The Javea coastline offers 15 scenic viewpoints which are linked together and create a 29 km walk along the Javea coastline with scenery ranging from gentle bays to rugged cliffs. You can of course do only a part of the walk.
A spectacular viewpoint where you will see the old windmills where people took advantage of the strong winds to mill wheat.
Cabo San Antonio
Enjoy the view covering the whole of Javea.
Punta del Arenal
The bay of Javea at your feet. You can even see the National Parador with its spectacular palm tree garden.
Sequia de la Noria
Except for beautiful views, you’ll see the old Roman constructions and channels to get the water from the sea to the salt flats to collect the salt.
Overlooking the entire Cala Blanca. When the water is calm you can see the bottom of the sea.
From this viewpoint you can see the private bay, bought by the late painter Andrés Lambert and the Cala de la Sardinera, on a clear day you can even see the underwater rock formation.
Cruz del Portixol
Whether sunny or stormy, this viewpoint is pretty special. Sided by a dense pine wood on one side and by steep cliffs on the other side. From here you can find passage ways to secret coves.
One of the most beautiful corners of the area. A wonderful place to spend time with your family and friends. Here you will the sea the Island of Portitxol from a different angle.
Mirador La Falzia
The perfect spot to look at the Cala de la Barraca and the spectacular landscape from one of the wooden benches.
The old fishermen paths meander to the steep cliffs, and the dense pine woods are a welcome place for the eagles to commence their flight over the blue bay.
Cabo de la Nao
This is the natural border between the Golf of Alicante and Valencia, it is also the closest point to Ibiza. Except for a gorgeous viewpoint it is also a micro-reserve for the local fauna y flora.
Mirador Les Pesqueres
Steep cliffs where fishermen would climb down the rocks to throw out their line in the hope of catching some fish, hence the name of the viewpoint.
Historical coastal defense spot with a watchtower to guard the coastline from pirates and marauders.
Castillo de la Granadella
The remains of the fortress, known as the Castillo de Granadella, dating from the 18th century which was used to protect Javea from robbing pirates and other rascals trying to reach the mainland. There is a gorgeous beach here, but in summer time it does get pretty busy.