My wife and I have already been on a countless journeys to the country of Spain, and we love the place, but we typically take a trip to Andalusia. This year we fancied having an alternative and made a decision to lease a holiday villa in Javea - Javea holidays. It proved well that the particular area does not only match our anticipations but remarkably exceeded it and we’re so more than happy.
On the south east coast of Spain lies Xàbia or Javea (as it’s often spelt) in the province of Alicante around Valencia. It gives a good deal of Spanish tourist attractions and has prominent tourism destinations like many other coastal areas yet a far more diverse place than you could ever imagine. We found out that almost all of the respectable Spanish people have been living in Javea and we both finally feel a little more Spanish in this destination. So Spanish culture is very welcoming and wants to make certain that visitor feels more comfortable among them. Javea is abundant in tradition more than any other areas of the country. Traditions are naturally being valued by the local people here as people tend to always keep in touch with their past. Even at the first glance you can easily distinguish the way they value earlier times simply by seeing Javea’s folklore, architecture and cuisine. For this reason you’ll undoubtedly feel at home as it provides that unique feeling of comfort and experience to the holidaymakers and travelers.
Javea has the best climate in the world being further up from the equator, it’s not quite as hot as the southern tip of Spain, but the weather is still incredibly hot. Having an architectural mastery of Mediterranean layout and maze of narrow winding streets bordered on both sides by old white washed buildings, the place itself is precisely what you’d expect to see. It’s also possible to roam around and be thrilled of how perfectly beaches are as Javea gives you its 25 Km of beaches, a varied coastline of beaches and coves. Basically, the complete stretch of seacoast is sure to thrill you.
You can roam around on foot or you can rent a bike. What it is that you would quite possibly do to explore the town and to enjoy its wonders, do it to your heart’s content but we highly recommend this place that is particularly worth seeing and worth visiting which is the Montgó Natural Park. We’ve already wandered and roamed around the town on foot on our very first day and numerous sightseeing which we never want to miss are stimulating. We even took the trip up the Montgó Mountain nevertheless on foot on our second day and it’s really satisfying. Hiking as much as the mountain was an elite practical experience and worth the effort specifically after you reached the top and appreciate the breathtaking views of landscape and seascape it offers. Eye-catching views from the top of the peak would also include Denia and Javea. It would require adequate time to arrive at peak so ensure that you bring some lunch and lots and lots of water with you because there are no food shops nearby.
The “old town” a part of Javea can also be a very nice location you do not desire to miss throughout your tour. There is magnificent 14th century church to take a look about and it also still has an old wall that was constructed to ward off pirates. And to experience more of the natural beauty Javea’s coastline could offer, you might like to visit the official viewpoints which have been selected for their extremely good panoramas which in North, there’s the remains of several windmills which overlook the town and from the south the stunning high cliff landscape of Cap Negre and Cabo de la Nao can be cherished. Outing with food and sharing scrumptious meal in an outdoor is best and great in this place.
We’ve mostly covered all activities important to totally enjoy the visit like eating (mostly in this lovely eating place in Javea Bay - Sofia’s Restaurant), scuba diving, lounging on the beachfront and on the sand at the sea. Basically, the week was spent in the encircling area walking or cycling. Those are the main reasons why we’re here. What makes us busy for the rest of our stay is looking for a villa for sale in Javea. The place is really great and our visit is truly worth it which makes us decide move for good and to move out here within the year or so. We both really enjoyed our stay. We still need to make the very best decision which villa would be the new home for us and there is quite a few of ideal villas for sale to pick out.
The market value of some villas for sale in this town is quite high and could reach up to several millions of Euros because town itself is quite affluent and also considering its desirable location. Our budget is around 300,000 Euros which could include the money from selling our current home. We are not well-to-do but what we can buy with that amount is exponential. A great mix of both contemporary and classic Spanish architecture is what we are very interested in a deluxe villa. It has its very own pool area and a sizeable garden. We’re also considering another villa that’s not quite as large, similarly priced and near the canal. Alternatively, we also found a stunning 2 bed villa located high in the Castellans section of Javea that has wonderful panoramic views of the enclave from its spacious balcony, and is amazingly only half the price of the other two. Even though it does not have the pool area, the balcony even more than makes up for it, and for 50 percent the price we are able to even keep and lease our present own home for extra revenue. We are so excited to transfer and live long in Javea.
That’s how we really love Javea and we’re fallen deeply in love with it, the amazing houses, the people, the countryside and especially the beaches. All we have to do now is make a concluding decision on which home we want (and can afford) and we will be beginning our new lives in one of the most stunning places on Earth.