Javea, known as Xabia in Valencian, is a holiday resort town which really has something for everyone. It is situated between the rocky headlands of the Cap de San Antoni and Cap de La Nao, both of which have their very own lighthouses. It has become popular with expatriates of many different nationalities, which gives the town its unique charm.
The historic centre is situated a few kilometres inland, where you will discover the Church of Sant Bartomeu which dates back to the late 14th century,and is the centre piece of Javea’s historic quarter. The narrow streets with their wrought iron balconies, large wooden front doors and stone porticoes add to its charm.
Places of interest in Javea / Xabia
•Old Town: Picturesque streets to explore, including the town hall, museums and the 14th century church, a variety of art galleries, night clubs and abundance of restaurants make for a charming visit.
•Viewpoints: Javea has two impressive headlands both with lighthouses and marked cliff top walking paths.
•Marina: Picturesque marina and fishing port.
•Beaches: There are a number to choose from including Platja de L’Arenal, Platja Benissero Cala Blanca  some are sandy whilst others are pebbly.
Market: Held on Thursday morning in the Plaza de la Constitucion and the surrounding streets.