Sunday, March 22nd, 2020 | Author:

The visitor arrives at the Creu del Portitxol , at the backwater of the coast, at the area that was a natural anchorage in ancient times.
However, when you look up, it will probably be very difficult for you to remove it from the scene that represents the barge stranded a few meters away: the island of Portitxol de Javea, an islet that reaches 300 meters in diameter, which came to be inhabited and where indeed, some burials have been discovered.

Portichol de JáveaExceptional cove from where the island of Portitxol is discovered, where tradition indicates that there were iron mines. Ideal place for scuba diving.

Physical Description: Narrow undeveloped beach, 600 x 8 m. coarse grain golden sand and stones, moderate waves, transparent waters, medium occupation, rough terrain, close to the Portichol Urbanization, it has restaurants, services, showers, toilets, telephones, beach cleaning and litter bins.

Access:By car from Jávea towards Cabo de la Nao, after traveling 8 km. Approximately take a detour to the left towards the La Barraca restaurant, park in its vicinity, from that point continue on foot down a panoramic path that reaches the beach winding through the urbanization that occupies the downslope.

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