Three of the most wonderful sites that can be recommended for an itinerary in Javea are:
- Ca Lambert: The building of this current cultural center goes back to the mid-nineteenth century. It belonged to the local bourgeoisie, dedicated to the passage industry.
- Hermitage of the Holy Christ of Calvary: It is located north of the urban nucleus and its construction dates back to the second half of the 18th century, although it was renovated in the XIX. From the set highlights the glazed blue tile dome.
- Hermitage of Saint Lucia: This is one of those places to visit in the vicinity of Jávea, very close to the town. It is about the evitties of conquest erected in Jávea towards the XV and XVI centuries. It is located on the cusp of the hill of the same name and can only be reached through a simple and easy path, from which an incredible panorama of the municipality is observed, with the Cape of San Antonio to the left and that of San Martín A the right.