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The Elephant which lies between Javea and Denia

Known as the elephant, the Montgo is an impressive mountain lying between Javea and Denia. Why an elephant? If you look at the incredible shape of the mountain you will see it looks like an Elephants head with its trunk almost slurping at the Mediterranean sea. The eye of the elephant is in fact the…

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The Spanish healthcare system- How to register

The Spanish healthcare system is ranked among the best in the world. Learn how to sign up for free state healthcare in Spain, or apply for health insurance as an expat. If you’re living and working in Spain, you’ll likely have access to free state Spanish healthcare, paid partly by social security payments, which will…

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FIESTAS IN XABIA 2018 January 5th The Three Kings parade and life Nativity scene San Antonio’s Festivities From 5th of January until 3rd of February. Funfair “Crema del Pi” (burning of the pine tree) Animal’s blessing on 14th in Pl. de la Constitucion and 17th in the port promenade. 19th, 20th and 21st Bull running…

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Christmas Traditions in Spain

Christmas Traditions in Spain Christmas in Spain gets off to a rather peculiar and unofficial start on Dec. 22nd when children from San Ildefonso School can be heard calling out the numbers and prizes of the Lotería de Navidad, which is likely the most followed Spanish lottery during the entire year. In Spain, when you…

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Can you guess what Miguel’s next sculpture is going to be?

Can you guess what Miguel’s next sculpture is going to be? Miguel Angel Miguel Garcia’s star project is the work he is currently doing in the Pinosol park. 20 sculptures will adorn and enhance the charred remains of a proportion of the recreational area in ​​Xàbia. After the fire, “I came up with the idea…

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Javea Old Town

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…

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Region of Alicante – An excuse to sample the local Moscatel wine..

The Moscatel grape What could be better than accompanying your meal with a local wine? The region of Alicante is rightly famous for its yearlong blue skies, golden sandy beaches and picturesque white villages but head away from the beach resorts and you will find beautiful countryside with fruit trees heavy with cherries, oranges, lemons,…

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EU drop roaming charges from June 2017

EU drop roaming charges from June 2017 Roamin charges in Javea? Whether you voted remain or leave, the European commission has come to your aid. Holidaymakers are about to get free mobile phone roaming across Europe and a host of other destinations from the 15th June – for the next two years, at least. Following…

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XÀBIA INTERNATIONAL FESTIVAL JUNE/JULY 2017   This multicultural food Festival, started over 20 years ago is Located on Avda. Augusta in Jávea between the Port and the Arenal, walking distance from the sea and with a dramatic view of the Montgo is one festival not to be missed. The International Festival is a fantastic opportunity…

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