Condominium located near the beach of El Arenal with beautiful duplex flats designed with open spaces.
The ground floor flats, distributed over two floors, have a spacious outdoor garden and a comfortable indoor patio.
The penthouses have a terrace and solarium on the upper floor.
The garden flats are distributed as follows.
A ground floor comprising an entrance hall with cupboards, a kitchen open to the living room with direct access to the garden, a master suite with private bathroom and access to the interior garden and a courtesy toilet.
An upper floor, accessible by the interior staircase, consisting of a bathroom and two large bedrooms with wardrobes.
The penthouses are organised as follows.
A ground floor with an entrance hall with cupboards, a kitchen open to the living room with direct access to the terrace, a master suite with private bathroom and balcony.
On the lower floor, accessible by the staircase, there is a bathroom and two large bedrooms with built-in wardrobes and balcony for one of them.
The penthouses have a fantastic rooftop solarium of over 67m2, which can be accessed via the internal staircase from the main floor.
Each flat also has its own storage space and a basement parking space.
Jávea, or Xàbia in Valencian, is a pleasant municipality on the Costa Blanca, located on the Mediterranean coast between Cap de San Antonio and Cap de la Nao and between the towns of Denia and Benitachell.
It is a municipality steeped in history, as the old town preserves many historical remains from the medieval period.
This pretty seaside resort has a port and 25 km of beautiful beaches, coves and cliffs, ideal for water activities. Among the most popular beaches are La Grava, Primer Muntanyar and Arenal. The coves of Blanca, Sardinera, Barraca and others offer more tranquillity.
At the foot of Jávea is the Montgó Natural Park and its 753m high mountain range. This protected natural area offers a very high level of biodiversity and there are many possibilities for nature and hiking. Take one of the three hiking trails in Montgó to visit the Cova de l'Aigua, a natural cave full of history with Roman inscriptions.
As in the rest of Spain, Jávea has many local fiestas throughout the year.
The most emblematic of these is the traditional Porrat festival, which is dedicated to the veneration of the saints in order to obtain a good harvest.
Among the most important festivities are also the jazz festival in August and the Christian festivities in July.
With its microclimate, average annual temperature of 18° and 300 days of sunshine per year, Jávea is a pleasant and enjoyable destination all year round.