Welcome to Pueblo Blanco

Jávea is a popular holiday destination for all ages on Spain's beautiful Costa Blanca. Its popularity, in part, lies in the fact that it retains its charm and integrity as a fishing village and community, despite having experienced a large growth in popularity over recent years. Javea consists of three centres - a medieval fortified town, located on a hill, slightly inland from the port; the port is a vibrant community with its own beach and the centre for the most colourful fiestas of the year; and a pleasant walk along the coast is the 'sandy beach' or Arenal - with its plethora of bars, restaurants and holiday flats. The port still has a handful of working trawlers which you will see returning to port at about 4pm in the afternoon. The catch is then sold at the quayside, both to the public and to the local restaurants. Freshly caught sardines, barbecued and served with rock salt and lemon . . . delicious.

Pueblo Blanco at night, Javea, Costa Blanca, SpainFountain at Pueblo Blanco, Javea

Between the port and the Arenal is a 1.5km stretch of pebble beach. Pueblo Blanco sits on this beach across the road from the popular beach bars/restaurants of La Siesta and Montgo di Bongo. It is a private gated community arranged around a charming central square and fountain. It has its own swimming pool, and landscaped gardens. It is a 5 minute walk from the bustling Port and a 20 minute walk, or short drive, to the Arenal (“sandy beach”). Across the road is the beach and the beautiful crystal clear waters of the Mediterranean.

Pueblo Blanco was built in 1973 amongst orange and almond groves on the sea shore. It is still a haven of tranquility - wake up to the sound of waves lapping at the shore; the scent of jasmine on the air and the hypnotic chirrup of the birds all around. Pueblo Blanco is still a calm oasis in amongst the exciting hub-bub of Javea, the premier resort on the Costa Blanca. Enjoy breakfast on the patio - freshly baked bread and fresh squeezed orange juice (grown within a stone's throw) - under a blue sky and ponder how you will enjoy your day - there is something for everyone in Javea.

the port at Javea, Costa Blanca, SpainView to the harbour from Pueblo Blanco

Jávea has always been popular with Valencianos and Madrileños as a holiday destination. In more recent times the area has also become popular with the British, Dutch, Germans and French, attracted by its quaint charm, beautiful architecture, clean beaches and great food and nightlife. Jávea enjoys the most number of hours of sunshine of any part of Spain and there is a (mythical) UN report that cites Jávea as being one of the healthiest places in the world to live.

Jávea is easy to get to, just over an hour's drive from both Alicante and Valencia whose airports serve most airports in the UK and Europe. map of Javea, Costa Blanca, SpainValencia is an exciting and vibrant city. It is home to Spain's graphic design and advertising industries, is a cultural centre and boasts one of Spain's leading football teams. World renowned architect Santiago Calatrava is a native of Valencia, as is the artist and designer Javier Mariscal. A day spent in Valencia is to have all the senses stimulated - the beautiful architecture - both ancient (the stunning covered market) and modern (Palau de les Arts and L'Hemispheric; America's Cup Pavilion); seeing the stylish and sophisticated Valencianos; the first class shopping - haute couture & boutiques, fantastic shoe shops; the smells of fine food prepared from fresh ingredients. A day in Valencia leaves one in a heady whirl. For me Valencia has all that Barcelona has to offer but without the chaos of millions of tourists and the associated antagonism.

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house in Pueblo Blanco, Javea wit bougainvilleaView to sea from bedroom window of Pueblo Blanco, Javea