Jávea, the fashionable enclave on the Costa Blanca
The Costa Blanca, which forms the coastline of the Province of Alicante, in which Javea has a privileged location, is a lot more than just a tourist destination as it also provides perfect living conditions: beautiful orography, large variety of services and exceptional temperatures with a yearly average ranging between 18 to 24 degrees. Its magnificent beaches complemented by turquoise waters, fantastic communication network, modern infrastructures, universities, museums, business centres, transport as well as many other services that make this enclave an outstanding area on the Mediterranean.
105km south of Valencia and 90km north of Alicante, you can find the lovely coastal town of Jávea. By car, one will pass by the towering gaze of the Montgó mountain range, and nature reserve (since 1987). On its hillsides, the founders of the company developed the prestigious Rimontgó housing development, thus giving our company its name, and which represents the values on which in 1959 we began our venture: solidarity, experience and profound knowledge of both the sector and the area.
Jávea offers several beach areas such as El Arenal, Portixol and la Cala Sardinera, which allows you to both bathe in the small coves, and also practice water sports like diving, recreational fishing, paddle-boarding, canoeing, water-skiing, windsurfing or sailing. Javea also provides other open-air leisure offers: golf (Javea Golf Club and La Sella Golf Club), sailing courses in the Nautical Club, horse-riding, basketball, tennis, football, trekking and rock climbing on the Montgó, etc.
The delicious gastronomy in the area is another one of its main attractions. Jávea offers a wide variety of restaurants where you can enjoy the local dishes like paella, arròs amb fessols i naps (rice with beans and turnips), arroz a la marinera, cruet of peix (fish stew), salted meats of different types or the traditional coques (savoury pies with vegetables that sometimes include salted meats or cold meats).
The old quarter is dominated by the church fort of San Bartholomew. With a Gothic style, it the stage of many classical music concerts throughout the year. Close by, there is the local market, the town council and the Archaeological and Ethnographic Museum “Soler Blasco”, situated in a Renaissance palace.
Jávea is a great place to visit all year round, and is a place where you can always find local celebrations: San Sebastian in January; the celebrations in honour of Jesus of Nazareth before and after Easter; the bonfires of San Juan in June; Moors and Christians in July and the celebrations in honour of the Virgin of Loreto in September.