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High quality beaches and coves

crystal clear water, long sandy beaches, secluded bays ...


..that distinguishes the approximately 200km coastline of the Costa Blanca.  Crystal clear water, long beaches with fine sand or gravel, cliffs on the blue horizon that protect the bays.

Due to the warm water, you can still enjoy these in autumn and in winter the bays heat up wonderfully.

Let yourself be inspired by the turquoise blue water, its incredible seabed and the maritime nature reserves.

Extensive sandy beaches, secluded pebble beach bays, ... a tremendously varied coastline with a common denominator: the cleanliness and services of its beaches, which are provided every year by the "Asociación de Educación Ambiental y del Consumo"  the EU blue flag is awarded.

The list of beaches on the Costa Blanca is very long and we only want to name those that are

1. are in the immediate vicinity of the Villa Finca Costa Blanca,

2. We learned to love during our stay and do not want to miss it anymore.





Beaches overview

Strand Oliva

Beaches in and around Oliva

The overview of the beaches is from north to south

How do I get there? Coming from Pego you can reach Landesstrasse 332 in approx. 3km

From here, you can see on the right (in the direction of Oliva / Alicante) or on the left (in the direction of Denia / Valencia)  every few meters a sign "Platja", what  points to one of the countless beaches.




... probably the quietest, most natural and peaceful stretch of beach in Oliva.

In the south of the beach is the marina and its Nautica Club, an outdoor swimming pool,

Port and the beginning of Pau-Pi beach



Pau-Pi in Oliva

... can be found in the center of Oliva with its golden sandy beach.

With a good selection of bars, restaurants and beach bars.

Along the promenade you can browse in one or the other beach shop,

or do some sport, if that's what you want, there are volleyball nets and soccer goals on the beach.

The little ones can demonstrate their climbing skills on the fixed scaffolding.

You can see that there is a beach for all ages!


Aigua Blanca Beach

... is considered the best beach in Oliva for water sports.

3 km of beach, surrounded by dunes, wide stretches of beach with crystal clear water and pleasant tranquility. This is a beach to relax, not very crowded, fine sand with a light sea breeze, a pleasant place to relax.

Here you can also find cafes, bars and restaurants.

In addition, the beach has a children's playground and volleyball net.


Playa Radbells

... is a really nice, long sandy beach surrounded by dunes between Aigua Blanca and Aigua Morta.

In summer you will find an absolutely relaxed, almost an "island" atmosphere, which the chiringuitos and small beach bars create with their performances and music into the night.

Here you can also find those in the dunes  Located beach bar: Oli Ba Ba. It is like a magnet and invites you to linger.


Aigua Morta Beach 

... is a private stretch of beach with an 18-hole golf course, in a rather posh area

That is perhaps the reason why the offers for activities are particularly high.

In addition to the nearby golf course, international footballers train when the weather in their countries makes training difficult.

Here the Bullent River flows into the sea, an ideal place for diving or fishing.

The beach section of Playa de Deveses is located further south.


Deveses Beach

... is the southernmost beach section of Oliva.

A beach of fine sand, the surroundings of which are characterized by dunes covered with vegetation.

Due to the Garbi wind, which always blows strongly, this section is also the perfect place for Winsufen and sailing.


at a glance:

  • Sandy beach 

  • pure beach with dunes and fine sand

  • Multiple awards for water quality

  • very quiet

Special feature: fountain with fresh water source directly on the beach


at a glance:

  • Sandy beach 1km long / 20m long

  • good infrastructure: bars, restaurants, marina, shops and much more)

  • Disabled access

  • Family-friendly, thanks to the shallow entrance to the sea

  • Modern rescue technology

  • Volleyball net, soccer goals, climbing frame



at a glance:

  • Sandy beach, 3km

  • little crowded

  • surrounded by dunes 

  • very suitable for water sports

  • Bars, cafes, restaurants

  • Volleyball net, children's playground


at a glance:

  • prettier  Sandy beach with dunes

  • Chiringuitos and Beach Bars (also open at night)

  • Beach Bar Oli Ba Ba: located in the middle of the dunes, chilled music & nice people





​ at a glance:

  • Sandy beach, private

  • 18 hole golf course from Oliva Nova

  • ideal place for diving and fishing







at a glance:

  • Sandy beach, 5km long

  • characterized by dunes and vegetation

  • ideal winsurf and sailing place

  • This beach is opposite the N 332 in the direction of Denia.

  • red Cross

  • Beach bar

  • Deck chair rental, fixed parasols




Beaches in and around Javea

The overview of the beaches is from north to south


Arenal Beach

Arenal Beach is popular with tourists and locals alike. Bathers enjoy the one kilometer long, fine, monitored sandy beach with parasols, deck chairs, roller skates and boat rentals. The long beach promenade invites you to stroll and stroll. There are numerous cafeterias and restaurants to relax and dine here. On the summer evenings, hawkers offer their goods.


La Barraca

This quiet bay in front of the island of Portitxol is a paradise for divers. That is why some diving schools in Jávea have settled here. You have a wonderful view of the untouched nature on the island, which is privately owned.

A little hidden around the bay is a very inconspicuous restaurant called Barraca.

From the appearance "very" simple, but from the culinary offer and price-performance ratio: simply sensational. To recommend: the paella and tapas!

And on top you sit directly in front of the sea.  More is not possible!


Cala Ambolo

With its large stones and boulders, this beach is a very suitable place for nude bathing. It is also the only nudist beach in Jávea. From here you can see the Isla del Descubridor. In the wonderfully clear water in front of Cabo de la Nao you can not only swim, but also watch the fantastic underwater world. The bay is about 80 meters long and just 6 meters wide.  





Cala de la Granadella

One of the most delightful bays with a wonderful flora, framed on the right by a rock wall, on the left there are two small hidden bays. After Playa del Arenal, this is the second most popular beach with tourists and locals. This bay is also a paradise for divers. 

The bay is 220m wide and 24m long and you will find all the services there such as a restaurant, loungers, parasols and hammocks for hire.



Strand Javea

at a glance:

  • fine supervised sandy beach

  • but rather well attended

  • Rental of umbrellas, deck chairs, boats, roller skates

  • Promenade with shops

  • numerous cafes and restaurants to relax

at a glance:

  • adorable bay

  • all services available

  • View of Isla del Descubridor

  • Tip: take picnic items (food, drink) with you,

       as there are no opportunities to buy something here.

  • To get there: by car through Javea, up towards Cap del Nau, shortly before Cap del Nau on the right, follow the sign for Playa Ambolo.

at a glance:

  • quiet pebble bay

  • View of Portitxol Island (privately owned)

  • Paradise for divers (diving schools on site)

  • Insider tip: Restaurant la Barraca

  • To get there: by car through Javea, up towards Cap del Nau, then follow the sign la Barraca on the left.

at a glance:

  • quiet pebble bay

  • nudist beach

  • View of Isla del Descubridor

  • Tip: Don't forget picnic things and a parasol, as no services are offered here. Pure nature!

  • To get there: by car through Javea, up towards Cap del Nau, shortly before Cap del Nau on the right hand side follow the sign for Playa Ambolo.

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