Spanish Travel Blog
We fancy Spain. We really fancy Spain. Much like how we love having a journey, we also love having alternatives. So this year the two of us chosen to visit to Javea and rent a gorgeous Javea rentals which close to the beach. We’re both so extremely pleased simply because it turned out that the area is actually a quality place to stay.
Javea is situated in Alicante, Valencia. It is in the region of Costa Blanca on the south east coast. Like many other areas in coastal spots, it receives lots of travelers, but they are more diverse in nationality in comparison with tourists where we generally stay. We figured out that the majority of the authentic Spanish families have also been staying in Javea and we both finally feel absolutely more Spanish in this spot. So Spanish community is very accommodating and wants to guarantee the visitor feels comfortable among them. Javea is abundant in tradition more than any other regions of the country. Traditions are naturally being valued by the locals here as people tend to always keep in touch with their past. Even at the first glance you can easily identify the way they value history simply by seeing Javea’s cuisine, folklore and architecture. It also gives the holidaymakers and vacationers that distinct feeling of comfort and experience. So, you will absolutely feel at home.
Javea is known to have the best climate in the world. It’s not quite as hot as the southern tip of Spain being further up from the equator but the weather is still very hot.
With an architectural mastery of Mediterranean style and design and narrow cobbled streets bordered on both sides by old white washed buildings, the area itself is precisely what you’d expect. You could also go walking around and be exuberant of how perfectly beaches are as Javea gives you its 25 Km of beaches, a varied coastline of beaches and coves. Basically, the entire stretch of coast is sure to thrill you.
You can roam around on foot or you can rent a bike. What it is that you would quite possibly do to explore the town and to enjoy it’s wonders, do it to your heart’s content but we encourage you to come to this place that is exclusively worth seeing if you visit which is the Montgó Natural Park We do not have little ones to be concerned about, so we took a hike up the Montgó Mountain on our second day, this time on foot. It’s actually quite a gentle stroll to the summit, and it is nicely worth undertaking so, at the top of the summit you will find some spectacular views to behold. You can see both Denia and Javea from the mountain. Restaurants and food shops are not nearby so make sure to bring with you everything you should reach the summit like foods and plenty of water to keep you rehydrated during the long trip.
While you are still within the town, it’s wise to visit and see the “old town” a part of Javea at least once. There is magnificent 14th century church to take a look around and in addition, it nevertheless has an old wall that was constructed to ward off pirates. You might want to venture up a bit, there are several superb views of the whole enclave from the cliff situated on either side of the town. Outing with food and sharing savory meals in a outdoor is ideally suited for and great in this place.
We have mostly covered all activities recommended to totally enjoy the visit like eating (mostly in this lovely eating place in Javea Bay - Sofia’s Restaurant), scuba diving, lounging on the seaside and on the sand next to the sea. Basically, the week was spent in the encircling area walking or cycling.
This became the primary reason why we came.
We were happy with our holiday so much we’ve made a decision to transfer entirely and transfer there later in the year, and the second part of our holiday was spent actually looking for a villa for sale in Javea. We still need to make a wise decision which villa would be the new home for us and there are a number of ideal villas for sale in Javea to pick out.
Villas for sale in this town could reach up to several millions of euros since the area is very excellent and town itself is in a wealthy area and is very developed. We’re not quite that wealthy and had budget of around 300,000 Euros to spend (including selling our current home) but for that money what you can buy is outstanding.
A mix of both contemporary and classic Spanish architecture is what we are looking into a lavish villa. It has its very own swimming pool and a big garden. We’re also thinking about another villa that isn’t quite as large, similarly priced and near to the canal. We also discover a villa which is unexpectedly only half the price of the other two and has an incredible panoramic views of the enclave from spacious balcony. It’s a excellent 2 beds villa located high in the Castellans area of Javea. And we can rather keep the other 50 % and rent out our present family home for extra revenue. Another thing though, is that it is without pool but we predict 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 excellent households. We can’t wait to move out there. We only need to come up with the a selection on which home we want and which home money can buy and we’ll be both ready to make our new journey of starting out our new lives in this picturesque country of Spain and in the worth staying place in Javea.
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