The first thing that investors not about Jávea is the lack of high-rise buildings. Local urban planning regulations restrict building height to five floors. The town has resisted the urge of concrete massification and therefore offers a more inclusive feel where all can celebrate its nature, coastal areas, trails and activities.

Jávea was among the first locations on the Costa Blanca to see a rebound in real estate prices.

As far back as 2015, and according to Spain’s national statistical office, the average price of properties in Jávea rose by 4.2%. The trend has continued, with prices increasing nearly 10 per cent this year.

As with the majority of coastal property in Spain, here in Jávea, beachside real estate enjoys the highest valuation per square metre.