Transfers to Javea
Javea is a coastal town in the province of Alicante, in the region known as the Costa Blanca. It is situated on the Mediterranean Sea and known for its beautiful beaches, scenic landscapes, and mild climate.
If you need a reliable and low-cost transfer from Alicante Airport to Javea, look no further! Book an airport transfer with Solhop now, then sit back, relax, and let us worry about the rest. We offer private transfers and can cater for individuals, families, and groups of various sizes.
5 reasons to book with Solhop
Punctuality and reliability are our top priorities. You can be safe in the knowledge that your driver will be waiting for you at Alicante Airport when you arrive. And, even more importantly, on your return journey, we will be with you right on time. You will be picked up from your accommodation and taken straight to the airport, ready for your flight home. But don't just take our word for it - have a look at the glowing recommendations we get from our customers on TripAdvisor.
In these uncertain times, you want maximum flexibility, just in case you need to change your plans at short notice. With Solhop, you can change or cancel your transfer free of charge right until the last minute. And we don't charge you a penny in advance: You simply pay your driver - in cash or by card - when you arrive at your destination.
Superior transfer vehicles at a low price:
We only use new and good-quality cars, like Mercedes E-class and V-class vehicles and that for a very reasonable price. And what's even better: We confirm the final cost of the transfer at the time of booking, so you won't need to haggle with the driver or worry about the taximeter ticking away.
Many years of experience and local expertise:
We have been operating our transfer business for over 10 years now. In the process, we have gained a great deal of expertise and developed all the relevant know-how. And, as we are based in Spain, we are able to ensure that all of our drivers are vetted and have plenty of experience.
Fantastic customer service:
We don't resell our transfer bookings, unlike many other companies on the net. We personally look after every step of the transfer process. We want to make sure that you have a great experience with us and we treat our customers like royalty.
"We had a very well organised taxi service, very well communicated with all relevant details texted to us. Waiting for us at airport and took all our luggage etc. Offered us options re travelling routes. Will gladly use again."
TripAdvisor review by mitch44_13, March 2023
What do I need to do?
You don't have to do much at all:
- Simply fill in the booking form at the top of the page and leave the rest to us. Completing the form will only take you a few minutes.
- Just make sure you have your flight number to hand, as this will allow us to keep an eye on your arrival time, in case of any flight delays.
What happens next?
- Once we have received your booking request, we will check your details and confirm your booking as soon as possible by email and text message.
- A day or so before you travel, we will send you a further email and text, including the telephone number of your assigned driver.
What happens when I arrive at Alicante Airport?
- When you arrive at the airport, your driver will already be waiting for you at the meeting point for transfer drivers, holding a sign with your name on it.
- Your booked transfer vehicle will be close by and fitted with any extras you have requested.
- In your private vehicle, your driver will take you straight to your holiday accommodation in Javea.
- On arrival at your destination, you pay your driver in cash or by card - whichever you prefer.
What do I need to do if my flight to Alicante Airport is delayed?
If your flight is delayed, don't worry! Your driver will monitor your flight and will be waiting for you at the right time when you land. In case of any lengthy delays, we will do our best to rearrange things, so that you still have a taxi waiting for you when you get there.
What about the return journey from Javea to Alicante Airport?
If you have booked a return journey with us, all you have to do is turn up at the pick-up point you specified in your booking form. We will see to everything else:
- You will receive a text message confirmation to your mobile phone around 24 hours before the time you are due to be collected.
- Your driver will pick you up from your holiday accommodation and take you straight to the departures area at Alicante Airport.
- On arrival at the airport, you pay your driver in cash or by card.
What is the cost of a taxi transfer from Alicante Airport to Javea?
A transfer from Alicante Airport to Javea costs €143 for up to 4 passengers. A minivan transfer for 8 passengers costs €163. A minibus transfer for up to 16 people is €223.
How far is it from Alicante Airport to Javea?
With a pre-booked transfer, the 99-kilometre-journey from Alicante Airport to Javea will take around 1 hour and 15 minutes. You will take the A-70 motorway around Alicante and then travel along the coast on the AP-7 Autopista del Mediterraneo. En route you will pass several towns and resorts, including El Campello, Villajoyosa, Benidorm, Altea, and Calpe. On this scenic journey, you will have beautiful views of the Mediterranean sea as well as the surrounding mountain ranges.
"Driver waited despite our flights being delayed and having some of our luggage lost. With all that, my husband also forgot his backpack in the car, but the driver dropped it off at our hotel the next day!"
TripAdvisor review by Valerie B, March 2023
Are there other transfer options from Alicante Airport to Javea?
You can take the Alsa bus from Alicante Airport, which costs € 15.70 for a single ticket. However, there is no direct connection to Javea and you will need to change buses in Benidorm, which increases your journey time. Depending on your connection, the bus journey from Alicante Airport to Javea will take you between 2h 15min and 4h 45min.
Is it possible to get a transfer from Javea to other destinations?
What is the cost of a taxi transfer from Javea to Calpe?
A transfer from Javea to Calpe costs €81 for up to four passengers. A minivan transfer for seven passengers is €107. The drive takes around 40 minutes for the 24 kilometres along the CV-741, and through the small town of Teulada.
How much is a taxi transfer from Javea to Benidorm?
A transfer from Javea to Benidorm costs €79 for up to four passengers. A minivan transfer for seven passengers costs €90. The drive in a southerly direction on the AP-7 motorway, takes just under 45 minutes (45.8 km). You will be travelling past the towns of Benissa and Calpe. From there, the journey leads through the Altea Hills and then down into Benidorm.
How much is a transfer from Javea to Valencia and how long is the journey?
A day trip to Valencia, Spain's third-largest city, is a good option, as it will only take you around 1 hour and 20 minutes to get there from Javea. A Premium Saloon for up to 4 passengers for a taxi transfer from Javea to Valencia is €169. A Premium Minivan for a maximum of 7 people costs €194.
The journey to Valencia on the AP-7 motorway is around 113 kilometres. This motorway is part of the European route E-15, which runs all the way from Inverness in Scotland to Algeciras in Spain. Your route from Javea to Valencia will take you north along the Costa del Azahar (Orange Blossom Coast), past the towns of Oliva and Gandia. About halfway through your journey, the road leads further inland through a mountainous region, before dropping back down, closer to the coast, where you will reach Valencia.
Things to do in Javea
This beautiful part of the town with its quaint narrow streets and attractive sandstone buildings is rich in history and well worth a visit.
The market is held in the old town on a Thursday.
San Bartolome Church
Javea's Gothic church in the town centre dates back to the 15th century.
Javea port and marina
This is a working port where you can watch the local fishermen bring in their catches, look at the sailing boats, and enjoy some delicious fresh seafood in one of the restaurants.
Playa El Arenal - Javea beach and promenade
Javea's Blue Flag sandy beach is ideal for swimming and relaxing. The promenade with plenty of shops, bars and restaurants is a great place to visit during the day or to enjoy the hustle and bustle at night-time.
Why is Javea sometimes called Xabia?
There are two languages spoken in the region. Castellano or Castilian is the official language that is used all across Spain. Valenciano is only spoken in the Valencian Community, where it is recognised as the second official language. Javea is the Castilian name for the town. In the local language, it is called Xabia.
Do you have questions?
For more information, please have a look at our FAQ page. In case of further questions, please feel free to contact us