An authentic southern Spanish art form, Flamenco music can be best explained by dividing it into three forms – Cane the song, Baile the dance, and Guitarra the guitar. Many diverse cultural countries once dominated Spain therefore Spanish music has been influenced by a myriad of cultures, for example, the fathers of Spanish music could easily be the Gypsies, other influences included the Tartessos and the Muslims.
In the history of Spain and Spanish civilization there were enough violent actions with dramatic conquests and defeats to make a fantastic computer game, or better still, a fabulous Festival. Spaniards in general tend to be enthusiastic, adventurous and volatile; perhaps it has something to do with the climate. Far more than weather, however, the historical heritage of today’s Spanish people is a huge factor, which also accounts for one of the most beloved and elaborate of Spain’s many festivals.
The Canal de la Fontana runs through the community of Javea and was formally the Rio Gorgos river mouth before it was diverted to the Port area. While the Canal is quite scenic and adds charm for sure to the streets of the city, it also has a practical use as it has been utilised for over five decades to moor small boats. In fact, small boats line the sides of the Canal that has been recently been remodelled. The end result is more space for practical use and more decorative banks and bridges to make it a more pedestrian friendly area.
Javea has been blessed with more than its share of gorgeous shoreline, but for the quintessential beach qualities dear to the hearts of Northern Europeans in general, Arenal Beach stands head and shoulders above all the rest. Arenal has everything a beach-lover could want, with the possible exception of those who prefer solitude with their sand, sun and clear, clean salt water.
January 5th 2017 was a great day for little ones and families down at the port in Javea as thousands of people came down to enjoy the arrival of the Three Kings bearing gifts of sweets and candy for hundreds of eager children lining the streets leading into the town.
Javea is very fond of its festivals, like every Spanish city and town and village and hamlet – anywhere people are gathered in a community large or small. Festivals may be based on ancient traditions or they may have been instigated in recent years; in fact it sometimes seems that festivals are their own reason, just a fine excuse for a party.
Any seaport town has some built-in attractions just by virtue of being located at the edge of an ocean, but from the perspective of a visitor looking for pure enjoyment,
Javea town has one traditional cinema still operating, it is located at.
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Port Area , Javea
The Montgo Xabia Rock festival has confirmed some of the line-up for the May 12th and 13th 2017 concerts. The lead act so far confirmed is Leiva who was formally a member of Pereza.