Discover what to see in Xàbia/Jávea

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Xàbia/Jávea is a destination that will win your heart from the moment you arrive. Paradise beaches and coves, a beautiful centre and delicious cuisine are just waiting to be enjoyed.


Sitting in the shadow of El Montgó, Xàbia/Jávea has long been delighting locals and visitors alike with its beautiful views, endless sunlight and vibrant colours. Keep reading to discover how to spend your time in this seaside town and be inspired to come for a visit.  

What to see in Xàbia/Jávea

The coves along the Xàbia/Jávea stretch of the coastline are veritable treasures of the Mediterranean. El Arenal is an ideal choice if you’re looking for services and a beach close to the town, whereas if you’re on the hunt for something a little bit wilder, don’t miss El Portixol cove, which offers a full day out spent discovering the little islet and photographing its blue doors, as many have before. 

And there are plenty more coves for you to explore: Sardinera, Granadella, El Tangó next to the port, El Francés, El Ministro and De Ambolo. Defined by their clear waters and beautiful cliffs and rocks, the Xàbia/Jávea coastline is a paradise for lovers of diving. 

The centre of Xàbia/Jávea is just as enchanting as its beaches so make sure you leave ample time to wander idly around. There are a couple of walks you can take, such as that up to Les Pesqueres viewing point as well as a route that will lead you to all the viewing points in the town as well as monuments such as Acequia de la Noria

Walking to Cova Tallada de Xàbia/Jávea is another unique experience. And if you’re in the mood for a party, we recommend visiting the destination during its Moros y Cristianos festival and Hogueras de San Juan

Xàbia/Jávea also has a large number of restaurants where you can have a bite to eat, savouring a wide selection of dishes such as classics from the area including pulpo seco (dried octopus), arroces marineros (rice with seafood), gamba roja (red shrimp) and guisos de pescado (fish stews). 

So what are you waiting for? Grab your sandals and your snorkel and get ready to experience the very best of the Mediterranean. ​​​​​​​


How to get here:

From the A-7 is advisable to take the exit marked Benissa, or the N-332, which crosses Gata de Gorgos following the signpost, after 6 kilometres, it also leads to Jávea.


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