It is open to visitors on weekdays.
Javea Tourist Office invites the whole family to their series of Theatrical Guided Tours of Javea, where you can experience the cultural heritage and history of Javea in an entertaining and fun way. During
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.
Dating back to the 14th and 16th centuries, The Church of San Bartolomé is a beautiful Elizabethan Gothic church in the heart of Javea Old Town. The 30m bell tower offers astounding views of the surrounding area, and the historical cannons harken back to its prior role in defence.