Beautiful and comfortable villa with private pool in Javea, on the Costa Blanca, Spain for 6 persons. The villa is situated in a residential beach area, close to restaurants and bars and at 3 km from El Arenal, Javea beach. The villa has 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. The accommodation offers privacy, a beautiful lawned garden with gravel and trees, a beautiful pool and beautiful views of the bay, the sea, the valley and the mountains. The vicinity of the beach, places to shop, sports activities, places to go out, sights and culture makes this a fine villa to celebrate your holidays with family or friends and even your pets.
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Please note that for this accommodation a security deposit of € 500,00 is required. For more information please see our Rental Conditions.
Official accommodation identification number: AT-426872-A
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As a rule, with the exception of the high season, you can arrive and depart on any day of the week. The check-in time is from 16.00 hrs and the check-out time is before 09.30 hrs in the morning. The facilities and equipment of the accommodations are for the maximum number of persons indicated. It is not allowed to occupy the accommodation with more than the maximum number of persons indicated.
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costa blanca - spain
Javea or Xabia in Valencian, is a beautiful coastal town on the Costa
Blanca in Spain and an ideal holiday destination in the Comunidad
Valenciana, in the north of the province of Alicante. It is the most
eastern village of the region La Marina Alta.
Enjoy the Mediterranean culture in this convenient location on the
coast, surrounded by beaches, people, culture, festivals and gastronomy.
Javea is attractive for families or couples, for going on holiday with
your family or friends, Xàbia offers many possibilities for tourists
young and old. A day out, playing sports or just relax on the beach or
at the pool of your holiday home, apartment or holiday villa.
Javea, with a surface of 68,4 km and surrounded by beaches and
mountains, is enfolded by the foothills of the "Las Planas" and the cape
"Cap de Sant Antoni" in the north with an altitude of 167m above sea
level, in the northeast is the Montgo mountain with 753 m altitude, in
the east lies the broad valley of the rio Gorgos that traverses the area
from east to west and in the south the mountains of Granadella
extending in a platform of 200m height and cape "Cap de la Nao". In 2011 Jávea had 32.469 inhabitants.
Xàbia exists of 3 parts; the historical centre, the harbour and El
Arenal, the different urbanizations are located around those areas.
The old town centre is the part of Javea that maintained until today its typical spanish caracter with its narrow streets, whitewashed houses, arched doorways, stained glass windows, wrought iron railings "rejas" and stone balconies.
The harbour of Javea, which found its origin in the fifteenth century and grew in the centuries after with its peak in the nineteenth century with the export of raisins, is now a fishing port and the arrival of the boats and the traditional auction have become a tourist attraction. The residential area surrounding the port has a strong sailors character with old fishermen's houses and narrow streets.
the Arenal beach, is located in the middle of the bay of Javea and the main tourist attraction and undoubtedly the most famous beach for its fine sand and shallow water. The promenade offers nice shops, restaurants and bars, both day and night you can go here for a drink and a bite.
The climate in Javea, as in the rest of the Costa Blanca, is a moderate to mild climate throughout the year. The Montgo protects Xabia against the cold in winter and the breezes from the east from the sea make the heat in the summer more pleasant.
The average annual temperature varies between 17 to 22 degrees, with an average temperature of 12 degrees in January to an average temperature of 26 degrees in July and August.
Javea is very green, although it does not rain so often, Xabia has lots of water underground. For this reason it is thought that one of the possible explanations of its name comes from the Arabic word "Xabiga" which is a kind of well or water reservoir, in combination with the large volumes that existed in this place.
Javea has a rich history, most likely due to its location at the coast, the climate and the valley, there have been many colonists and invaders who settled here over the centuries. The oldest evidence of human activity in the time of Javea is found in the cave of the Montgo, where some materials come from the Upper Paleolithic, about 16,000 years before our era.
In the history of Javea 7 main stages can be distinguished: the Iberian era, the Roman period, the Visigothic era, Islamic period, the Medieval period, the Modern period and the Contemporary. But the most important and relevant stages in the history of Javea / Xàbia are perhaps the Roman and Moorish times.
The coastline of Javea stretches over a length of 25km and offers a diverged landscape. The coastline itself consists mainly of rough cliffs, coves and bays with pebble beaches except for the Arenal, the sandy beach of Xàbia. These cliffs and bays with several caves are also beautiful when admired from the sea.
The mountainous areas are covered by stretched out pine forests and the flat part is very fertile, here are grown grapes, almonds, olives and oranges.
The landscape of Javea (and Denia) is characterized by the Montgo mountain, which can be seen for miles around and many say that from the Javea side it looks like an elephant with its head and trunk that extends to the sea. The Montgo is 753 meters high and consists of rocky formations, cliffs and caves and is home to some of the most unique flora and fauna in Spain. In 1987 the Montgo area is named a national park. It is possible to climb the mountain from different places, excursions are also offered with a guide.
On the other side of the mountain lies Denia, a Spanish fishing village blossomed into a tourist coastal town on the Costa Blanca. With its long sandy beaches, charming narrow streets with shops, restaurants and terraces, the main street Marqués del Campo, the fishing harbor and the new marina is well worth a visit during your stay in Javea.
Around Javea there are the spanish villages Jesus Pobre, Moraira, Gata de Gorgos and Pedreguer which all still maintained their typical Spanish character.
Who during his stay wants to visit the larger towns and cities can make a trip to Benidorm, Alicante or Valencia.
The 25km long coast of Xàbia offers a variety of beaches and bays that are known for their natural beauty, clear waters and Mediterranean woodland settings. We distinguish beaches of gravel, stones and rocks or sand, where all kinds of water sports can be practiced: jet ski, windsurfing, canoeing and kayaking, water skiing, paddle boats, sailing, fishing etc. The small bays and rocky coast provide ideal sites for diving and snorkeling. On most beaches in the summer sun beds and parasols can be rented.
The Arenal, located in the middle of the bay is the most famous and visited beach and the only sandy beach of Javea. Along the entire beach is a promenade with shops, bars and restaurants, making this beach so popular, and where you can go for a snack, drink or ice cream on a glorious day at the beach. Also on the Arenal beach various water sports can be practiced and you can play beach volley ball or hire a boat or paddle boat.
Besides the Arenal there are several pebble and rocky beaches as Pope - Tangó, La Grava, La Muntanyar and La Caleta. The crystal clear water and beautiful views make these beaches unique, also snorkeling offers some beautiful underwater views.
La Granadella is one of the most beautiful bays of Javea, with high cliffs on both sides this bay, consisting of pebbles, offers stunning views, crystal clear water, snorkeling possibilities and you can canoe along the impressive cliffs and caves. The Granadella beach is voted best beach of Spain in summer 2012. La Barraca - Portixol is a quiet bay and particularly popular with fishermen and the local population, the bay overlooks the island Portitxol.
When we talk about the beaches of Javea, we should not forget to mention the chiringuitos. These typical beach bars are open from about June to September and can be found among others between the port of Javea and the Arenal.
A drink at the sea front in one of these beach bars with a breeze from the sea gives you a real holiday feeling. Most bars also offer small snacks and also in evening you can enjoy here a drink or a cocktail.
Along this beautiful coastline Xabia looks out over the sea from its 15 miradores i.e. viewpoints. All are well marked so they are easy to find for the visitor. From north to south these are: Els Molins, Cap de Sant Antoni, Punta del Castell, Séquia de la Nòria, Cala Blanca, Caletes, Creu del Portitxol, L'Illa, Falzia, Cap Negre, Cap de la Nau, Pesqueres, Ambolo, Castell de la Granadella and Granadella. We definitely recommmend you to drive a route along these points during your stay in Javea.
Also for people that are looking for an active holiday Javea offers enough possibilities, tennis, golf, mountain biking, hiking, sailing, cycling are just some of them. Apart from the water sport activities mentioned earlier like jet skiing, windsurfing, canoeing and kayaking, water skiing, diving a paddle boat, sailing, fishing, snorkeling and scuba diving and beach activities such as beach volleyball are also hiking, cycling, mountain biking and mountaineering known in this region.
There can be distinguished several routes in the Montgo area, Reserva Marina, Ruta de Las Ermitas, Granadella, to the lighthouse or viewpoints, through the beautiful countryside and the valley.
Javea offers tennis courts, a riding club, sailing club, gyms, diving schools, cycling club, basketball and football, rifle club and a golf course.
There are several 9 and 18 hole golf courses in the Comunidad Valencia and the Costa Blanca and the climate in this region makes it ideal to play all year round.
Javea Golf Club is situated on the road from Javea to Benitachell. This 9-hole golf course was designed by Francisco Moreno and opened in 1981. Sheltered by the Cap San Antonio this golf course has a perfect microclimate all year round and it is located in a beautiful natural setting, surrounded by pine trees.
Nearby is the 27 hole La Sella golf course, designed by José María Olazábal in 1991 and internationally known for its excellent conditions to play all year round. There are three 9 hole courses that can be distinguished by 3 different colors and names of local winds by their geographical location;
On all three courses you can enjoy golfing in the pure nature.
Nice souvenir shops at the boulevard, small boutiques in the harbor and shops in the old town offer a day of shopping in Javea strolling along the beach or through the narrow streets.
Of course there is also a weekly market in Javea, this is held every Thursday in the village and you will find not only fruit and vegetables here but also textiles, shoes, bags, home, garden and kitchen items etc. even souvenirs can be found here.
Near Javea, in the nearby Ondara, is the shopping centre Portal de la Marina which apart from many shops also offers places to eat and a cinema.
For those who want to go for a day out, the closest cities Valencia and Alicante are a must. For a city trip or just a day of shopping while you can enjoy in the mean time these cities and the beautiful buildings, especially in the center of Valencia these can be admired.
The most remarkable building in the old town is without doubt the church of San Bartalomé, from the fourteenth to the sixteenth century, with extensions in the eighteenth century and nineteenth century. The main work fits in the Isabelline Gothic. The importance and significance made that it in 1931 this building was declared a National Artistic Monument.
Opposite the church is the current municipal covered market where you can find a wide variety of goods such as fruit, vegetables, fresh fish and meat. Formerly on this spot stood a monastery "Convento de las Agustinas Descalzas", it was destroyed during the Civil War (1936-39) to build a covered market but it was not until 1946 that this was actually realized.
The charm of the port area is emphasized by the church Iglesia de Nuestra Senora de Loreto (the Church of Our Lady of Loreto), opened in 1967. Known for its daring design of the lines and the conception of space and the shape of a ship.
Another interesting building in the harbor is the Casa del Cable (the house of the cable) in 1860, of which only the pillars of the "naia" are preserved. It housed the telegraph station which connected peninsula with Ibiza through an underwater cable. After renovation, the rooms are now used for exhibitions.
Built in the 14th and 15th centuries are named this way because of the era in which they were built, the Christian occupation. We distinguish the following in the are of Javea:
San Antonio, already gone, was on the cape that gave her the name (Cabo San Antonio). There are only the remains of a pavement of tiles.Pòpul (XIV-XV) situated on the Ctra. Jesús Pobre with paintings of Soler Blasco.San Juan (XV-XVI), became the old cemetery chapel in 1817.Santa Lucía y Sta. Bárbara (XIV-XV) is the most beautiful and representative. On the holiday of St. Llúcia December 13, the village climbs the hill in pilgrimage to the holy place.
The 18th century was an era marked by demographic and economic growth, in which wealthy families or small landowners built these shrines. They are simple and small in size.
Of the six chapels, two have disappeared and all are privately owned except Ermita del Santo Cristo del Calvario on the way to Denia. The original chapel was built in 1770 but the mid-19th century it was rebuilt and it became the current chapel, with a large facade, various geometric figures, the shape of a Greek cross and a dome covered with blue glazed tiles.
Includes a magnificent reproduction of the Iberian Treasury of Javea, including a diadem which appeared in a ceramic jar in Lluca. Also, samples of the Roman and medieval pottery are displayed. Besides the eight rooms, two halls are for temporary exhibitions.
Impressive processions, bull run and traditional costume characterize the celebrations of Javea which more than once end with beautiful fireworks. The most important holidays on the calendar of Javea are:
The holiday homes and villas are located in residential neighborhoods and residential areas, there are: