The most Easterly peninsular in Spain, this cliff-top light house commands insta-worthy views of sea, cliffs and sky.
A cliff top peninsular, famous for its working light house and beautiful seascapes, which on a clear day carry the eye across the Med to the island of Ibiza. A winding 15-minute drive from the Arenal beachfront will transport you into a peaceful refuge of plant dotted cliffs, whirling sea birds and big open skies. A Summertime experience not to be missed is a table on the hanging balcony of the Mirador restaurant. This is not for the fainthearted or for guests with vertigo, but if you can conquer your fears it’s one for the memory banks!
JH Loves: Visiting the point on a clear Summer’s evening to watch the sunset towards Calpe’s famous ‘Ilfach’ rock.
Faro Cabo de La Nao, Ctra. Cabo La Nao, 03730 Jávea (Restaurant Mirador Jávea, call t: 965 770 811 for opening hours).