The gravel beach of Javea is located in the town of Javea Harbour, also known as sea customs. As its name indicates this beach is gravel, although some small areas is dominated by sand with gravel. Its waters are clear and crystal clear throughout the year so this is one of the three beaches of Javea which has the blue flag award. In the beach of gravel does not tend to practice water sports since this very sheltered by the port jetties and the wind is almost always zero, for this same reason nor is diving area for its shallow and being so close to the port area.
The beach of gravel, has a length of 290m and an average occupancy in the summer months, some of the services offered to tourists is surveillance and rescue by Red Cross and health post for any incident. Other services provided are the rent of hammocks, umbrellas and inflatable platform with slides for children.
Along the promenade that runs along the beach you will find plenty of restaurants, cafes, clothing stores and some hotels. It has few meters from the beach of gravel can be found the Church of the Virgin of the Loreto, whose construction is modern and in its interior we can see the inverted boat-shaped roof.
The port of Javea is located several metres from the beach of gravel, there you can see the sailors fishing in their boats, and land if visitors wish also you may purchase all products of our Bay. The Cabo de San Antonio is one of the protagonists as its beauty throughout the entire Bay can be seen from the port.