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Jávea; the safest coastal town in Alicante

After Mayor José Chulvi met with those in charge of the security of the coastal town of Jávea (the Policía Autonómica, the Policía Local and the Guardia Civil) in the last Junta de Seguridad Ciudadana assembly held in Jávea town council, crime and security statistics were released which are amongst some of the lowest in the Province of Alicante and...

Monday, December 16th, 2013

Jávea showcases its tourism potential at big promotional events

The start of the New Year brings encouraging news for residents and business owners on the Costa Blanca as the schedule for Jávea to be exhibited at several major promotional events is approved. The municipality will be showcased at a number of international tourism fairs in Spain such as Fitur, Russia, Norway, Sweden and the Netherlands, which wil...

Friday, January 18th, 2013

Guided tours through ancient Dénia

It is the coastline that attracts most visitors to Dénia; 20 kilometres of rocky outcrops and hidden coves, beautiful sandy beaches and the bright blue sea. Many visitors frequent this scenic coastline or venture up to the Montgó Natural Park and admire the dramatic views from the summit, but few appreciate the fascinating history of Dénia, or take...

Wednesday, October 3rd, 2012

Jávea’s La Granadella beach voted the best in Spain

A recent poll conducted by Spanish TV channel, Antena 3, has revealed that Spain’s favourite beach is La Granadella, which will come as no surprise to locals who have long enjoyed its secluded location and microclimate with higher temperatures than in the surrounding areas. Conducted largely via the popular medium of Facebook, La Granadella gained ...

Friday, September 14th, 2012

Benissa: one of the Costa Blanca’s hidden secrets

Situated a few kilometres inland from Jávea and roughly 70 kilometres north of Alicante, the small town of Benissa is one of the Costa Blanca’s oldest, and its medieval centre has been meticulously maintained. Visitors tend to flock to the attractive Palacio de Torres-Orduña, which now acts as the town’s cultural centre and library.

Thursday, June 7th, 2012