Jávea is a jewel on the Costa Blanca, offering exquisite landscapes, modern facilities and the charm of an ancient fishing village.
Spread out under the protective Mount Montgo, Jávea enjoys a typical Mediterranean climate - cool sea breezes in summer and shelter from the North winds in winter. With an average of 325 sunny days per year, and an average temperature exceeding 20 degrees, Jávea is an ideal year round destination.
One of the top 10 healthiest climates in Europe.
More hours of sunshine than anywhere else in Spain
Crystal clear waters
Tosca stone porticoes.
A covered indoor market, brimming with local produce and offering the daily fresh catch from the port.
Iconic ancient windmills rise above the town, small hermitages clutch the slopes of Mount Montgo.
Javea is steeped in history.
The Arenal area is a lively, family friendly promenade. A sandy bay with palm trees, play areas for children, and an abundant choice of bars and restaurants offering national and international specialities for the adults.
Celts, Iberians, Greeks, Romans and Muslims have all left their imprint on the Javean palate. Paella Valenciana is a standout, as well as Arroz Negro (black rice) and Arroz a banda (fish and rice stew). Seafood reigns, but earthy country dishes abound, featuring lamb, rabbit, sausages and black puddings. Local almonds, oranges and honey infuse the dessert menu.
Water sports and fishing facilities are top notch, with a modern yacht club offering nearly 300 berths. Kayaking, sailing, snorkelling, scuba diving, fishing and windsurfing – all are on offer.