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Highlights in Jávea
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- Old town
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The underrated coastal town of Jávea is situated in the Alicante province of Spain along the Costa Blanca (White Coast). The town boasts clear turquoise waters, swimmable beaches, and a vast number of historic attractions. It’s a haven for nature lovers with its rugged mountains, isolated beaches, and many walking trails. The town offers extensive tourist facilities and public beaches lined with shops and restaurants. It’s an ideal holiday destination for families, couples, and groups of friends seeking a lesser known coastal gem in Southern Spain.A slice of paradise in Jávea
Treat yourself to your dream holiday rental on the idyllic Mediterranean coast in Jávea. Here you will find an endless array of dreamy holiday rentals with a variety of custom features. Opt for a holiday rental surrounded by palm trees and a garden where you can enjoy plenty of privacy in nature. Stay in a holiday rental along the coast with a private balcony and stunning views of the Mediterranean Sea. Splash around in your own private pool and sunbathe on your private sun deck in a lounger. Many of the holiday rentals in Jávea are just steps away from the ocean, offering access to the beach whenever you fancy. Families can opt for oversized holiday rentals, with some accommodations designed to comfortably sleep up to 12 people. Couples can stay in cosy, intimate lettings complete with a hot tub and sauna. Enjoy all the modern amenities you’ll need to feel comfortable throughout your holiday here, such as Wi-Fi, air-conditioning, and a fully functioning kitchen. With so many excellent holiday rentals to choose from, you’ll be sure to find one suited perfectly to your preferences in Jávea.
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The area and getting around
If you’ll be arriving by aeroplane, the nearest airport to Jávea is Alicante Airport, which is around 100 km away. It takes around an hour by private car or taxi to reach Jávea from the airport. Alternatively, you can use a public bus or a shuttle to reach Jávea from the airport. The major city of Valencia is 111 kilometres away from Jávea, which is roughly a 2-hour bus ride or a 1-hour drive in a car.Getting around Jávea
Walking is the best way to see and explore the many gems of Jávea. The town is small and nearly all the main attractions are walkable, particularly for experienced walkers. It is highly recommended to explore the Old Town and the stunning coastline on foot while enjoying the fresh air and spectacular scenery. If you prefer not to walk, you can use a taxi or a public bus to get around the town.
Travellers and activities
Jávea boasts a nice selection of art galleries for travellers who are curious about the local artists and artworks. Browse the gallery at Isabel Bilbao Galeria de Arte where you’ll find an array of stunning paintings, sculptures, and other mediums which reflect the vibrant Mediterranean culture here. The majority of works here can be purchased, so if you fall in love with a piece, you can bring it back home with you. Afterwards, browse the collection at La Casa Del Cable Espai D’art. This impressive art museum is situated on the seaside nearby a variety of local restaurants and bars. The exhibitions here rotate every few months and include a range of mediums including photography, craft works, paintings, and drawings. Entry is free.Jávea for food lovers
Eat like a local in Jávea. Here you will find an eclectic mix of international cuisines, as well as some traditional local favourites. Treat yourself to a Mediterranean feast at Pòsit, where you can enjoy several authentic regional dishes. Order paella, seafood, and fish, and ask about the daily speciality.
Jávea is also known as Xabia, and the two names are interchangeable. Jávea is the generic Spanish name of the town while Xabia is the same name using the local Valencian dialect.
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Wander along the charming streets in the historic Old Town centre of Jávea and be transported back to Medieval times, which is when this part of the town was first built. Here you’ll find quaint streets lined with white facades, arched windows and doorways, gothic design features, and buildings crafted from sandstone. Many of the town’s significant historic attractions can be found here. Visit the Iglesia de San Bartolome, Mercado Municipal de Abastos, and the city hall “ayuntamiento.” The old town district is walkable and its many historic remnants are best discovered on foot.2. Visit the picturesque shores of Granadella
This hidden gem of a beach boasts spectacular views of rugged cliffs and untouched coastline. The water here is a dazzling shade of turquoise blue and offers a refreshing escape from the hot summer sun. Spend the day here swimming, sunbathing, and strolling along the shoreline. This is a pebble beach, so it’s best to wear water shoes.3. Enjoy nature walks and scenic views at Cape San Antonio Spain
Cape San Antonio Spain is a cape and nature reserve just north of the town. From here you can enjoy stunning views of the Costa Blanca and the town of Jávea. There is a walking path here, and you can spend some time exploring the cape area on foot. Walk until you reach the picturesque lighthouse. Be sure to bring plenty of water and proper footwear.4. Learn about the history of Jávea at Museu Arqueologic y Etnologic Soler Blasco
Pop by the Museu Arqueologic y Etnologic Soler Blasco to learn all about the local history of the region. You’ll find an impressive number of artefacts and displays here, as well as informational plaques and fine exhibits detailing substantial historical and archaeological information about the region. Entry is free.5. Spend the day on the main public beach
Conveniently located in the centre of the town, Jávea Playa is the main public beach and is wildly popular among locals and visitors alike. The clean beach boasts extra wide shores, so it never seems crowded even when it is busy. Spend the day here swimming and sunbathing. It’s an excellent beach for families with young children and dogs are welcome here too. There is a lovely promenade alongside the beach which is lined with numerous bars, restaurants, and shops.
FAQs: Holiday Rentals & Lettings in Jávea
What was the average price for a holiday rental in Jávea last year?
Jávea has an average price of £147 per night, which is a relatively high one for a city in Spain.
When can you get the best deals on holiday rentals in Jávea?
If you would like to get the most out of your money, the most budget-friendly months to visit Jávea are November (£122 per night for accommodation, on average), February (£124), and January (£125).
When does the price of holiday rentals in Jávea go up the most?
Last year, the month that had the highest annual average in Jávea was August, with an average price of £211 per night. This was followed by July, with an average of £203, and September, with £157.
Is Jávea a good location for a last-minute getaway?
We recommend you to book in advance in Jávea as only 42% of the accommodations are available, following the data observed last year.
When are more holiday lettings available?
The best months to find free accommodation in Jávea are May (the average amount of properties that are available reached 67%), April (65%), and June (50%).
During which months are there fewer rentals available in Jávea?
The months with the lowest properties available in Jávea are, in order, August, July and February, with respective average availability figures of 8%, 24%, and 34%, based on data collected from last year.
Are there many holiday lettings in Jávea?
In Jávea we offer you an extensive catalogue of around 3,200 properties, with options to suit everyone, thanks to our 56 local and international partners.