MumAbroad Jávea

 

Since the 1970s Jávea has been an extremely popular destination for affluent northern European expats and it is estimated that approximately 12,000 British people live in the area. Jávea is one of the most visited tourist destinations in Spain  with plenty to offer visitors such as a picturesque old town with gothic buildings, port and sandy beaches. As so many people choose to relocate to Jávea, integrating will not be a problem. English speaking doctors, dentists and specialists are readily available, and the friendly expats and locals are hugely welcoming. The environment is safe and peaceful, with a plethora of amenities including shops, restaurants and health services within walking distance. For families, you can take advantage of the parks, sports clubs and international schools.

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