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Javea

Why buy a property in Javea?
 
Javea lies in the shadow of the dominating Montgo Mountain in the northern Costa Blanca and is one of the most popular resorts of the region. Javea is an attractive destination with plenty to offer visitors including some of Spain's finest golden beaches.
Javea with its variety of landscape, ranging from sandy coastlines to rugged mountain areas, its mild year-round climate, its careful planning policies and extensive tourist facilities, is a jewel on the Costa Blanca, combining beauty and modern facilities with the charm of an ancient fishing village. Javea has been voted environmentally near perfect by the World Health Organisation and boasts 320 days of sunshine a year.
 
Javea is situated on the most easterly point of mainland Spain about 100 kms from Valencia and 90 kms from Alicante making is very accessible from both airports.

As well as whiling away your days on the beach at Playa del Arenal and dining in some fine restaurants there's plenty to do to amuse the whole family. Scuba diving in Javea is highly recommended and there's no end of dive shops offering introductory dives and courses. Javea has its own Go Kart track and crazy golf, two large Tennis Clubs and a Bowling Green. In addition to all this the Costa Blanca has more than 13 golf courses, two within 10kms of Javea.

For those walkers amongst you, there are some great trekking routes around Javea, these include walks to the two headlands with lighthouses and breathtaking views. If you are interested you should ask in the Tourist Information office for the booklet "Nature Parks and Trekking Routes".

If you're looking for something extra for the kids head a little south to Benidorm (just 30 to 40 minutes south of Javea) and take them to one of the Benidorm Theme Parks, these include Terra Mittica and Aqualandia.
 
Javea is split into threee distinctive areas:
 
Javea Old Town is still uniquely Spanish with its narrow streets, built with original Tosca sandstone it is rich in medieval history. The historical heart of Javea is the church of Sant Bertomeu. One of the inner walls is from the year of 1244. The year when the Spanish king Jaime the Conqueror defeated the Moors. You will get some great tapas at incredible prices in the bars in the old town. A good advice is to follow the Spanish, they know where the good food at bargain prices are to be found.
 
 
The Port Area of Javea has a fascinating charm factor hard to define and a real Spanish feel. Whitewashed houses surround the bay. You can watch the fishermen bring in their fresh catches daily ready for you to sample at the fantastic seafood restaurants. Alternatively you can take time out on its lovely promenade with open air terrace restaurants and pleasant local bars. The views across the bay are spectacular.
 
 
Playa de Arenal is Javea's beach area. The beautiful, sandy bay is planted with palm trees and has play areas for children.
The beach itself is fabulous with superb fine, golden sand with the clean, warm, blue Mediterranean Sea washing the shore, it really is an ideal location. The water is calm and shallow and during the summer there is a diving platform in the sea. You can hire canoes, pedaloes and jet skis from the waters edge. The bay is fringed by the promenade with its wonderful choice of bars and restaurants offering national and international specialities.
 
MNM CostaBlanca- Estate Agents in Denia with property for sale in Denia and surrounding areas of Javea, Moraira, El Portet.