Category Archives: Attractions Outside Javea
For the uninitiated Ibiza is well known as a major destination for party animals in the middle of the Mediterranean. For those who know, Ibiza is the ONLY party destination in the world, each summer it attracts huge numbers of people from every corner of Europe and the rest of the world, who want to dance the night away in what is easily the coolest club scene on the planet.
Since the late 70s and the resort town of San Antonio and its world-famous “West End” bar district has been a magnet for those who enjoy an unrivalled goodtime into the early hours. This area is predominantly frequented by huge numbers of young British people looking for a good time with a strong flavour of home.
Each summer the mega nightclubs of the island boom out the latest tunes from the hottest DJs in order to entice some of the millions of visitors to Ibiza into their particular musical dreamland. The hottest clubs include Amnesia, which at one time was an open-air club but now has a roof installed, the idea behind this seemed to be simply to enable them to crank up the volume, this is the summer home of Cream, which entices many young visitors to come back every night of the holiday.
If you think that size matters then Privilege is the club for you. The biggest nightclub on the planet still manages to get packed to the rafters every night of the week during the high season, this club even boasts its own swimming pool allowing revellers to cool down during a hard night’s partying.
Located in a former aircraft hanger DC10 is not a small venue, it has a capacity of 1500 people and is famed for having an incredible sound system and many guest appearances by the world’s greatest DJs.
Perhaps the best-known nightclub brand in the world is Pascha, and their Ibiza venue rocks every night offering 3500 people the opportunity to listen to the best house music in one of its five huge rooms.
It is little surprise that the islands numero uno club is also regarded as the world’s number one club. Space has won every imaginable vote and award and accolade as being the very best place in the world to party.
It is little wonder therefore that the very best of the worlds DJs cannot let the summer pass without appearing at the club, especially at their famous ‘We Love Sundays’, this event is not for the fainthearted beginning at eight in the morning on Sundays and running until 6 AM on Monday morning.
L’Oceanografic is a very large marine complex that represents 12 different marine habitats from around the world. It is a larger than life aquarium with sections that replicate oceans and seas across the planet to educate visitors about aquatic life. There are thousands of animals to be found within its walls. The complex is located in Valencia, Spain and is part of the huge City of Arts and Sciences of Valencia complex.
Visitors to the Costa Blanca, especially those from Northern Europe, tend to head straight for the sun, sand, and sea on the Mediterranean coast. This is entirely understandable and certainly not to be missed, but so many of those sun-and-fun-loving voyagers do miss a vital part of the area’s attractions. Just a little way inland from the coast lies some of Spain’s most stunning scenery and fascinating history.
Valencia is a charming city in itself to spend a week holidaying in with plenty of attractions, nightlife, and restaurants to make it accommodating to all types of visitors. The following is a list of the top ten things to do in Valencia to help make sure that your holiday to the city is one you will never forget.
A truly ambitious theme park, Terra Mitica is another addition to Benidorm’s long list of attractions for kids and adults of any nationality and tastes. There may even be some educational value snuck in there; ancient cultures are incorporated into hair-raising rides and shows with various ethnic costumes and designs, all of which are highly entertaining whether they’re authentic or not.
Penon de Ifach is noticeable the moment you get near Calpe as it thrusts 332m into the towering over the landscape. Surrounding the other side of the Penon de Ifach is the Mediterranean Sea as it sticks out into the ocean.
It is downright astounding that a huge majority of tourists who visit the Costa Blanca town of Benidorm miss one of its most delightful attractions. That great big rock that sticks out of the Mediterranean just over 3km’s from the coast is thought to be a piece of the Puig Campana mountain that towers over the town and coastline of Benidorm – the one with a hole in the top.
If you are looking for a new place to slip away and explore in the Javea area then you should plan a trip out to the Fuentes del Algar Waterfalls. This can make a great day trip as it is less than an hour from Javea.
Though Moraira thrives mostly on tourism these days, the area has been host to quite a long parade of humankind beginning, according to certain objects found on the Cap d’Or,
Benidorm has a reputation as one of the great party towns of Europe, with endless bars, places to eat, and all manor of entertainment, here is a quick overview of what the most popular resort in Spain has to offer visitors and holidaymakers travelling from Javea, which is only 40 minutes away by car.