Top Attractions in Javea
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- Lovely place full of restaurants bars and shops, right above the beach which has play parks on so when your having a drink you can see out the the View and watch my kids play.
In the summer months there are lovely stalls we brought bracelets and my daughters got hair braidsWritten August 27, 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- This is a lovely beach area in Javea. Great spot for snorkelling and kayaking or just sitting on the pebble beaches. In a very short kayak distance you have some secluded bays and caves to explore some of which have featured in recent blockbuster films.
During the summer it can get busy, try to park after 1000 and you might struggle to find any car parking and the local council has been taking measures to stop illegal parking.Written July 19, 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- A good place to visit, with a very nice view. Worth to see if you are nearby. Just take some other with you.Written September 23, 2020This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- The Cabo Antonio is a must in the region of Javea. The acess by car is good, although we had to walk during the last kilometer because of roadworks. The view is really amazing especially when the weather is good.Written August 28, 2022
- Always great beach to visit,plenty going on and all the bars and restaurants back to full swing after the previous gales.Written December 16, 2022
- An absolute amazing buiding its real art! Never seen a church like this! Its in the Port in Javea behind the tall buildings and there is parking very close.Written January 27, 2023
- The name is "La Barraca" for the local people.
Rural cove with gravel, boulders and pebbles between Cap Prim and Cap Negre.
It can be accessed by car from the “Cabo de la Nao” road and on foot from the scenic viewpoint: “Mirador de la Cruz del Portitxol”.
In front of this cove, there is the Portitxol Island (300 m) with major botanical and archaeological interest. It is highly recommended for scuba diving.Written August 21, 2020
- This place is just wow. Eye catching views and a huge cave with a lot of history. This place is a must to me when ever i come to Javea or DeniaWritten August 12, 2021
- Easy to park and short walk to a breathtaking view. Great for Instagram selfie photos 😂😂 we went with a 11 year old and a 7 year old and it was an easy walk for them.Written March 10, 2020
- Views of the "Illa del Portitxol", Portitxol Island, and natural beach "Els Pallers".
From here you can take a walk and visit the beach.Written August 21, 2020
- I live here looking at this fabulous view and I can honestly say I never get bored of it
It’s my happy placeWritten November 15, 2018
- Lovely day spent on this very pretty beach, great snorkelling, plenty of fish, the walk down to the beach is fine, the walk back up to main streets where we had to park (as road down to beach closed off to residents only) was an awful up hill trek in boiling sunshine, really steep, take some oxygen lol. Otherwise it's worth the effort, especially when road down to beach isn't closedWritten July 23, 2018
- We went for sunday lunch - just a snack really. You must book as it's packed later in the afternoon. Food good - very tapasy and setting lovely. Great staff, reasonable priceWritten September 15, 2021
- My favourite place along the Javea coastline. It doesn't take long to walk until the very end of the promontory, though the path is a little rocky, but it is SO worth it for the amazing views. Make sure you go early in the morning, though, or out of season, otherwise the sun can get very hot. Cala Sardinera is also worth a visit, if you don't mind steep rocky paths and if you love rocky beaches with crystal-clear waters and lots of fish (for snorkelling purposes, not fishing) and posidonia sea grass. Nature at its very best.Written November 9, 2019
- This gem is located in the heart of the old town. We went for an hour, spent several. Guide cards written in both English and French help to interpret various rooms and display cases.Written February 18, 2018
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