Jávea is in vogue, thus appreciating year after year; its coves, beaches, mountains, leisure areas, streets, and terraces make it a well-established city with its own unique style.

The significant influx of tourists stimulates the local economy. The Valencia and Alicante AVE stations and airports ensure convenient access.

It’s a city with a year-round vibrant atmosphere, featuring shops, restaurants, taverns, and bars that remain open all year.

The Montgó (753m) and its large bay, sheltered by the capes of San Antonio and Prim, allow for enjoying an excellent temperature, averaging around 20°C throughout the year. The average relative humidity is 67%, while in Alicante, it’s 72%. This exceptional climate ensures success.

Its 25 kilometers of coastline boast the greatest variety of beaches and coves along the entire Costa Blanca, making it ideal for experiencing the Mediterranean and water sports. Particularly notable are the El Arenal, La Grava, and Montañar beaches. Additionally, there are coves of exceptional beauty: La Granadella, Cala del Francés, La Caleta, Portixol, Sardinera, Barraca, Ambolo, Moraig, etc.