Viewpoints in Javea

When you are going to travel to Javea from Alicante and Valencia Airport you have various options of transport. You can choose to rent a car, take a private airport transfer, use a public bus shuttle, or a taxi service. Javea travel guide give you the best options of how to get to Javea from Alicante and Valencia Airport.

Javea is situated on the most easterly point of mainland Spain about 100 kms from Valencia and 90 kms from Alicante. The most popular Javea airport choice for visitors to Javea is to fly into Alicante airport which has the most flight options with many low-cost carriers offering services. To drive to Javea is about 70 minutes from Alicante Airport and 1 hour and 30 min from Valencia Airport. There is also a third transfer option to Javea which is to fly into Corvera Murcia Airport which is 185 km to the south with a transfer time of 120 minutes.

How to get to Javea from Alicante-Elche Airport

Alicante Airport

Alicante Airport – Aeropuerto de Alicante-Elche ( ALC ), is located in Elx, 11 km southwest of Alicante. The airport is also called El Altet after the El Altet district in Elx. Here, 80% of the traffic is international traffic. El Altet has undergone extensive development from 2005 to 2011. Following the redevelopment, Alicante Airport has become one of Spain’s most modern airports with a capacity of 20 million passengers. The airport is one of the 50 busiest in Europe, serving about 9 million passengers annually.

El Altet Airport is the 6th busiest airport in Spain, and among the 50 busiest in all of Europe. The new airport was opened on 23 March 2011. The airport currently has a passenger mass of 9 million a year, but has a capacity of 20 million. Today’s terminal is 333,500 square meters. This new terminal building is on six floors together, with a new parking space on six floors and a total area of 122,500 square meters. Read more about how to get to Javea from Alicante Airport

Option 1: Rent a car and drive to Javea

If you need a rental car at Alicante Airport, it is easiest to book it for pickup when you arrive at the airport in Alicante. Then you can easily return it when you travel back to your home country, and you avoid alternative transport to and from Alicante Airport. We always recommend using a car hire company that has a depot at Alicante Airport, but also has a local office in Javea. Because if you have any problems with the car like a puncture or a breakdown, you can get everything arranged locally in Javea, and don’t have to drive all the way to the Airport to change the car. See the Blanca Cars Rent a Car website for more information. You can also use the quote form below to get a quote for your next trip to Alicante Airport. Read more about rent a car in Javea

How to drive to Javea from Alicante Airport

Jávea is about a 70 minute drive using the A-7 motorway (which is now toll-free) to Junction 62 (Ondara | Dénia | Jávea / Xàbia) and then following the signs to Jávea / Xàbia. You can also exit the A-7 motorway in Benissa and driver through Teulada and Benitachell to Javea. Both routes takes about the same time.

Direct link to map: https://goo.gl/maps/tEJkWyvnwkDXCeGk8

Option 2: Private transfer from Alicante Airport to Javea

A private airport transfer service is much cheaper than in most places in Europe, but there are still major differences between the various transport companies. Most people order airport transfers from Alicante Airport to Javea on internet. It is easy and in most cases cheaper than booking at arrival in Alicante Airport. In addition, the selection is much larger. Use our comparison service to get the best deal on airport transfers in Javea. We compare prices from Spain’s leading companies, then you can choose which car, bus or taxi you want.

Option 3: Taxi from Alicante Airport to Javea

Taking a taxi from Alicante airport to Javea is the most expensive transfer option but also the most convenient because immediately outside the arrivals hall at Alicante airport is the taxi rank with taxis available 24 hours a day and a trip to Javea costs approx 150 to 170 Euro. Taxis can be found outside the arrival hall. There are also a number of private companies who operate between the airport and resorts along the Costa Blanca. You should make sure that they are legally registered to do so. Your taxi fare could also be higher if you happen to live on a national holiday in Spain of which there are many.

How to get to Javea from Valencia Airport

Valencia Airport

Valencia Airport ( VLC ) is an airport located 9 km west of Valencia city center. The airport mainly serves business passengers to and from Valencia as well as tourists to the Costa del Azahar and Costa Blanca North. The airport was officially opened in 1933, and today has 2 terminals. Valencia Airport serves 4.7 million passengers annually (2012).

Nearly 35 airlines have direct flights from Valencia Airport to 41 destinations. However, half of the flights go to the Spanish capital Madrid. Of the international routes, England, Germany, Italy and France are represented. Read more about how to get to Javea from Valencia Airport

Option 1: Rent a car and drive to Javea

If you need a rental car at Valencia Airport, it is easiest to book it for pickup when you arrive at the airport in Valencia. Then you can easily return it when you travel back to your home country, and you avoid alternative transport to and from Valencia Airport. We always recommend using a car hire company that has a depot at Valencia Airport, but also has a local office in Javea. Because if you have any problems with the car like a puncture or a breakdown, you can get everything arranged locally in Javea, and don’t have to drive all the way to the Airport to change the car. See the Blanca Cars Rent a Car website for more information. You can also use the quote form below to get a quote for your next trip to Valencia Airport.

How to drive to Javea from Valencia Airport

Jávea is about a 1 hour and 20 min drive using the motorway to Junction 62 (Ondara | Dénia | Jávea / Xàbia) and then following the signs to Jávea / Xàbia.

Direct link to map: https://goo.gl/maps/wLGwpu4f5iw54aCd7



Option 2: Private transfer from Valencia Airport to Javea

A private airport transfer service is much cheaper than in most places in Europe, but there are still major differences between the various transport companies. Most people order airport transfers from Valencia Airport to Javea on internet. It is easy and in most cases cheaper than booking at arrival in Valencia Airport. In addition, the selection is much larger. Use our comparison service to get the best deal on airport transfers in Javea. We compare prices from Spain’s leading companies, then you can choose which car, bus or taxi you want.



Option 3: Taxi from Valencia Airport to Javea

Taking a taxi from Valencia airport to Javea is the most expensive transfer option but also the most convenient because immediately outside the arrivals hall at Valencia airport is the taxi rank with taxis available 24 hours a day and a trip to Javea costs approx 150 to 170 Euro. Taxis can be found outside the arrival hall. There are also a number of private companies who operate between the airport and resorts along the Costa Blanca North. You should make sure that they are legally registered to do so. Your taxi fare could also be higher if you happen to live on a national holiday in Spain of which there are many.

How to get to Javea from Murcia-Corvera Airport

Murcia-Corvera Airport

Región de Murcia International Airport informally also known as Murcia-Corvera, is an international airport in southeast Spain. It opened in January 2019 and replaced Murcia–San Javier Airport. It is situated between the villages of Corvera, Los Martínez del Puerto and Valladolises within the municipality of Murcia. The airport has a single passenger terminal of 28,500 m2 and a single runway 3,000 metres long and 45 metres wide. Its initial capacity is 3 million passengers and 23,000 movements per year, with options for subsequent increase to 5 million passengers.  Read more about how to get to Javea from Corvera Airport

Option 1: Rent a car and drive to Javea

If you need a rental car at Corvera Airport, it is easiest to book it for pickup when you arrive at the airport in ia. Then you can easily return it when you travel back to your home country, and you avoid alternative transport to and from Valencia Airport. We always recommend using a car hire company that has a depot at Corvera Airport, but also has a local office in Javea. Because if you have any problems with the car like a puncture or a breakdown, you can get everything arranged locally in Javea, and don’t have to drive all the way to the Airport to change the car.

How to drive to Javea from Corvera Airport

Jávea is about a 2 hours and 10 min drive using the motorway to Junction 62 (Ondara | Dénia | Jávea / Xàbia) and then following the signs to Jávea / Xàbia. You can also exit the A-7 motorway in Benissa and driver through Teulada and Benitachell to Javea. Both routes takes about the same time.

Direct link to map: https://goo.gl/maps/wQdJqZL8yEt2Jg6P8

Option 2: Private transfer from Corvera Airport to Javea

A private airport transfer service is much cheaper than in most places in Europe, but there are still major differences between the various transport companies. Most people order airport transfers from Corvera Airport to Javea on internet. It is easy and in most cases cheaper than booking at arrival in Corvera Airport. In addition, the selection is much larger. Use our comparison service to get the best deal on airport transfers in Javea. We compare prices from Spain’s leading companies, then you can choose which car, bus or taxi you want.

Option 3: Taxi from Corvera Airport to Javea

Taking a taxi from Corvera airport to Javea is the most expensive transfer option but also the most convenient because immediately outside the arrivals hall at Corvera airport is the taxi rank with taxis available 24 hours a day and a trip to Javea costs approx 250 euro. Taxis can be found outside the arrival hall. There are also a number of private companies who operate between the airport and resorts along the Costa Blanca North. You should make sure that they are legally registered to do so. Your taxi fare could also be higher if you happen to live on a national holiday in Spain of which there are many.