What to see in Jávea

In the center of the town stands the Iglesia de San Bartolomé, from the 14th to the 16th century, beautiful example of late gothic architecture. On both sides of the Church you will find the Medieval Market and the Town Hall.

Other places of interest in the center of the town are the Archaeological Museum and ethnographic Soler Blasco, the Chapel of Santa Ana, the Convento de las Agustinas, being able to reach the Montaner Park where the "Riurau dels Català d'Arnauda" is located.

Another area to visit is the "Aduana del Mar", urban center developed around the Port, which makes up the sailor neighborhood and tourist district. Around the Port this neighborhood with a strong maritime carácter, grew with old fishermen's cottages, whitewashed ground floor and narrow streets. Here you will see the church of Santa María de Loreto, which shows an expressionist architecture made in the 60s.

And if we want to see nature we can not miss the Montgó massif. An immense natural park that rises on the plains of Xàbia, Dènia and Ondara and reaches a maximum height of 753 above sea level. The peculiar orography of this area, with large walls and ravines form a series of habitats where you can find a varied natural wealth. This is why the Valencian Government declared this area "Natural Park”

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