Jávea or "Xabia"The picturesque village of Jávea is located between Cap San Antonio and Cap de la Nao in the northern part of the Costa Blanca. At the foot of the dominating mountain Montgó, embedded in the typical mediterranean landscape, this place is one of the most popular holiday resorts of the region. Jávea is located about 90 km north of Alicante and about 100 km south of Valencia.
In total, Jávea covers an area of 68 km2 and has about 28,000 € inhabitants.
The town began attracting Northern Europeans more than 30 years ago and many of the former visitors have bought their own apartments and houses here. Jávea is a very attractive destination that has an incredible amount to offer visitors.
You will find some of the most beautiful golden beaches and coves in Spain, an incredibly healthy Mediterranean microclimate and of course numerous restaurants and tapas bars to indulge your palate.
Jávea also offers many regional and inland wines and Mistela, a delicious sweet wine.
Due to its unique location, the climate of Jávea is one of the best in the world. With few exceptions, neither very high nor very low temperatures are measured. Even in January the average daytime temperature is still 16 degrees Celsius. The water temperature of the mediterranean sea is a pleasant 25 degrees in summer. Two to four rainy days per month are the average, but dry periods of 10 to 12 weeks are not uncommon.
In addition, strict planning regulations prevent the construction of high-rise buildings and enormously curb the further development of completely new residential areas, which also contributes to the popularity.