Discover The Best of Javea using our guides to local Beaches, Markets and Places to Visit in Javea, Costa Blanca, Spain.
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.
Come and visit the weekly Art & Handicraft Market every Saturday and Sunday from 11:00 to 14:00 on the Promenade at Javea Port, and see a great choice of handmade products for sale.
WALKING IN JAVEA - WALKING IN MORAIRA RUTA DE LOS ACANTILADOS - The Route of the Cliffs - is a short 4km round trail off the coastline of Benitachell that leads from Cala Moraig to Cala Llebeig and back. Cala Llebeig can only be reached on foot (or sea). The walk offers magnificent, panoramic views of the coastline and mediterranean vegetation. There are some ancient caves from fishermen you can visit.
The Antiques Fair in Javea takes place in Xàbia Historic Centre (Javea Old Town) on several Sundays across the year. The market is held in Plaza Eglésia (Church Square) from 09:30 - 14:00.
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
Cap de la Nau (or Cabo de la Nao) literally means 'Cape of the Ship' in Spanish. It is a headland located in the southernmost point of Javea municipality.
Javea Port is well worth a visit. It boasts many shops, restaurants, (tapas) bars and the pretty La Grava beach alongside the promenade lined with lovely palm trees in a relaxed atmosphere.
The Cape San Antonio is a breathtaking headland between Montgó mountain and the sea which was declared a nature reserve in 1993.