Villa Marina

As the name suggests, the three-bedroom Villa Marina has some spectacular views out to sea from the terrace and the pool area.

There’s a real away-from-it-all feel to the villa because of its out-of-town location and buffer of greenery, but you’re only a 10-minute drive away from Javea.

The villa features sloped wood-striped ceilings and an open-plan living area with a family-sized dining table. The kitchen comes complete with mod-cons like a dishwasher, oven and washing machine. Outside, there’s a good-sized pool, a terrace, sunbeds and a built-in barbecue for al fresco meals.

Overview of Javea

Although Javea shares the same stretch of coastline as Benidorm, it feels a million miles away. When you choose Javea for your holiday to Costa Blanca, expect secluded coves and tranquil waters. You’re more likely to spend your time trekking in the nearby mountains than you are partying the night away, but just because life’s slow-paced doesn’t mean there isn’t plenty to see and do.

Plus, when you stay at the Villa Marina, you’re close to Valencia and Alicante when you want to turn the volume up.

Things to do in Javea

Javea is only a 10-minute drive away from the Villa Marina. It’s home to a whopping nine beaches that sit along its 20km coastline. The waters are perfect for swimming, snorkelling, diving and kayaking. The main two beaches are Arenal Bay and La Grava. Both are backed by cafes and restaurants where you can soak up the sun with a chilled drink or a meal.

If you’d rather explore than lounge, then an impressive row of cliffs also line the coastline. If you’d love to explore further, you can scale Montgo Mountain’s majestic peak.

Javea is the perfect spot for a holiday to the Costa Blanca. During your stay, you can enjoy a break at your own pace and recharge your batteries!

Resort Summary

Javea has a whopping nine beaches and they’re hands-down some of the most beautiful and popular in the Costa Blanca. Its coastline is 20km long, and each beach is unique. An impressive row of cliffs line the shores, so scenic coastal walks are a must while you’re staying here.

On the beaches below, you can enjoy the warm sands and equally warm Mediterranean Sea. The clear waters are perfect for swimming, snorkelling, diving and kayaking. The two best beaches by far for exploring are Arenal Bay and La Grava. Both are Blue Flag beaches and have plenty of restaurants and bars where you can dine in fine style. You can walk between the two, and it’s worth visiting both if you can.