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See our guide to the Top 5 Attractions and Family Days Out on the Costa Blanca. The Costa Blanca is a popular holiday destination for families, and there are a great choice of attractions to keep the kids happy. From splashing around in a waterpark to admiring the natural beauty of a natural waterfall, from horse riding in Benissa to go karting in Javea, there are plenty of attractions and Family Days Out that will keep both parents and children happy.
The museum is located in the historic centre of Javea in a building known as 'la casa-palau de Antoni Banyuls' (the palace of Antoni Banyuls). It is one of the towns most important historic buildings, now housing a large permanent exhibition alongside temporary ones.
La Cueva de las Calaveras "Cave of Skulls" is a perfect day out from Calpe, Moraira & Javea. The caves are situated in a magnificent location, located to the north of the province of Alicante in Benidoleig.
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Acting as a second Javea Port to Montgó variation, the trail starts at the Dique Levante harbour wall and offers two ends - one at the pretty Cala Tangó cove, one at the famous Coves Santes caves.
Located on the southern side of Portitxol Bay and sheltered by the Prim and Negre capes, this quaint trail is a lovely way to explore the rocky cove. With sights like Creu de Portitxol, Portitxol Island, and Cala Barraca along the way, it makes for a relaxed and scenic stroll.
The beauty of this circular route is undeniable, with panoramas of the Montgó, the valley, and Javea's bay creating an unmissable blend of mountains and sea. Highlights of the trail include the protected "Parque Forestal de Granadella" (known as the 'lungs of the Costa Blanca'), the old 18th century watchtower, and two of Javea's miradores.
Complete with fantastic views of Cap de Sant Antoni and Javea's bay to the north, and Portitxol Island to the south, this shorter walk illustrates much of Javea's natural beauty. To turn the hour into a day, it's worth taking a detour down to the pretty Cala Sardinera beach and basking in the picturesque views.
The Fonts Algar waterfalls are a must place to visit on the Costa Blanca, Spain. Las Fuentes Del Algar is a natural beautyspot that attracts thousands of visitors over the Summer months.
El Castell de Guadalest, or simply Guadalest, is a beautiful historic mountain village on the Costa Blanca. Only accessible through a 15 foot tunnel known as the Portal de San Jose, the village has a charming feel to it.
Sitting atop the Tossal de Santa Llucía hill, this circular walk is the most popular hike Javea offers. On clear days, Ibiza can be spotted on the horizon to the east, along with the nearby mountain of Montgó to the north-west.
Aqualandia Water Park is located in Benidorm, Spain and offers a wide variety of water slides and attractions for the whole family,