Located in the Marina Alta region, Jávea is surrounded by the Mediterranean Sea and the Montgó Massif Natural Park. In recent years it has become a reference destination for foreigners who have decided to start their second life in this Alicante municipality.
The latest statistics reveal that the total foreign population registered in the locality is 43.67%. Most of them come mainly from the United Kingdom and Germany.
Its climate, gastronomy and geographical location make it a paradise for those who have their eyes on Spain. And there are three areas where you can relax and enjoy the Mediterranean climate and its people.
El Tosalet: 55 years of history
One of the oldest residential areas in Jávea, El Tosalet has become one of the most mature and popular urbanizations in the municipality and is home to a wide variety of nationalities.
This area was once a large agricultural estate where vineyards and orange groves coexisted and its inauguration caused a great social repercussion throughout Spain. So much so that the architectural models that were built attracted the attention of the painter Joaquín Sorolla.
What makes this urbanization unique is that the buildings follow the same pattern. The houses have a Mediterranean style and are characterized by their wide ‘nayas’. In addition, they stand out for their tosca arches, the natural stone of Jávea, the wooden beams on their ceilings and their typical terracotta floors.
It is also one of the safest urbanisations to live in the municipality, as it has 24-hour surveillance.
l Tosalet is divided into three zones. On the one hand, Phase I is the one closest to the beach. On the other hand, Phase II is the one located in the middle part of the area and, finally, Phase III is the one located in the upper part of the residential area.
The Balcony to the Sea: A Window to the Mediterranean
Located in the area of Cabo de la Nao, this urbanisation was built in the 80s. From the beginning, this area was chosen by Germans as their second home. Nowadays, it has conquered all nationalities.
This residential area has an extensive infrastructure with restaurants and supermarkets. It also has one of the most beautiful coves in the area: Ambolo.
Its proximity to the beach in the Arenal area makes it a paradise to live in. Furthermore, it has become one of the quietest and most ideal residential areas, both for living and for holidays
Here you can find everything from small two-bedroom plots to impressive villas facing the most striking cliffs of the Mediterranean Sea.
The Balcony Al mar area is surrounded by blue flag beaches. The coast is perfect to escape from noise and stress. You will have the opportunity to connect with nature.
Montgó: Disconnect in the heart of nature
Away from civilization, the residential area of the Montgó Massif Natural Park has become a place of disconnection and connection with nature.
In addition, the urbanizations are characterized by being spacious and well communicated with transport services to be able to go to the services we need.
Most of the buildings are south-facing, which means that the winds in the area are warmer. In addition, the location of the mountain allows the inhabitants to enjoy more hours of sunshine.