BEACHES AND COVES
In Jávea, you can choose your beach “a la carte”.

Javea’s coastline is very diverse: you can find sand, pebbled and rocky beaches, as well as beautiful hidden coves, where you can enjoy the warm Mediterranean sea.

“LA GRAVA”: Small Pebbled beach located to the right of the Port. Just above it is a long walkway where you can find various shops and restaurants offering the local gastronomy.
http://www.xabia.org/ver/1514/La-Grava.html

PEBBLES BEACH
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The first Montañar: This is a PEBBLED and ROCK beach extending from the Port of Jávea to the Arenal beach. It is a perfect place for diving because of its deep  sea. There is a special area for windsurfing and jet ski rentals. Between the months of March and October, you can enjoy the Chiringuitos of Jávea: bars perched on the sea front popular amongst residents and tourists.
http://www.xabia.org/ver/1526/Primer-Muntanyar-o-Benissero.html

ROCK BEACH
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Arenal Beach: It is the only sand beach of Jávea and frequented by many people but particularly families with young children. The white fine sandy beach extends for almost one kilometre. This beach has received the “Blue Flag” award for the last few years for its cleanliness.
http://www.xabia.org/ver/1437/El-Arenal.html

SAND BEACH
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The second Montañar: Unlike THE FIRST MONTAÑAR, this is a tosca rock beach. It extends for 2 kilometres and ends in “La Playa de la Caleta”, the Caleta beach.

http://www.xabia.org/ver/1895/Segon-Muntanyar.html

ROCK BEACH

The Cala Blanca / “La Caleta”: this is a small shell-shaped beach surrounded by large rocks. Its name is due to the white coloured clay you find there.

http://www.xabia.org/ver/1475/Cala-Blanca.html

ROCK BEACH
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The Cala Sardinera: this is a small pebbled cove where boats would anchor once upon a time, only accessible by foot from the Portichol Cross.

http://www.xabia.org/ver/1527/Cala-Sardinera.html

GRAVEL BEACH
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La Barraca: This beautiful white sand, gravel and rocky beach is located on the road to Cabo La Nao. Its waters run deep and has an intense blue colour. It is a perfect place for diving and snorkelling.

Not far off you can find the Island of Portichol, with its beautiful submarine life. The beach is accessible to people with reduced mobility.

From the terrace of its two restaurants, you can enjoy breathtaking views.

http://www.xabia.org/ver/1528/Cala-Barraca-o-Portitxol.html

ROCK BEACH
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The Cala Ambolo: This beautiful nudist beach of Jávea is located in the south of the Cabo La Nao, in front of the Descubridor island. It is a small natural cove with transparent water and rich in Posidonia seeweed. A rustic stairway carved into the rock allows access to the beach.

http://www.xabia.org/ver/1529/Cala-Ambolo.html

ROCK BEACH
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The Cala Granadella: This is the most famous cove in Jávea.

Considered as one of the treasures of the Mediterranean, this beach was elected the most beautiful beach in Spain in 2012 and re-elected in 2013. It has been awarded the “Blue Flag” since 1987.

There are two or three restaurants with very good food.

http://www.xabia.org/ver/1530/Cala-Granadella.html

 

BLUE FLAG
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