Jávea, Altea, Calpe, Denia

Jávea, Altea, Calpe, Denia
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Europe - Spain - Alicante

Av. Arenal, 03738 Platja de L'arenal, Alicante, Spain
38°46'22.9"N 0°11'23.0"E
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Jávea is a small village of the Valencian community and many consider this the smallest and cutest town of the white coast. The beaches are amazing -The Granadella is one of the local’s and swimmers’ favorite- and during the summer it’s not so crowded like other towns.

Denia is a little larger than Jávea. It’s about 8 kilometers and has all services you need. One of the best places is the castle located in the highest part of the city, but if you go to Denia you cannot leave without eating any of the Valencian paella that are served in the restaurant’s at the port.

Altea and Calpe are two very dear villages for the Alicante people and can both be visited in one day. Altea is a small town beside the sea and although the views are very nice, what really attracts tourism is its old town. The best route is to park your car on the boardwalk and walk up to get to the narrow streets of the town with white houses. Altea has a special atmosphere and is a good place to eat and spend a morning or afternoon.

Calpe is a neighboring town of Altea and is known especially for restaurants rice, fish and seafood and also by the Natural Park of Penon de Ifach, famous for being an area where each year nest more than 80 different species of birds .

Calpe, like other coastal places, is a busy town during the summer and was very quiet in winter and although over the years has been increasingly urbanizing continues to maintain a very beautiful coastal essence.


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