The Parador de Jávea has a jetty, so you can also arrive by sea and park your boat at the Canal de la Fontana dock. The canal is like a small ria that winds through the city for a few hundred meters.
Jávea has maintained a balance between the traces of the different civilizations that have chosen it as their home and the modernity of a tourist destination. In the old town, you will stroll along cobbled streets lined with whitewashed houses with stone doorways, window frames and balconies. Along the coast, you will enjoy beaches, coves and beautiful scenic overlooks.
Two kilometers from the historic center is Aduanas del Mar, a seaside district running along the municipality's entire line of beaches. After touring the urban areas, you can visit the Montgó Nature Reserve to enjoy one of the best areas in the region and many delightful excursions.
If you love underwater activities, the Cabo de San Antonio Marine Nature Reserve will be a wonderful discovery for you. The options for sailing and water sports are excellent: the town has a port and a yacht club with almost 500 moorings, along with dinghy sailing and windsurfing schools, cruiser boat rental and diving centers.
If this Parador seems like the paradise you've been dreaming about, surely you won’t miss a chance to visit?