Area Guides

About Javea

In the shadow of the Montgo between Cabo de San Antonio and Cabo de La Nao lies the fishing village Javea (in Valencian Xàbia) that has become a major tourist destination on the Costa Blanca. Javea is located about halfway on the Costa Blanca, between Calpe (Calp) and Dénia and is divided into three parts, the old town, the harbor and the more touristy part named Playa de Arenal.

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About Altea

Altea is located north of Benidorm on the Mediterranean coast. Altea is a museum in itself and the most picturesque town on the Costa Blanca. A place where many (inter) national painters, sculptors, poets, singers and writers get their inspiration. Altea is also characterized by its many small streets and its traditional white houses. These streets date back to the time when the Moors held control here and many houses are still reasonably in their original state.

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About Jalon Valley

Once you enter the Jalon valley, famous for its wines, it will steal your heart when you see the breathtaking beauty of the valley and its surroundings. Originally this valley was called: Valle de Pop. The valley is surrounded by many small villages, Jalon, Alcalali, Lliber, Parcent, Murla, Benichembla, Senija and Castell de Castells. Especially the first four villages are known by the tourists. Many Dutch and English made this valley their home.

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