Unbuilt plot in a quiet and sunny area of Javea, Costa Blanca.
Description of the property
Flat plot to build in Javea, Balcon de Mar area, with an area of 927 m², electricity and water connections at the foot of the land.
This plot is located in the area well known as Balcon de Mar, a few minutes from the Cabo La Nao viewpoint, and leisure areas, supermarkets and shops in the town of Javea. The land has electricity and water connections and 927 m² suitable for building a single-family home in a quiet environment surrounded by nature.
Jávea, in Valencian and officially Xàbia, is a municipality in the Valencian Community, Spain. It is located on the north coast of the province of Alicante, in the Marina Alta region.
In the north of the province, it is located at the most incoming point of the sea on the east coast. It is located about 90 km from Ibiza, and it is possible on clear days to see the profile of the island from the two important capes of the place.
The most important cape geographically is Cabo de la Nao, which represents the part that goes further to the east, into the sea of ??this part of Spain and the Iberian Peninsula.
The other minor capes are Cape Negro and Cape San Martin. There are two small islands: Portichol Island, in front of the Barraca beach, and Discoverer Island, in front of the Ambolo nudist beach, an island that was given in honor of a man from Javi, who is said to have been in the Columbus expedition in the discovery of America.
There is a river that crosses from west to east of the region called Jalón or Gorgos. It is a river that evacuates water when it rains, since it is dry almost all year round. Unlike nearby towns such as Denia or Oliva, Jávea has a varied orography, from a valley between Montgó and the foothills of Cabo de la Nao and Pico de Benitachell, to the low plain of the Plana del Saladar and the high plain of Las Planas (Cape San Antonio), beaches, coves, mountains, etc.
The Montgó is the most remarkable and visual summit of the region, with its more than 750 m high. It often serves as a shelter from the storms that come from the north and greatly collaborates with the maintenance of the local microclimate.
The cape of San Antonio is located there.
Jávea borders the towns of Denia, Benitachell, Teulada and Gata de Gorgos, as well as the districts of La Jara and Jesús Pobre, both belonging to Denia.