Discover Sunny Javéa
Surf, sun and sand – the beautiful and famous Spanish coastline of Costa Blanca is all that and more. In the heart of Costa Blanca is the delightful historic town of Javéa, its climate now recognized as one of the healthiest in the world.
The Old Quarter
Take a stroll through the timeless maze of lazy backstreets and witness ancient relics that excite all with the mystique of a long-lost history. Take the time to visit the open-air marketplace overflowing with fresh fruits and vegetables, fresh fish, local foods and crafted wares, while soaking up the ambiance and atmosphere of the hagglers and peddlers. Nearby is the Church of Sant Bartomeu.
Old Meets New
Javéa is rich with old-world history. While there are many historic sites to visit around Javéa, the authentic port on the Mediterranean remains active and has an ageless buzz to it. The views of the bay are breathtaking and incredibly beautiful.
A lighthouse stands guard at 120 meters above sea level on the Cap de la Nau, (Cape of the Ship). This rocky, steep limestone headland is located in the town of Javéa and marks the southern limit of the Bay of Valencia. A favorite family-friend spot is Playa de Arenal, Javéa’s beach, offering a friendly and relaxed atmosphere. Enjoy the wide variety of restaurants and bars suited to everyone’s budget. One of the favorite beach sports is volleyball, while the scuba diving here is extraordinary.
Enjoy Montgo National Park. On a clear day, you can see Ibiza from Montgo Mountain. Hikers will appreciate the impressive challenge of its peak while others can hike shorter distance trails or enjoy exotic bird watching.
Whether it is the Windmills over Javéa or a trip to the adorable cove of Granadella on the Cabo de la Nao headland south of Javéa or simply going down to the seafront to enjoy coffee and camaraderie, Javéa is peaceful and tranquil. Visit the port and watch the fishermen, with their many floats, lay out their beautifully colored nets to dry.
Very close to Moreira,(about 12 miles) it is the city of Calpe. Here too is a fascinating natural formation Penon de Ifach. Having once served as a landmark for mariners, with its lofty height of 332m, it was then used as a watchtower, providing a superb vantage point to spot approaching pirates and invaders.
Houses With A View
Driving along the coastline, located atop the small mountains and hills, you will see some beautiful residential areas. These stunning homes are rich in Mediterranean architecture and have spectacular ocean views. While many of these homes have been purchased or are rented by expats, from other countries across Europe, as well as people who spends their winters in one of the most beautiful places on earth, Javéa, many of them are also available for let when not occupied by the owners.