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Javea is a town situated on the Northern Costa Blanca. Javea has three distinctive areas, the Old Town, the Port and the Arenal but also extends out into the picturesque areas of San Antonio and Cabo de Nao. It has a rugged coastline with both secluded coves and long sandy beaches. Javea's coastline also has a string of caves which can be accessed by boat. These coves and caves were historically used by pirates and smugglers during the middle ages but are now explored and enjoyed by holidaymakers. In contrast, the Mongo Mountains provide a stunning backs. There is something for everyone in Javea and that is part of its charm. 
 
The Arenal
The Arenal has a long sandy blue flag beach and is backed by a promenade lined with palm trees. It is surrounded by a variety of restaurants, bars and shops. During summer evenings you will find a variety of stalls along the promenade selling handmade crafts. The Arenal is popular with families as it is a sheltered bay where the water is shallow and calm.
 
The Port of Javea
The port has character and charm with a real Spanish atmosphere. It has many great shops, restaurants and pavement cafes overlooking the sea. The pebbly beach is a great place to watch the traditional fishermen land their catches or you can sit in a pavement cafe and watch the sailing boats setting off.
 
Javea Old Town
The Old Town is set back from the coast and is well worth a visit with its narrow streets, historical church and museum which tells the history of the coast through the ages. There is a small daily market selling local fresh fish, fruit and vegetables and a large market on Thursdays where you can buy local fresh produce. You'll find some great tapas bars in the old town where you can get traditional food at very reasonable prices.

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