We’ve capture the most beautiful sunrise and sunset and we’ve experience wild beauty of nature of the place and so we’re totally falling deeply in love with Javea……
Me and my wife go to this place quite a lot and we normally stop by Andalusia every visit. We had already been on a lot of journeys to the country of Spain, and that we really love the place, but we in most cases just go to Andalusia. This year we wanted an alternative and made a decision to reserve a villa rental in Javea. The location does significantly surpass our standards.
Javea or Xàbia as it’s often spelt is located in Alicante in Valencia, across the south-east coast. Javea is yet a far more diversified place than you can ever imagine and without a doubt, one very popular holiday-maker getaway with a lot of sights. And we were happily surprised at how legitimately Spanish the Javea is when we wanted somewhere that felt somewhat more Spanish. Javea is rich in tradition more than any other areas of the country. Traditions are naturally being valued by the natives here as people tend to always keep in touch with their past. Even at the first glance it is possible to distinguish the way they value earlier times just by seeing Javea’s cuisine, folklore and architecture. This is exactly why you’ll undoubtedly feel at home as it provides that special experience of comfort and exquisite experience to the holidaymakers and travellers.
It isn’t quite as hot as the southern tip of Spain being further up from the equator but the climate is still warm hot.
Javea is as well a traditional center where most of the main historical buildings with Mediterranean architecture and style and old white washed buildings all around the narrow cobbled streets can be found and valued. The area is generally within a large enclave on the Costa Blanca and it’s essentially situated, near a spectacular white sand beach and scenic countryside roads.
You can also rent a bike and feel free to explore the town particularly the Montgó Natural Park which is worth seeing and worth visiting. We’ve already wandered and roamed around the town on foot on our very first day and lots of sightseeing which we never want to miss are revitalizing. We even took the trip up the Montgó Mountain still on foot on our 2nd day and it is very gratifying. It truly was a real challenge as well as gentle stroll to the summit, and it really is well worth carrying out so. At the top of the mountain you will find some stunning views to behold. You can view Denia and north to Valencia, west out to sea and south Javea at the mountain. It would take a while to get to summit so be sure to bring some lunch and lots and lots of water with you because there are no food shops nearby.
The “old town” part of Javea can also be a very nice location you do not desire to miss during your tour It still has an old wall that was built to keep out pirates, and there is a magnificent 14th century church to take a look around. And to experience more of the natural beauty Javea’s coastline could offer, you might like to visit the official viewpoints which have been selected for their outstanding panoramas which in North, there’s the remains of the many windmills which overlook the town and from the south the stunning high cliff landscape of Cap Negre and Cabo de la Nao can be adored. Outing with food and sharing scrumptious meals in an open air is best and great in these places.
Around the town and on the shore we’re able to Scuba dive, lounge around in bars and on the sand, eat at Sofia’s Restaurant (a beautiful little place on the Bay of Javea road) and visit many of the shops in the town, but most of our week was spent in the encompassing countryside cycling or walking.
This was exactly why we came.
Looking for a villa for sale in Javea is what making us busy for the rest of our stay because me and my wife have agreed to transfer here later in the year. We really enjoyed our stay so much that we have planned to relocate here permanently. We were able to find a range of ideal villas for sale, but we have still to come to an agreement between the two of us the best idea of new home for us. The market value of some villas for sale in this town is sort of high and could reach up to several millions of Euros because town itself is quite wealthy and also considering it’s desirable location. Our budget is around 300,000 Euros which would include the money from selling our current home. We are not well-off but what we can buy with that amount is great. A great mix of both contemporary and classic Spanish architecture is what we are interested in a lavish villa. A fairly large private garden and pool is included. A villa near to the canal although not quite large yet similarly priced is what we are also serious about. A lovely villa with 2 beds offering breathtaking panoramic views of the enclave from spacious balcony situated in the Castellans area of Javea is nevertheless what we found which is surprisingly only half the price of the other two. And we can instead save the other about half and rent our present-day property for extra profits. Another thing though, is that it doesn’t have pool but we feel the balcony more than makes up for it.
We have totally fallen in love with Javea, with the countryside, the beaches, the people and the superb properties. We can’t wait to move out there. All we will need to do now is make a concluding decision on which home we want (and can afford) and we’ll be starting our new lives in one of the most special places on Earth.