Jávea Campsite has a beautiful location in a popular part of the Costa Blanca. For years, it's been a popular region for campers from all over Europe to spend the winter. The great location with a beautiful view to the Montgó Massif, as well as the helpful owner, ensure that everyone quickly feels at home here. The village of the same name offers sea, hills, valleys, cliffs, and a wonderful pebble beach in particular: Cala de la Barraca.
Amongst the orange trees
You reach the gate of Jávea Campsite, which is amongst the orange trees, via a long driveway. The beautiful large pool is installed on a spacious lawn, and lies towards the front of the camping grounds. In the beautifully landscaped garden and lawn, you can enjoy a view of the Montgó Massif while relaxing in a sunbed. There's a bar and a tennis court on the central square of the campsite, and the English-speaking owner is always keen to help guests.
There's a canvas stretched over most of the pitches, which offers a pleasant amount of shade all day long. There are also a few pitches intended for people staying the winter, without a 'roof'. The format of the pitches differs, and they are all set on a surface of gravel. Your neighbours will be a good distance away. The pitches are on rectangular fields that are separated from each other by narrow paths, with some trees and greenery here and there. If you prefer to spend the night in a bungalow, that's also an option. Fully-equipped rentals for 2 or 4 people are next to the camping pitches.