Javea is a secluded paradise on the Mediterranean coast with a comfortable climate and an interesting history.
Javea is a secluded paradise on the Mediterranean coast with a comfortable climate and an interesting history. According to WHO experts, it is one of the best places on the planet to live.
The town lies between the sea and the mountains, which shelter it from the winds and precipitation. The sun shines almost all year round and the average temperature, even during the cold season, is around +16 degrees Celsius. Rainy and overcast weather is rare.
Citrus orchards and olive groves surround Javea. The historic center is pleasant to walk around with its cobbled streets. There are interesting historical places to visit.
Javea was once a frequent "victim" of pirate attacks. The church of Iglesia de San a Bartolome is a reminder of this history. It has been transformed into a refuge for locals where they hid from pirates. Of interest are the old windmills and the church of Iglesia de Santa Maria de Loreto.
Javea property attracts wealthy foreigners who are looking for permanent or seasonal accommodation. The prices are higher than in most Spanish cities. One of the reasons for this is the ideal combination of climatic and environmental conditions for living. Luxury apartments, chic homes and townhouses - there is an impressive range of properties to buy. They can be rented out, but owners often choose to live in them personally.