Jávea and the surrounding area
Jávea has been described as the jewel of the Costa Blanca with its wonderful natural scenery, coves and beaches. The town is situated on the foothills of the impressive Montgó mountain, which rises 743m above the Mediterranean sea.
Just beyond the northern face of the Montgo and separated from Jávea by the Montgó Natural Park lies Dénia, a city rich in Roman history and now a bustling port with fast ferry links to the Balearic islands.
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The historic town of Dénia is the next stop along the Costa Blanca coast moving north from Jávea. The port area is where you can catch a ferry to Ibiza, Majorca, Menorca or Canary Islands and features a large marina, many shops and beach side restaurants. Dénia is larger than Jávea with a full time population of around 42,000 which increases substantially in the summer months.
The town has many facilities including a number of hospitals, a r... Read more
Education / Schooling in Spain
A main concern for expat families relocating with kids is finding a good school in Spain. There are many different options to choose from: public, private, international and semi-private schools, It is a good idea to carefully evaluate a number of factors before making a choice – considering their child’s age, how long the stay in Spain is going to be, the budget, the main language they would prefer to have the subjects taught in and the curriculum that would best suit the childEa... Read more