Get to know Jávea and the Costa Blanca

La Costa Blanca

The Costa Blanca is formed by centuries-old towns like Jávea that make up beautiful coastal towns that constitute the essence of the Mediterranean and characterize the area. In addition, the Costa Blanca also has inland towns whose traditions coexist with modern populations and all possible amenities. Dénia, Jávea, Pilar de la Horadada among other are cities with centuries of history that have managed to preserve a charm that never fails to impress visitors.

La Costa Blanca

The cultural offer in Jávea and the Costa Blanca is very extensive and each of the cities offers important monuments of great interest for tourists. There are numerous prehistoric cave paintings of which significant pieces of the Lady of Elche and the Treasure of Villena have been extracted. On the Costa Blanca it is also possible to walk a route to the towering castles of Sax, Petrer, Alicante and Dénia. In addition, many museums and other buildings that show the archaeology of the area and can be visited along the whole of the Costa Blanca.

La Costa Blanca

The Costa Blanca is an authentic paradise for golf lovers and has been converted into an important reference point thanks to the climate of the area and its nearly 300 days of sunshine a year.

Over 15 golf courses available on the Costa Blanca are close to major tourist areas and have all necessary facilities. Its location is perfect, being accessible by road from major airports such l’Altet in Alicante. Severiando Ballesteros and other international golfers have participated in the design of golf courses which currently account for nearly one million visitors in the province. Attached to golf clubs, visitors will find quality hotels and complementary offering that are sure to impress.

La Costa Blanca

Gastronomy is one of the main claims of the Costa Blanca. Its Moorish past and Mediterranean agricultural tradition bring to this day authentic luxury to the palate of the discerning tourist.

Rice is presented as the star of the kitchen on the Costa Blanca. With it they elaborate famous paellas, risotto, rice with beans and turnips, sweet rice and baked rice among others. The main recipes come from the ancient mariners who embarked on long fishing trips and from whom we have inherited appetizers such as tuna and mackerel.

But, without a doubt, the best way to accompany the dishes prepared in Jávea and the rest of the Costa Blanca is by tasting our wines from the best appellations of origin. If we talk about the most important sweet wines, we can name muscatel and white wines of the region, which bind strong senior reds and digestive liqueurs such coffee liqueurs of Alcoy or the Anise liqueur from the area.

The famous nougat candy (turron) or handmade ice cream from the Jijona area also deserve a mention, as well as donuts, sweet potato pies and other desserts of Arab origin.

La Costa Blanca

Currently all outdoor sports have proliferates such as climbing or hiking or more risky activities such as bungee jumping and canyoning. In Jávea and the rest of the Costa Blanca different trekking routes have been marked out to connect you to sites such as the imposing Montgó Natural park which sits majestically off our coast.

The possibilities for active tourism or outdoor activities are limitless, enabling us to enjoy natural outdoor spaces that will be recorded on our minds forever. You can also enjoy scuba diving, sailing and windsurfing and get in contact with an environment such as ours that offers both sea and mountains. If, however, your focus is on the sky, there are ultra-light glider clubs which are always ready to accompany visitors on spectacular jumps.

La Costa Blanca

To speak of the Costa Blanca is to speak of one of the main tourist destinations in the Mediterranean. Its warm climate has a mean annual temperature of 18ºC and one of its greatest attractions is undoubtedly the beaches and coves found along its 220km of coastline which have been awarded Blue Flags which ensure quality and appeal to all visitors.

If we turn our view to the North of the Costa Blanca you will find towering cliffs along which there are beautiful beaches in towns such as Jávea, Dénia, Poble Nou de Benitachell and Benissa. Also in the South of the Costa Blanca there are fine sand beaches such as in Benidorm, in the Levante as well as the Poniente areas. These attractions along with other wetlands, ponds or sand dunes, provide added value to a region increasingly popular on a tourist level.

La Costa Blanca

The Costa Blanca is much more than sun and beaches. Its landscape is characterized by a smooth coast joined to mountains such as the Montgó a short distance from the coast. There are many natural parks and mountain ranges among which are the Peñón de Ifach in Calpe or the Mariola mountains in Alcoy in addition to the impressive Montgó Natural Park.

On the other hand, the Tabarca Island off the coast of Santa Pola, displaying is wealth in terms of fauna and sea life. Another marine reserve can be found at the Cap de San Antonio, situated between the coastal towns of Dénia and Jávea and is very popular among divers and other natural sports enthusiasts, who are also attracted to the incredible formations such as the Canelobre Cave in Busot or the Rull Cave in Vall d’Ebo.

La Costa Blanca

The Costa Blanca is linked to a strong maritime tradition. Its beaches, coves and cliffs, coupled with its great climate, permit water sports during virtually all four seasons and a great attraction for lovers of the sea. The range of water sports on the Costa Blanca is spectacular due to its marinas and sports ports, with sailing and diving being the most popular sports throughout the Mediterranean Coast, which are added to activities such as water skiing, catamaran rental, pleasure cruises, rowing, canoeing, surfing etc…