Parador de Javea
- Outdoor Pool
- Free WiFi
- Low Deposit Options Available
- Interest FREE Payment Plans
This hotel, which enjoys a unique location overlooking the beach, offers a perfect setting for a few days in the best company. Of particular note are the panoramic views of the ... Continue reading
This hotel, which enjoys a unique location overlooking the beach, offers a perfect setting for a few days in the best company. Of particular note are the panoramic views of the garden. It's70 rooms offer customers a functional and pleasant environment. It suplies customers a concierge service 24 hours a day. The facilities Sun beds are rounded off with the pool.
The rooms have Telephone, Satellite / Cable TV , Central Air Conditioning, Central Heating, Terrace, Pillow Selection, LCD TV , Hairdryer, Bathtub, Minibar, VIP Room Service, Laundry Service, Wi-Fi, 1, Room-Service and Safe , and among our services and facilities available we have Air Conditioning, Lifts, Heating, Outdoor Summer Terrace, Bar Terrace, Parasols, Sun beds, Cot, High Chair, Bar Cafeteria, Garden and Terrace. We also have Currency Exchange, Multilingual Personnel, Wi-Fi, Tourist Information, Shops, Safe in Reception, Garage and Business Centre. Activities and relax: Sauna, Snorkelling, De 1 a 4 Máquinas and Massages. Cuisine: Mediterranean, Typical of the Area, Vegetarian, Celiac Menu, Diabetic Menu and Children´s Menu. Pets not allowed. Credit Cards: All.
Most popular facilities
- Air Conditioning
- Bicycle rental (additional charge)
- Golf course (within 3 km) (Additional charge)
- Air conditioning
- Bridal suite
- Car hire
- Facilities for disabled guests
- Free WiFi
- Gift shop
- Newspapers (Additional charge)
- Non smoking rooms
- Room service
- Safety deposit box
To make booking a holiday at Parador de Javea in Javea easier for you, we provide a range of different payment options. To find out if you can book Parador de Javea with a low deposit holiday option, please click the "Price and Availability" button above.
Reflecting the tranquil ambience of Valencia coupled with the sun and fun atmosphere of Spain's popular Costa Blanca holiday coast, Javea is a pretty holiday resort town set between the capes of San Antonio and La Nao, about 50 miles (80km) north-east of Alicante. Fronted by the bright blue Mediterranean Sea, and backed by the conical Mount Montgo, the narrow streets of the historic town centre are filled with wrought iron balconies and stone porticoes, while the surrounding developments have been carefully controlled to ensure no high-rise modern concrete buildings impose on the serenity of the landscape.
The old town is situated a mile or so inland because its inhabitants feared the incursions of pirates in days of yore. The waterfront of Javea centres around the working fishing port of Aduanas de Mar and the adjacent busy marina. A promenade is lined with good seafood restaurants, boutiques and pavement cafes. The most popular beach, Arenal, is a long, sandy stretch with safe bathing, just one of the many sandy bays and coves to be enjoyed along the coastline.
Several times a year Javea lets its hair down with a lively fiesta. The best known, and most enjoyed by visitors, is the 'Moors and Christians' celebration, when locals re-enact the Moorish landings on the coast and the recapture of the peninsula by Christian defenders. During the second half of July the town is enveloped in an orgy of feasting, street parades, dancing, music and fireworks.
A holiday in Javea is mainly about relaxing on the beach or beside the pool, but there are watersports facilities for hire on Arenal Beach and at the port, and golf courses in easy reach, including the Javea Golf Club surrounded by orange and lemon groves. Local sightseeing includes a few interesting old churches and an archaeological museum. Visitors can also enjoy walks up the Cabo de Nao from the harbour, for a breathtaking view of the bay. Families are advised to hire a car in order to make excursions to the numerous entertaining theme parks and water parks in the area, most less than half an hour's drive away.
The holiday destination of Javea offers some fantastic eateries including Karma Lounge Restaurant, Pizzeria Pepa, Restaurante Masena and La Boheme. The port area of Javea is a popular dining spot, with a host of restaurants offering a variety of cuisines situated along the waterfront, where it is possible to enjoy anything from pizza to paella with a view of the harbour or beach. The old town is less well supplied with restaurants, but those that do inhabit its narrow streets are cheaper than the more touristy areas. The area fronting Arenal Beach is where most tourists congregate to dine out, and the choice is vast from Burger King to Chinese. The majority of establishments cater for all tastes, offering an international selection on their menus.
Holiday visitors in pursuit of a hectic holiday nightlife will be disappointed with Javea, where activity after dark is limited to the strumming of Spanish guitars in a few restaurants and bars, or the odd flamenco show, even during the height of the summer season. A few British bars offer football, pool tables and sometimes karaoke nights. There are one or two discreet discotheques open during summer in the Arenal area. For a rollicking night out visitors will have to travel to the larger, more frenetic resorts nearby, particularly Benidorm.
The port area offers some interesting boutique shopping opportunities for holidaymakers, while along Arenal Beach holidaymakers are well catered for with kiosks and shops selling all the trappings from sun cream to souvenirs. In Javea's old town there is a daily indoor covered market, mostly stocking fresh produce, and on Thursdays the weekly outdoor market on the Place de la Constitution is an entertaining experience, street performers spicing up the variety of wares on offer on hundreds of stalls. Browse for all manner of things from fresh fish to leather sandals, and toys to juicy Valencia oranges and 'churros' (similar to donuts). The sprawling suburban area around Javea, which connects to other resorts along the Costa Blanca, is well supplied with shopping malls and modern supermarkets. Smaller shops tend to close for siesta from around 2pm to 5pm, but stay open late in the evenings. Larger chain stores and supermarkets remain open all day until late at night.
Javea is a sedate resort with limited nightlife and entertainment options.
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Hotel address : Avenida Mediterraneo, 233, Javea, Costa Blanca, Spain, 03730
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