El Arenal is a safe and sandy beach backed with palm trees. The water is shallow and calm, making it perfect for children. Lifeguards and the Red Cross first aid volunteers man the beach during the summer months. The beach is well cared for by the local council so is always spotlessly clean.
There are lots of activities available on the beach such as pedaloes, water rafts, climbing frames, volleyball nets and play centres for children up to 8 years of age.
La Grava Beach is located at Javea Port and is a thin shingle beach with beautiful clear waters. The Beach is backed by a variety of cafes, restaurants and shops.
Cala Blanca (also known as La Caleta Beach) is a small, quiet beach surrounded by white cliffs know as the white rockies. This beach is one to visit if you enjoy exploring rock pools as it has an intricate layout of them.
La Barraca o Portitxol is a pebble cove from which you have the stunning view of the Isle of Portitxol. This spot is popular for snorkling and paddling due to the shallow water.
Ambolo is another picturesque pebble cove that is quiet and used by naturists.
La Granadella is a beautiful pebble cove. A few restaurants overlook the beach which is very popular for scuba diving.
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