If you have already visited Javea you will be well aware of some of the main beaches in Javea, but there are some smaller less well known beaches that the
article below will reveal.
Probably the most well known and popular beach in Javea, with it´s sandy beach and gentle slope into the sea which provides shallow bathing, it is
perfect for families with children. The promenade is alive with restaurants and bars, catering for all tastes and comes alive in the evening with a vibrant
Not far from the Arenal beach we find Cala Blanca, made up of rock and pebble and formed from two small coves, the beach it´s name from the white cliffs
which are a stunning backdrop.
The name says it all! This was a favourite place for sardine fishermen and now is a popular beach which can only be accessed by steps leading down from the Mirador de la Cruz del Porticholl. Also a very popular mooring place for small boats and yachts in the summer.
Famous beach in Javea and has over the years provided the back drop for many block buster movies, it is 120mts wide of pebble beach with canoe hire
and launching ramp for small boats and is perfect for snorkelling and diving. There are a couple of bars and restaurants that are open in the holiday season.
Cala Ambolo is a wide pebble beach with clear water, it is the only designated nudist beach in the area and is accessed via a steep road and steps. In recent
years the breach has been closed due to landslides.
Portitxol Beach or La Barraca
Extremely popular pebble beach which overlooks Poticholl island, there aresmall fishing huts and two bar/restaurants which are open in the high season.
Second Muntanyar beach
Close to Cala Blanca, this quiet area of beach is perfect for enjoying a late
afternoon drink and enjoying the stunning sunsets. The beach is stone and
gravel and benefits from having Chiringuito La caleta on the doorstep.
El Primer Muntanyar
Located between the arenal beach and the port, this is a popular beach with two beach bars where you can enjoy a perfect day or evening looking out to
sea. Montgo Di Bongo and La Siesta are two of the most popular bars for the summer months. This a rocky beach and fantastic for snorkeling in the clear
A small relatively unknown beach next to the Parador hotel. Historically know for the production of salted fish, you can still see the remains of an ancient
settlement dating back to the 1 st century BC.
La Grava Beach
La Grava is the Port beach, made up of gravel and with crystal clear water, it is easily accessible and has the benefit of an array of shops, bars and restaurants to enjoy a full day on the beach.
Cala Tangó or Playa Pope
Tucked away in the corner of the port marina bay, this is a small rocky beach which was made famous by the painter Joaquin Sorrola and his painting of
children playing on the rocks.