In Spain, there's a small costal town which is considered to be a tourist resort on the highly developed Costa Blanca strip called Moraira. It's been called a paradise by many tourists and locals as well because of its traditional way of living.
Javea, the old town, is one of the three distinct sections that comprise this popular holiday destination on Spain’s Costa Blanca. Javea sits just south of the imposing Montgo Mountain at the northern end of this 200 kilometer stretch along the Eastern coast of Valencia that’s famous for its crystal clear waters, white sand beaches and 300 days of fun in the sun.
Javea's fiestas are a product of the zeal and passion with which the locals practice their deep and unshakable religiosity. To the casual observer, it would seem that the Javeans take advantage of every excuse to throw a party. But to the Javeans every single fiesta is an opportunity to demonstrate their unshakable and devout faith in God.
If a holiday isn’t a holiday without gorgeous beaches and warm gentle seas then in and around Javea is definitely the place to go. There are many beautiful areas of coastline which offer the beach lover sun, sea and sand. So whether you like to get in on the action with swimming, diving and all the various water sports on offer, or simply like to lay down your towel and relax in the glorious Mediterranean sunshine, there is sure to be a beach in the area that will be perfect for your needs.
One of the main attractions of Javea, Arenal beach is the perfect place to chill out and take in the sun and enjoy the splendid Mediterranean. It’s a crescent shaped playground with soft golden sand that gently slopes down to the calm and crystal clear waters. Playa de Arenal is cited by the World Health Organization as "near perfect" for its cleanliness, and is rated as a blue flag beach.
One of the three sections that make up the town of Javea, the port area is itself sub-divided into three distinct zones - the fish port by the entrance, the marina where recreational boats are parked, and the dam area on the eastern side of the port. Each day the Aduanas del Mar (the official name of Javea's port) buzzes with activity as fishing boats come in with their catch for the day, and people go about their business on the bustling promenade. But despite on-going development projects, the port area has managed to retain much of the rustic charm that has made it a favorite holiday destination.
Denia is a famous tourist city located in the north of Alicante, on the southeastern coast of Spain. Although its population is only 40.000, during the summer months it is usually doubled. Denia is a great place to visit and to spend a weekend with your friends or a holiday with your family, because it has many attractions and features some of the best restaurants in the Costa Blanca area.
Denia is a popular holiday destination located in the Costa Blanca in Spain and it is endowed with more than fourteen kilometers of seafront which creates magnificent beaches. These beaches attract a lot of visitors who are drawn both from around the areas and also from other places including international tourists
There are a handful of fiestas at the beginning of the year in Denia. The Procession of Three Wise Men takes place on January 5. In this festival, 3 Wise Men arrive by boat at the port, after which a procession is held and presents are given to the local children. On January 26, the [Pilgrimage - of - Santa - Paula's] Hermitage takes place. The event is celebrated with a procession through the streets of Denia