The final approach to this site emerges from the bustle of the town and is decorated with palm, orange and pine trees, the latter playing host to a colony of parakeets. English is spoken at reception. The neat, boxed hedges and palms within the site and its backdrop of hills dotted with villas presents an attractive setting. Three hectares provide space for 214 numbered pitches with 193 for touring units. Flat, level and rectangular in shape, the pitches vary in size (60-80 sq.m). All pitches have a granite chip surface and 8A electricity. The restaurant provides great food, way above normal campsite standards.
Some pitches have artificial shade, although for most the pruned eucalyptus and pepper trees suffice. The area has a large number of British residents. Besides being popular for a summer holiday, Camping Jávea is open all year and could be of interest to those that wish to winter in an excellent climate. Discounts can make an extended stay extremely viable.