Javea can be found within the North East regions of Spains province of Alicante and is known as Xábia by the large majority of its inhabitants. This beautiful town overlooks the Mediterranean Sea and has a stunning backdrop which has been created by the Montgó Massif. The area has an excellent road network which allows you to access many other stunning parts of Spain and is only an hours drive from the airport. This is one of the main reasons that many of the villas in the Costa Blanca have British, German and Dutch owners.
There are in fact more than 12,000 British people living in Javea either permanently or during the holiday season. Javea is extremely popular among Brittish holiday makers and settlers alike. The beaches of Javea have a great deal to offer other than just sun bathing. Visit the port of Xábia, the excellent Marine Reserve or try your hand at scuba diving. There are loads of trekking routes that you can try and if that builds up your appetite, you will be pleased to hear there is a broad selection of excellent restaurants to try throughout the area. The scenic region can be explored from the route leaving from your Javea villas accommodation.
If you are interested in visiting our beautiful villas or apartments for your Costa Blanca holidays this year, make sure to have a look through some of the superb offers that we have available now. Each villa that we have access to has between 2 and 5 rooms but we can cater for bookings of larger groups if it is required. Our selection of Javea villas are all well equipped and maintained to high standards. With more than 30 years experience of the surrounding area, our small family run business has unparalleled knowledge of the area that will help you to book the perfect break and accommodation for you and your friends/family.
When in Javea there are many local attractions, from the weekly and daily markets to the stunning beaches and the many various galleries and exhibition halls. Along with the already mentioned, Javea also has many beautiful sites, such as Cap de la Nau and Cap de Sant Antoni. In 1993, Cap de Sant Antoni was actually made into a nature reserve.
When you are eating out in Javea there are many restaurants to choose from, no matter what kind of food you are searching for you can expect to find just what you require. From traditional Spanish dishes to Indian and regular European plates you can find it all when visiting Javea. One of the highest rated restaurants within the whole of Javea is Iberia Gastrobar, serving Mediterranean, Spanish and Tapas and all at the very best prices.
The Spanish system for education is split into three parts, pre school which is aged from 3 to 6, primaria aged from 6 -12 and secondaria which teaches children from 12 – 16/18. The large majority of these are mainly non fee paying and local to the people living there. When in Pre-school, children spend the large amount of time building vocabulary and sounds, these skills are then used as a basis for reading once they enter primaria.
When in Javea there are many Emergency & Late Night Chemists to choose from, in fact there are 13 all together, all providing the very best care and aiming to provide you with the treatment needed, should you suffer any kind of accident. In fact in our opinion, the national health system within Spain is one of the very best and a large amount of people in the country highly praise the healthcare and medical facilities which are available.
Javea was first found and inhabited 30,000 years ago by cave dwellers and residents since have included Stone and Bronze-age peoples, Romans, Greeks, Phoenicians, Visigoths, Germanic, Carthaginians, and Moors. The port in Javea was used by roman fishing boats, and there has been evidence found to suggest that the Romans occupied the area from the 2nd century BC. This makes Javea the oldest known Roman site on the coast which offers a commercial port for both fish and minerals.