Throughout the past few years, La Finca has been the location of choice for both amateur as well as professional bicycle training camps. The Olympic champion Anna van der Breggen with her team Boels/Dolmans have regularly chosen La Finca for their winter training.
More and more cyclists are discovering the ideal terrain and weather conditions that the Costa Blanca has to offer throughout the year. Regardless of what kind of training you're looking for, be it long asphalt roads, steep mountain paths (up to 1200 metres), or winding coastal paths, the Costa Blanca has the terrain for you.
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For water sports enthusiasts there are plenty of possibilities in and around Jávea.
Activities include kayaking, swimming, snorkeling, cliff jumping, diving, sailing, fishing and more. For booking and information contact www.siestaadvisor.com.
The Dutch catering firm Costa Blanca Party Services can provide you with everything from hot and cold breakfasts to paella dinners, BBQs and 3-course dinners. Served on your own patio!
A short morning walk or a more challenging mountain hike – the northern Costa Blanca and the landscape of Jávea offer one of the widest and most varying selections of terrain in the Mediterranean area.
There are several spectacular nature reserves in Jávea. The closest one is Montgo National Park, which is 753 meters above sea level and visible from La Finca. On clear days, from Montgo's top, you can see the island of Ibiza in the east. We encourage you to experience the Montgo Challenge, a 2-4 hour hike up and down the mountain.
Cabo de la Nao Nature Reserve, one of the Costa Blanca's largest ”wilderness areas”, is located slightly south of Arenal Beach. Despite its steep clips, the area is host to several walking paths leading down to the hidden coastal bays.
For those looking for longer and more challenging hiking and climbing routes, Costa Blanca's inland has many alternatives. Places like Vall de Laguar, Vall de Ebo, Bernia, and Tárbena offer hikes ranging from a couple of hours up to several days in length.
There are no less than 13 beaches in and around Javea, every year awarded with the blue flag of the European Union. The horse-shoe shaped beach Arenal is the main tourist magnet and offers a sandy friendly beach with restaurants, bars and play areas for children.
There are also several small coves with pebbled beaches located in unique secluded places, like the "Tangó", "Pope", "La 1ª Caleta", "La Barraca" and "Portitxol". The paradisiacal "Granadella beach" is ideal for snorkelling and diving and if your prefer a naturist beach we recommend the beautiful "Ambolo".
If you long for those “mile after mile” of sandy beaches, head for the Las Marina beach in Denia.
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There are numerous eating places throughout the Jávea area, from small cafes and tapas bars to the Guide Michelin star restaurant Bon Amb just a few minutes from La Finca. The closest restaurant (300 meters from La Finca) is Casita de Paco, offering regional variations of Spanish cuisine.
Thanks to the weather conditions, you can choose from a wide range of sports and activities throughout the year. For triathlets, cyclists and runners the northern Costa Blanca is an absolute Mecca, with top class cycling routes, road and trail running and of course swimming in the Mediterranean sea. David Ferrer offers his tennis academy in Jávea, there are quality football fields, indoor swimming centres, a sport complex for volleyball, basket, gymnastics etc and of course beautifully green golf courses.
The newly designed studio is perfectly suitable for all kind of activities – from workshops, meetings and presentations to exercise and dancing. The space has 3 meters high walls and small roof windows letting in a pleasant light. The total surface is 50 square meters.