Jávea is a municipality on the Costa Blanca in the Spanish province of Alicante in the Valencia region with an area of 69 km². Jávea is perfectly situated between Valencia and Alicante. It lies between the capes Cabo de San Antonio and La Nao, sheltered by the Montgó massif.  

Jávea has a beautiful coast, crystal clear azure blue water and the cleanest air of Spain. Jávea consists of three parts; the old town (La Villa), the port and the ‘sand plain’. It is called the ‘sand plain’ because of the 20 kilometer long beach.

Jávea has the Mediterranean climate. The summers are warm and the winters are dry. The weather together with the beautiful surroundings is the biggest reason for tourist to visit Jávea. In the winter the temperature still rises to twenty degrees and in the summer is it often pleasantly warm with temperatures around thirthy-vife. Usually with a nice breeze from the sea.