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Javea Beaches
Map of Javea and beaches
The main beach in Javea is the Arenal and could be the best beach in the Alciante region because it combines flawless smooth sand, a gentle slope into the sea, great amenities with close proximity to a promenade of Bars and Restaurants. Other beaches in Javea offer different characteristics and I will do my best to describe the main beaches in Javea below.

Arenal Beach 
Javea Arenal Beach close to restaurants, bars and shops - click to open the arenal javea beach webcam
This beach covers the sweep of the bay, 450 m long and about 80m wide. Fully equipped with Red Cross post, lifeguard, showers etc and lots of parking spaces. It is lined by a promenade with bars and shops. Look out for the open-air cinema here in the summer.

Granadella Beach   
Javea Beach Granadella A pebble and coarse sand beach with a couple of restaurants. Good for scuba diving. Not the easiest access, you may have to park some way away tho worth a try. Certainly more secluded and rustic than the Arenal. This cove was apparently used by smugglers (but who hasn't said that!).

La Caleta   

Javea Beach La Caleta Only accessible by foot this isolated creek with gravel beach and numerous rocks offers an element of seclusion and a view of the white rocks in the area.



Ambolo Beach   
Javea Ambolo Beach

Is a tiny cove located on the Cabo del Nao. It's just 80m long and quite steep to get to, and is also a naturist beach. So if you fancy a secluded dip in the nude, well now you know where to go.

Portixol Beach (La Barraca)
Javea Portixol Beach - click to see an interactive view of this Bay in Javea, opens in a new window Isolated creek with coarse sand with very deep blue clean waters, excellent for divers. Deep down you come across tunnels, arches and corridors in the rocky formations at the sea floor.

La Grava  
La Grava Beach Javea by the Port One of my favourite beaches even though it is pebbly. It's right in front of ther Port, so if you head for the tourist information centre, well you're there. Sometimes excitingish waves roll in here, it's near good tapa restaurants and bars, and is very popular with the local Spanish families.

Muntanyar Beach   
Mutanyar Beach Javea by the Port I always thought this too was called La Grava. It extends from the Port breakwater along to the Parador. Here you can hire jet skis or take a perch at one of the chiringuitos. You may need "sea shoes" to access the sea here since the rocks are pretty unforgiving but it's worth it and I've done it with my kids. Near the port there is in fact a little area with a metal ladder leading into the sea which is handy. If you want to hire a jet ski you'll need photo ID.

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