From the pine forests under the Montgo mountain

Xabia sometimes called Javea in the north of the Costa Blanca, on the coast of the Mediterranean Sea. A flat rural land stretching for miles inland, cut by narrow tiny streams which basically irrigate the citrus and olive plantations, in a region full of pine forests that could easily be hiding your Javea Holiday Rentals.

Since 2004 the city has been running a local Agenda twenty-one program. This is a UN-sponsored non-political initiative in which the inhabitants of Xabia / Javea can have a say in plans for the long term supportable development of the city. Excellent road connections mean the regional capitals.

Both Valencia and Alicante and their world airfields are only an hour’s drive away.

With direct and regular coach links to both towns as well as a daily service to Spain’s capital Madrid. Only 10km inland is the cities closest train Station at Gata de Gorgos a regular service.

A regular car ferry to Ibiza from Denia guarantees those travelling across the land and the other Balearic Islands another straightforward route Playa del Arenal is the sandy beach area it’s an arc of white sand flanked on each side by a promenade of shops, bars and bistros. In the summer evenings, there are a considerable number of stalls selling homemade crafts.

The Montgo Natural Park was set up on sixteen March 1987. Standing at 753 meters high, the peak of Montgo is the second tallest peak so near to the sea in the Mediterranean; on a clear day, the island of Ibiza can be seen. Traces of the earliest human presence in this area date back thirty thousand years, from the higher Palaeolithic.

They were tiny travelling groups which occupied the Foradada cavern and chasms facing the sea at Cap de la Nau. The area was first inhabited in stone-age times, thirty thousand years back by cavern dwellers on Montgo.

There’s not much left of the Moors aside from some inscribed gravestones and ceramics, though they were here from about 714AD till being expelled from Xabia / Javea in 1609. The town’s market day is on Thursdays, except when there’s a local or state vacation.

While on your holidays there are Bungalows for sale in Javea, Spain. There are 4 main fiestas during the year the celebrations of Jesus of Nazareth (April/May) in honour of the eternal mayor of the city, the Fogueres de Sant Joan (June) which are pagan in origin and venerate Midsummer and are extensive across the Valencian Community, the Moros y Christians (July) parades, which happen in the port area and celebrate the defeat of the Moors by Christian forces in the thirteenth century, and the Mare de Du de Loreto (Sep) with the bull-running on the harbour walls and a firework display.

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