Beaches in Javea
The Arenal beach
The Arenal offers sun, sea and sand and is one of the most popular beaches in the area. It is an artificial beach (480m) created with sand, proving popular with bathers and families. Many of the other beaches are pebble and rugged rock, so over the years Arenal has become increasingly busy.
The wide promenade covers the length of the beach, at the northern end is the Punta de L’Arenal, where the Parador Hotel is situated. In the summer you can stroll along the front and enjoy the stalls selling a variety of hand made crafts. The summer months are busy and Arenal is a favourite meeting place to go out and enjoy the bars.
Arenal Beach Facilities
The beach has a good range of facilities including; ramps down onto the beach, foot showers and fountains, lifeguards, first aid point, and the rental of sun loungers. There´s also play areas and a moored raft out at sea for children.
Nearby, there are public telephones, toilets and taxi and bus stops. A wide range of Bars and Restaurants are situated along Arenal, with many offering a great variety of affordable food.
This tiny bay (120m) is found at the end of the Port area, tucked in behind the Tango Marina. There is a restaurant perched on the edge of the pebble beach, where you can enjoy the fantastic views. This is the first bay from the Cap De San Antoni end.
This is the next bay to be fond along the coastline from Cap De San Antoni, its 290m and is the Javea Port Beach. Its shingle and Pebbles, making it very popular with sunbathers. The promenade is a lovely walking place and is lined with bars and restaurants.
This long stretch of coast (2000m) is found between the Port and Arenal. A mixture shingle and rock make the water crystal clear. It’s a popular place for canoeing and windsurfing, with water sports huts situated along the area.
A rough and rocky area of land that is popular for walking. It is not a beach like Arenal with amenities.
small beach, only 80m in size, surrounded by white cliffs and some rock pools. The beach can only be reached on foot, but the parking is close so you don’t have far to go. The promenade is another way to enjoy the stunning scenery from the view point.
After Cap Prim, you find this cove of 200m, it’s a shingle and pebble beach, with view points. From the shore you can see the rest of Javea nestling under Montgo.
A large pebble cove looking out to the Isle of portitxol. Its 900m and has the the advantage of a shallow bay, the water gradually slopes making it ideal for paddling or shallow snorkelling. A selection of restaurants can be found behind the beach, and facilities include toilets, life guards, flags warning of the state of the sea and a rustic cove.
A pebble cove which is just after the Cap de la Nau, A quiet and picturesque bay, relatively small, 300m, and used by naturists.
A delightful shingle and pebble beach, small in size, (160m) but full of character. Facilities include Lifeguards, foot showers, toilets, sun loungers and restaurants overlooking the beach. There´s a moored raft out at sea to swim too, and with the water in this bay being so clear, its ideal for scuba diving and snorkelling. Parking is nearby, allowing easy access to the beach.