Casa Sueños is located in a quiet street at Cape La Nau in the area of Granadella beach about 300 meters from the sea (cliffs). Across the road to the picturesque bay of Granadela is about 2.3 km.
The property has about 1200 sqm and is landscaped in Mediterranean style. A wrought-iron gate and a fencing leave them on this secluded property quite alone. You have the possibility to park your vehicle on the property.
The chalet has a total of 6 beds in 3 bedrooms. 2 bedrooms and a bathroom are in the upper apartment, the apartment has a bathroom and two more beds. This apartment has a separate entrance. Both levels each have a 20 square meter terrace, from which you can take a look. Through the trees on the bay of Arenal you can see the sea.
Shopping and excursion possibilities are in the surroundings.
Due to its unique location, the climate in Javea / Xàbia is one of the best on the planet. Apart from a few exceptions, neither very high nor very low temperatures are measured. Even in January the average daily temperature is still 16 degrees Celsius. The water temperature of the Mediterranean is pleasant in the summer 25 degrees. Two to four rain days a month are the average, but dry periods of 10 to 12 weeks are not uncommon. An ideal place to whim.
Javea is an authentic fishing village on the Costa Blanca in Spain, located at the easternmost point of the Iberian peninsulas. The city is centrally located 100 km from Valencia (north) and 90 km from Alicante (south). From the airports of these two historic cities, it is a 1-hour drive to Javea. The island of Ibiza can be reached by ferry from Denia. Denia is another unique coastal town, just a short drive through a picturesque mountain landscape of Javea.
Javea - Costa Blanca - Spain
The mountains with their impressive cliffs along the coast from the Costa Blanca surround the overwhelming natural beauty and are an ideal place to live and to make holidays. Apart from the unique location and the typical Spanish charm, Javea is a small town that has remained a small town thanks to the municipal administration. A typical Spanish coastal town without skyscrapers and mass tourism, that is pure authenticity. In short, Javea is a place where people live and spend their holidays, who want privacy and comfort, and want to avoid the mass tourism.
General information about Javea
The history of Javea Xábia (Valencian) can be traced back many centuries. The first evidence of the inhabitants of this landscape is 16,000 years old and were discovered in the form of cave paintings in the caves of Montgo mountain.
Javea itself is divided into three different areas: the old town (El Pueblo), the port (El Puerto) and the beach area (El Arenal), where most of the villas, luxury villas and apartments are located. The old town has not changed much during the past centuries and has preserved a number of traditionally built houses alongside the typical Spanish squares.
The port was built in 1871 and served primarily as a trade in raisins. When this trade was no longer in demand, the once-great harbor became a small fishing port. Thanks to the growing tourism and the suitable water landscape, the former fishing harbor was later expanded to a large extent as a sports and marina. El Arenal beach is the commercial tourist part of Javea. Here you will find many restaurants, cozy bars and some discos, which are open until late at night.
Beaches of Javea
Most of the wonderful beaches along the 25 km long coast of Javea consist of pebbles or rocks. The beach in Arenal consists of fine sand and is ideal for children. La Grava and Cala Blanca are excellently suited for water sports, B. Jet skiing, windsurfing and canoeing. The small beeches Granadella, Portitxol and Tango with their pebble beaches are perfect for diving or snorkeling.
El Arenal is the sandy beach of Javea and at the same time the beach promenade and offers besides bars and restaurants also other various possibilities of action, B. Children's playgrounds, beach volleyball nets, jetski- and boat rentals. Apart from the already mentioned beaches there are hidden bays El Pope, Ambolo, La Granadella, Muntanyar and Cala la Sardina along the coastline.
Attractions in Javea
Javea has many beautiful places with breathtaking views and interesting sights, which is worth a visit. Especially the two churches - Iglesia de San Bartolome, Century and is an example of gothic architecture. - Santa Maria de Loreto was built in 1967 and has a very unusual design. The interior of this church is shaped like a ship's hull and is dedicated to the protection of the fishermen of Javea. Sol Blasco, the archaeological museum in the old town of Javea, offers a variety of information on the Spanish history of the Costa Blanca.
Excursions and activities Javea
In the surrounding area of Javea there are various amusement parks, B. Terra Mitica, the first theme park of its kind in Spain. This park is divided into five different theme areas. Five past epochs of the Middle Ages and takes you back to the myths and legends of ancient cultures. Aqualandia is a large water park, where large and small water fans can spend a fantastic day. You will enjoy the many pools with jump boards, rapids, waterfalls and water slides. To see exotic aquatic animals, the Safari Park Vergel or the Animal Park Mundomar offers different animals and other attractions.
Sport and recreation in Javea
A sports enthusiast will not get bored in Javea! You can golf at the Javea Golf Club (9 holes) or at the golf course at La Sella (18 hole). There are also plenty of golf opportunities around Javea: Denia (18 holes), Oliva (18 holes), Moraira (9 holes), Altea (9 holes), Real de Faula 2x (18 holes), Valencia 3x (18 holes) , Alicante 3x (18 holes), Torrevieja 4x (18 holes), Castellon 2x (18 holes) and Murcia (La Manga Club) 3x (18 holes).
Surroundings of Casa Sueños in Javea
Casa Sueños is located in a quiet and tree-lined and privileged residential area of Javea, near the sea (Costa Nova).
- Costa Nova, Marina and Ambolo: Traditional, quiet residential area with beautiful views of the sea and the bay of Javea, on the wooded plateau of Cape la Nao.