Not only the sea and the beach are the attractions of Javea, a municipality of Alicante in the heart of the Costa Blanca. In addition to leisure and relaxation tourism, you have the possibility of opting for other alternatives such as outdoor activities.
One of the most popular activities in the area is hiking, mainly because in the town and its surroundings there are numerous routes full of cliffs with spectacular views, lush vegetation and dreamy landscapes.
Hiking in Jávea: the best routes
Jump into the action with these routes that run through the Jávea Network of Natural Spaces. The five trails we are going to propose you for your future getaway are perfectly signposted, so you can complete them on your own, even if you are accompanied by children or elderly people.
It begins at the Levante dam next to the Nautical Club and its route runs through the Montgó Natural Park. It arrives at the Mirador del Cap de Sant Antoni and passes through the Torre de Gerro. It is an ascending route of about 7 hours.
Its difficulty is medium and its duration is about 4 hours and a half. It begins in the car park of the cove that bears the same name and reaches the Castle of Granadella, a defensive fortification of the eighteenth century.