Are you thinking of going on holidays to take advantage of the last tails of summer? Javea, in the province of Alicante, can be an interesting destination for you if you want to go camping or relax in the sun and take a refreshing bath.
In fact, it has some of the best beaches and coves on the Costa Blanca, stretching along some 20 kilometres of coastline, offering you a wide range of landscapes, as well as services and amenities.
The beaches of Javea, authentic paradises on Alicante’s Costa Blanca
Impressive cliffs, viewpoints, crystal clear water, fine sand… A luxury at your fingertips.
– Playa La Grava: next to the marina near Duanes de la Mar, an old fishing district. Awarded with blue flag, you have the possibility to walk or have a drink by its promenade.
– Playa del Arenal: this is the largest beach and one of the few with sandy soil. It is in the middle of the bay and also has a blue flag. You can do water sports and offers views of the Montgó Mountain.
– Cala Blanca: many people will snorkel in this cove full of pebbles and white rocks. It has a length of about 300 meters and is formed by two more coves, Caleta I and II.
– Cala Sardinera: on the north side of Cap Prim and Sant Martí, it is ideal for snorkelling and swimming.
– Cala Barraca or Portitxol: between Cap Prim and Cap Negre, it is also ideal for water sports.
– Cala Ambolo: located before Cabo de la Nao, it is one of the best nudist beaches in Javea.
Other equally attractive for camping or any activity are cala La Granadella, Caleta del Francés, Benissero beach or Primer Muntanyar, Segon Muntanyar, El Ministro, Pope beach or Tangó … Javea has a lot to offer you.