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  • Cabo de la Nao, Jávea

Its beaches, coves and crystal-clear waters combined with traditional architecture in the old town centre next to the sea make Jávea one of the top resorts on the Costa Blanca.Read more...

What to see The idyllic coves and long beaches of fine golden sand create the perfect setting for a sunny Mediterranean holiday. They stretch from Cabo de la Nao to Cala Granadella. One of the most popular is El Arenal. The area between the islands of Portixol and El Descubridor is also very popular due to its outstanding beauty. Here, you can enjoy water sports and find great places for snorkelling. The best way to appreciate the full beauty of the landscape is to take a boat trip. The old town centre is just a leisurely two-kilometre walk from the sea. Its traditional architecture includes traditional ironwork and natural stone features. The most famous building is San Bartolomé church-fortress. In the port area stands Nuestra Señora de Loreto church, which looks like the keel of a ship. Gastronomy Based on the healthy Mediterranean diet, rice dishes are the stars of the local cuisine. Here, Spain's traditional paella is served with beans and roast turnip. Desserts made from oranges, figs and almonds are also very popular. We especially recommend trying “turrones” (similar to nougat) and the delicious local ice-cream. Typical drinks include “misteleta” (a sweet wine) and “horchata” (a refreshing soft drink made from tiger nuts).

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