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Abahana Villas - Church of San Bartolomé in Jávea.

Church of San Bartolomé

There can be no doubt this is one of the most distinctive buildings in the beautiful town of Jávea. The Fortified Church of San Bartolomé, built in the Gothic Isabelline style, has been declared a "National Artistic Monument", and a visit is a feast for the eyes, as are the surrounding buildings in the traditional local "tufa" undressed stone, with their Mediterranean feel.

Abahana Villas - Arenal de Jávea promenade and beach with views of the Montgó.

Promenade of Arenal in Jávea

The El Arenal district of Jávea is unquestionably one of the main focal points for tourism. It is home to “Playa del Arenal” a beach of wonderfully fine sand skirted by a promenade running along the shore of the Mediterranean Sea. Here there are dozens of fashion boutiques, bars and excellent restaurants serving the famous rice and fish dishes of the Bay of Jávea.

Abahana Villas - Bike ride through Jávea in the historic center, entrance to the church square.

Jávea Historic Centre: A story around every corner.

Narrow streets where stone is the common theme of the ancient buildings which make up the beautiful town centre of Jávea. A tour of the modest cottages and palatial townhouses of various eras and styles, including Gothic, Neoclassical and Modernist, discovering the stories which lurk around every corner of a thoroughly Mediterranean town.

Abahana Villas - Aerial view of the bullring of Benidorm.

Bullring of Benidorm

A venue housing an element of the very essence of Spain: bullfighting. This grand, circular structure in the heart of Benidorm is little by little re-gaining its level of activity with such leading figures from the bullfighting world as "El Cordobés" and "El Fandi".

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