Along its 25 km coastline, Javea boasts a wide variety of beaches and inlets of great natural beauty and crystal-clear waters, fringed with areas of Mediterranean forest. There are open beaches of gravel, rock or sand which allow for all manner of water sports (jet skis, windsurfing, kayaking, waterskiing etc.) and small inlets of pebbles or rock in privileged locations which provide excellent diving opportunities
- Playa La Grava
- Primer Muntanyar
- Playa Arenal
- Segon Muntanyar
- Cala Blanca
- Cala Sardinera
- Barraca o Portitxol
Javea, or Xàbia, a small fishing town to the north of the Costa Blanca, has for centuries been the home of important Mediterranean civilizations, all of which have left their mark on different aspects of its culture, particularly with regard to the many historical monuments dotted throughout the area. Its past has also influenced the way the town has developed into three clearly defined population centres: the Historic Centre, the Port area and the Arenal. The rest of the municipality is divided into 23 areas or wards encompassing residential developments, green areas, agricultural land and public forest and scrubland.
The coastline of Valencia, which spans 107 km, together with the many natural parks of stunning beauty in the province’s hinterland make up an area which is well worth a visit and which will delight all campers setting out to explore the Valencian Community. Natural parks such as the Sierra Mariola and the Hoces and Cuchillos del Cabriel, or natural areas of singular beauty such as the Sierra de Enguera, the Macizo del Caroig or the Serranía del Turia, and striking protected wetlands of international fame such as the natural parks of the Albufera and Marjal Pego-Oliva. There is a wealth of natural landscapes and eco-friendly tourism which no camper can afford to miss, whether when crossing Valencia towards the Costa Blanca or on the way back north from Camping El Naranjal.
The city of Valencia deserves special mention, with the Ciudad de las Artes y las Ciencias (City of Arts and Sciences), its historic town centre, and exceptional urban beach, which boasts excellent facilities thanks to having hosted important sporting events such as the Americas cup and Formula 1 racing. The city likewise boasts a wide architectural diversity, and a historic centre with cathedrals in gothic, baroque and neoclassical styles. Although tourists will find numerous campsites and bungalows in Valencia, both along the coast as well as inland, Camping El Naranjal is only 105 km from this capital city and is a benchmark amongst camping enthusiasts for quality accommodation in the Valencian Community. Choose Camping El Naranjal for your visit to Valencia or the north of the Costa Blanca and enjoy our excellent accommodation and facilities in this natural environment on the Mediterranean coast.