The Old Town Of Javea
Javea old town is steeped in history and it’s evident in the architecture, with its Tosca stone porticoes, gothic bay windows, wrought iron window bars and balcony railings. The church of San Bartolemé in the town centre is an example of late gothic architecture with a defensive character. The “Soler Blasco” Archaeological Museum is close by in the narrow streets and offers a wealth of information about Iberian history. Be sure to climb to the top and take a look at the view from the roof terrace.
There are lots of places to eat out in the old town of Javea including pavement cafés to watch the world go by, restaurants inviting you in to sample the local dishes of the area and many international restaurants offering a wide choice of different cuisines from around the world.. Many of the dishes made with local produce from the covered indoor market. The market sells all sorts of fabulous fresh local produce: fruit, vegetables, meat and fresh fish are brought up from the port daily.