Nudist Beach in Jávea

Jávea Area

Jávea is truly an historic town, first inhabited by our cave dwelling ancestors back in the prehistoric ages. Situated on the easternmost point of the Spanish mainland between the towns of Altea and Denia. It is easily accessible from the N332 dual carriageway which runs along the Costa Blanca coastline. The international airport of Alicante is approximately 80 kilometres from Jávea and services many budget airlines from throughout Europe. The town is very picturesque and although it offers superb modern facilities, still retains the feel of an old fishing village. There is a lovely port area where stands the Nuestra Señora de Loreto church that has a roof in the shape of a ship’s hull. Roman remnants have been found in the port dating back to the 2nd century BC. The port area also has a pleasant promenade where there is a good choice of bars and restaurants, a great place to sample fresh seafood. In the centre of town there are traditional sidewalk cafes and bars, perfect for watching life go by. There are indoor markets offering a fantastic range of fresh produce.

The area of Jávea is well known for its water sport facilities and is a popular launch for sea fishing. The epicenter for deep sea fishing on the Costa Blanca is Cabo San Antonio, most easily accessed from Jávea. In the nearby town of Denia, Adventure Costa Blanca offer 3 jet ski excursions, from half an hour to 2 hours of exhilarating jet skiing, exploring the beautiful Costa Blanca coastline and the bay of Jávea. There are also a number of fishing charters that can be booked from here.

Jávea offers a few sports clubs and also Jávea Golf Club. The bay area boasts a lovely sandy beach that is ringed by the promenade so visitors are never too far from bars and restaurants where refreshments can be enjoyed after the day’s heat. For those wanting an all over tan, there is an official nudist beach in Jávea located south of the town centre.

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