Labyrinthine, games of light and shadow, corners with mystery where vibrant color beats and its own, but above all, original frames of the Mediterranean.
Being one of the great mountains on the Costa Blanca, the Montgó Natural Park is emerging as one of the most special, since at its foot it includes not only the two charming towns of Jávea and Dénia, but, in its marine part, treasures the spectacular Cabo de San Antonio Marine Reserve.
June holidays are coming up and you still don't know what to do? Take the opportunity to visit the wonderful views of the Costa Blanca. You will have time to enjoy its impressive views from the sea, as well as from the mountains.
A privileged cliff in the beautiful town of Jávea. Rising to a height of 170 metres, it offers the finest views of an unrivalled landscape.
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.
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.
A location embellished by the sculpted outline of the "Parish Church of Nuestra Señora de Loreto", the marina is to be found in the north of Jávea, at the heart of a distinctly seafaring district.
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.
Altea, with the Mediterranean Sea alongside, boasts a delightful new promenade running the length of the coastline as far as the fishing port.
Serra Gelada, one of the most distinctive of the coastal uplands in the Valencia region, is to be found between the bays of Altea and Benidorm.
Today's Altea is one of the key cultural centres of the Valencia Region. And the "Palau de Altea" is the flagship of this picturesque town.
This is one of the most imposing and important landmarks of the bohemian town of Altea.
A place filled with culture and beauty in which to breathe in the peace and quiet of its setting. A palatial townhouse built on the orders of Vicente Gadea which previously served as a UNESCO International Music Centre, attracting all manner of visitors.
Peaceful, narrow alleyways, whitewashed houses which in days gone by were protected by a solid city wall, an imposing church with its distinctive blue domes and impressive views of the coastline, revealing in the distance the Peñón de Ifach in Calpe.
A setting in which to enjoy being at one with nature, along with the unbeatable views offered through the well-known "Forat".