Category Archives: Javea Videos
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.
Here is another professional video from the team of Director Torben Thøger and presenter Natalia Hansson from UP NOW Costa Blanca This time they turn their attention to the Jalon Valley and the inland town of Benissa.
Those clever people at UP NOW Costa Blanca, Director Torben Thøger, and presenter Natalia Hansson bring us another great little documentary about the Northern Costa Blanca, this time they turn their attention to the twin towns of Moraira and Teulada.
Director Torben Thøger and presenter Natalia Hansson have produced another fine professional documentary Dénia – The Place to Live and Visit. – TV Documentary 2017. This time they turn their attention to Javea’s neighbouring town Denia.
Here is a Javea TV documentary created by local producers Torben Thoger Productions & UP NOW Costa Blanca
This is a very good documentary that gives an all-round view of the town and coast of Javea. There are interviews with local business people about living and working in the area, as well as contributions from Spanish and foreign locals, as well as insights from others, such as Javea’s mayor José Chulvi.
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.
I decided to take a trip down to the beach to spend an hour people watching and to take a few snaps of the day.
It is a beautiful sunny day in Javea with temperatures hovering just below 20 degrees in the afternoon bringing out a lot of families to enjoy the pleasures of Javea’s main beach area.
The Costa Blanca boasts so many inviting beaches that describing them in suitably glowing terms becomes quite challenging. However most beach-goers enjoy a challenge and that must be why so many of them have posted glowing reviews of this particular one of Javea’s nine beaches – Playa Ambolo.
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.
Though the Lady Elizabeth school does not use the word ‘international’ in its title, this exceptional independently funded school is amongst the top echelon of international schools in Spain. The Junior school was opened in 1987, the Senior school a little later, in the 1990s.
The Cova de Barranc del Migdia, referred to in English as the Cave of the Barranc del Migida, is unusual in that it was accidently discovered. Today the cave is under careful investigation and the site of archaeological excavations, but it wasn’t known until April of 1989 when a group from the Gata Caving Club stumbled into its opening.