Javea Travel and Transport

 

How to get to Javea. Travel to Javea.



Booking.com

The northern Costa Blanca town of Javea (Xabia) lies about 80 km north of Alicante between Denia and Altea. Javea is located on the Costa Blanca, in the Valencian Community, just about equidistance between Valencia and Alicante, something like 100 kilometres either way. Located in the Marina Alta district, Javea is situated behind a wide bay and is sheltered by two rocky headlands.

How to get to Javea by car

Javea can be reached via the N332 coast road or the AP-7 motorway junctions 62 or 63.

How to get to Javea by air

Alicante and Valencia airports are each approximately 100 kilometres away from Javea. Alicante to the south and Valencia to the north. Both can be reached via the A7 toll motorway. Alicante is a very busy airport which offers a mixture of charter and scheduled flights by a number of operators to various destinations, whilst Valencia is for scheduled flights.

Directions from Alicante Airport to Javea
Distance: 110.1 km
Time: 1 hr 12 min
Start: Head east
Take the ramp to N-340/Elche/E-15/A-7/Valencia/Murcia
Merge onto N-338
Merge onto E-15/A-7 via the ramp to
A-31/Madrid/A-70/Alicante/Benidorm/Valencia
Continue onto A-70
Partial toll road
Continue onto AP-7 (signs for AP-7/Valencia)
Toll road
Take the exit onto AP-7
Toll road
Take exit 62 toward Ondara/A-332/Dénia/Jávea/Xàbia
Toll road
Merge onto CV-725
Toll road
Turn right to merge onto N-332 toward Alacant/Xábia
Exit onto CV-734
Go through 3 roundabouts
At the roundabout, take the 2nd exit onto Avinguda de València/CV-7350
Turn right at Calle San Joaquín/CV-7350
Continue to follow CV-7350
Enter the roundabout
Arrive at Javea Spain

Directions from Aeroport de València, 46940 Manises, Spain to Javea
Distance: 122.6 km
Time: 1 hr 22 min
Start: Head northwest
At the roundabout, take the 1st exit
At the roundabout, take the 4th exit onto CV-370/Av del Mas de l’Oli
Continue to follow CV-370
Go through 2 roundabouts
Turn left at Calle del Trévol
Take the ramp onto A-7
Continue onto AP-7
Partial toll road
Take exit 62 toward Ondara/N-332/Dénia/Jávea/Xábia
Toll road
Merge onto CV-725
Toll road
Turn right to merge onto N-332 toward Alacant/Xábia
Exit onto CV-734
Go through 3 roundabouts
At the roundabout, take the 2nd exit onto Avinguda de València/CV-7350
Turn right at Calle San Joaquín/CV-7350
Continue to follow CV-7350
Enter the roundabout
Arrive at Javea Spain

How to get to Javea by train

Javea does not have a railway station. The nearest train station to Javea is located Gata de Gorgos, som 10km inland from Javea.

To get to Valencia by train it is necessary to go from Gandia, a town to the north of Jávea. Or, alternatively, drive to Xeraco, taking the next motorway exit after Gandia, leave the car there in the large free car park and catch the local train to Valencia. This is a good option if you want to have a day shopping in Valencia.

A local tourist train can be boarded at nearby Gata. This train runs from Denia to Alicante, along the coast. There is a useful train service to Terra Mítica theme park and to the shopping centre near Benidorm.

How to get to Javea by bus

Bus services operate between Jávea and Alicante, Valencia (some taking the motorway, others a longer route – stopping off in towns en route). The buses start and end their journeys in Jávea old town. Long distance coaches operate from nearby towns to all parts of Spain. At certain times of the day there is a local bus to Denia. The only bus route in Jávea is the regular bus service which runs between Jávea Old Town, The Port and the Arenal area.

How to get to Javea by boat

This site uses cookies. Find out more about this site’s cookies.