Investing in Javea Real Estate
The infrastructure in and around Jávea has been undergoing significant expansion and improvement since 2001. In an attempt to retain the town’s character the local government has restricted the height and types of new buildings permitted. As a consequence, developers have created innovative and unique properties that more than adequately fit the town's historic character. Many new estates consisting of villas have been built in the wooded hills around the bay, whilst apartment complexes are being constructed along the coastal strip between the port and the Arenal. Many of these properties, plus many thousands of other properties in the Javea are on the Girasol Homes website – please take time to browse through some of the wonderful properties and incredible bargains that we currently have available. Properties, including new builds and bank repossessions, are individually added to our site on a daily basis. We have a wide range of properties available to buy in Javea
. Girasol homes offer a unique, award-winning service and have locally based specialist property finders across the region, who are experts in helping their clients find their ideal properties in the Javea.
Living in Javea
Jávea enjoys protection from the bitter winter winds of the north by the massif of Montgó. The Javea microclimate was identified as one of the healthiest in the world by the World Health Organisation. There are more recorded hours of sunshine per year in Jávea than in any other place in Spain. Thinking of making the move? Take a look at all our properties available to buy in Javea
, make sure to use our search filter to find your perfect match.
Transport in Javea
Valencia and Alicante airports are just over an hour's drive away from Javea. There is a daily coach service to Madrid as well as regular and direct coach links to both Alicante and Valencia. The nearest rail station is at Gata de Gorgos, about 10 km inland, with a regular service to Alicante. There is a regular car ferry to Ibiza and the other Balearic Islands from Denia, a few kilometers up the coast from Jávea. Jávea has excellent road connections to regional capitals.
Javea is a bustling seaside town, with a popular market which takes place every Thursday. Through late Spring to early Autumn, the town features four nationally famous fiestas that celebrate the town’s rich history. The festival of Jesús Natzaré which takes place in April or May and honours the perpetual mayor of the town is followed in June by the Fogueres de Sant Joan, a pagan festival, commemorating Midsummer and are widespread throughout the Valencian Community. In July, the Moros i Cristians parades take place in the port area and celebrate the defeat of the Moors by Christian forces in the 13th Century. The last festival of the year is the Mare de Déu de Loreto which takes place in September and features bull-running on the harbour walls and a firework display.
The area of Javea
is suitable for outdoor pursuits including cycling, diving, fishing, horse-riding, mountain biking, sailing, and trekking. Does this sound like a lifestyle you could get happily transition into? A lot of our properties in Javea
are ideally located close to amenities, giving you the option whenever you decide.
The nightlife in Jávea is centered around the Arenal (main beach area). During the summer, several chiringuitos (beach bars) spring up along the seafront between the Arenal and the port area. There are also night-time activities in the old town region.