Xàbia is situated between two points, the “La Nao” Cape and the “San Antonio” Cape. In all its extension and in each one of its three environments: the villa, the port and the sandy area, the population maintains a balance between the important traces of the civilisations that chose the area for a settlement, and the modernity of a contemporary tourist destination. In the old town are narrow streets of whitewashed houses with windows, stone doorways and balconies. The littoral is made up of, beaches, coves and select housing estates, joined together by a string of viewing-points.
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.
The first-ever Gall Festival will feature live music by Bicho Malo, Diàspora, Miguelinchi López, La Tribu29, Mario Palma and more. Hosted by La Veleta, it will highlight all kinds of music, including flamenco, fusion, jazz, rock and even Spanish rap. Perfect for the whole family, there will be special areas to eat and drink and even a designated children’s area.
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If you are in the mood for a getaway that will immerse you in the Mediterranean Sea, Buceo Pelicar has got just the thing for you. This experience includes two nights’ accommodation plus four diving sessions in the beautiful coves lining the Jávea coastline. As you head below the surface, you will see all sorts of wonderful wildlife, such as groupers, moray eels, seabass, dentex and a wide range of invertebrates. An incredible opportunity to explore the bottom of the sea. What are you waiting for?
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