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Mini guide to JaveaJavea
Javea is one of the most sought-after tourist destinations on Costa Blanca in Spain. It is seductively located between the San Antonio capes and Nao, Jávea. Spain usually has a Mediterranean weather of dry summers and a balanced winter temperature.
This city sits only two kilometres from the shoreline and boasts twenty kilometres of sandy beach and hidden coves around the harbour, which invitingly beckons visitors to swim and enjoy different sports in the crystal water and beautiful seabed or go on a boat ride to Denia.
Another great sight seeing location in Javea that is a “must see” for any visitor, is the Archaeological and Ethnographic Museum, where you will be fully educated in the history of the town. While visiting the harbour, make sure you take a trip over to the church Our Lady of Loreto as well. The preservation of its symbolic monuments and historical architectures like the church of San Bartolome is one of the most popular attractions among visitors.
In the city, you will experience the tantalizing taste of the Mediterranean food, which is part of their cultural cuisine. For those who love nature and want to see the outskirts of the city of Javea, Cabo de San Antonio Marine Nature Reserve is one of the best places for an excursion.
The most remarkable sightseeing headland of Javea is more than just buildings. It offers the most breathtaking view of the city from the Cabo de Nao San Martin.