Javea has everything you need for a perfect European get-away–a divine climate, crystal-clear waters, spectacular scenery, water-sports, shopping– and the Club de Golf Javea. The Club de Golf Javea is a nine-hole par-72 golf course in delightful surroundings. It offers two practice putting greens, a driving range, two tennis courts, a large swimming pool, and a small paddling pool for the kids. Simply put, the Club de Golf Javea is an entertainment centre for all the family – and a real treat for golfers too!
The Jewel in the Crown – Aside from the magnificent golfing facilities, Javea is seen as the jewel in the crown of the Spanish Costa Blanca for other reasons too. The main attraction is the peace and tranquility of the location. There aren’t many hotels here, which is great if you are looking for a quiet vacation.
In such a tranquil spot you should take some time out to enjoy the “Amanacer de Espana.” This is one for the early riser as it means the “dawn of Spain,” since it is one of the first places to catch the rays of the rising sun. For late-risers “Montgo”, the dramatic mountain that rises up behind Javea, is well worth exploring. With so much scenic beauty on offer it is little wonder that thousands have come here, fallen in love with the place, and ended up staying here permanently, or buying a holiday home in the region.
The Real Javea – Javea Pueblo, Javea Puerto, and Playa de Arenal are the three main sections into which this delightful town is divided. It refers to the Old Town, the Port and the Beach. You can spend a whole day exploring the Old Town with its gothic architecture, markets, and other curiosities. The Port area has a lovely promenade lined with restaurants and bars, fully utilizing the spectacular views. Then you have the Playa de Arenal which is a beautiful stretch of golden sand, lined with cafes, souvenir shops, and ice-cream parlours. Though normally rather quite, some where around August it bursts into life with a lot of activity.
Getting Around Javea -There’s the bus service that runs every half hour from the Arenal beach to the Port and Old town. If you miss one, you would have to wait a half hour for the next one. Or you could hire a vehicle to drive yourself around at your convenience. In fact it would be a good idea to do this online in advance when you make your other travel arrangements. You can hire the car of your choice with any extras you may need, such as a child car seat if you’re travelling with children, by going online at Your-Carhire.com – specialists in Spain car rental services.