Cuesta de San Antonio
This is one of the loveliest areas of Javea, thanks to its high altitude with great views of the entire bay. From any street, you can see the Mediterranean completely with the city’s most important beaches.
Close to Montgó Natural Park, the port and the sailing club, Cuesta San Antonio has numerous luxury villas. These houses enjoy a calm and peaceful location whilst still being well-connected to the rest of the town, including the port and the town centre.
Our EuroJavea Inmobiliaria office is located very close to this specific neighbourhood, close to the port. This means that we have considerable experience working with properties in this area. So, it’s no wonder our sales volume for the last two years in Cuesta San Antonio has been around €10 million. If you are looking to buy or sell a property here, we will be delighted to advise you.
1. What is Cuesta San Antonio?
It is one of the most exclusive neighbourhoods in Javea, boasting exceptional luxury houses and villas. Located between the flank of Montgó Park and the Port of Javea, this calm and safe neighbourhood offers great views of the sea and the bay.
2. Where does the name Cuesta San Antonio come from?
One of the characteristic features of the area of Javea is the tough rock formations, formed by sand dunes on the beaches around 100,000 years ago. The neighbourhood takes its name from one of these rocks, and according to legend, if you stand at the top of the Cuesta and look carefully enough, you will see Saint Anthony.
3. What are property owners living in this area looking for?
Apart from amazing views of the entire bay of Javea and unique sunrises, property owners here are looking for tranquillity. Similarly, the neighbourhood is close by to the sailing club and the fishing dock of Javea. It is fitting to also point out the great temperatures throughout the year thanks to its location towards the south.
4. What nationalities are home owners living in Cuesta San Antonio?
Although the majority of property owners have always been Spaniards, in recent years, there has been an increase in demand from buyers in Northern Europe, especially from the Netherlands, Germany and Switzerland. Currently, about half of the area’s residents are foreigners.
5. What style of houses can be found in Cuesta San Antonio?
The houses in this area are mostly white and maintain the typical elements of Javea’s rural architecture, as stone arches, wooden beams and clay tiles. Nevertheless, in recent years, there has been a great demand for more modern and state-of-the art construction.
6. How much does a villa in Cuesta San Antonio cost?
The biggest houses in Cuesta San Antonio are usually valued between €1,000,000 and almost €5,000,000.
7. What is the usual climate in Cuesta San Antonio?
Due to its location towards the south, this neighbourhood has a microclimate both in summer, thanks to the easterly winds, and in winter, when Cape San Antonio receives the northerly wind. This makes it one of the most sought-after areas for buyers seeking to live in Javea throughout the year. If you are one of them and you are interested, do not hesitate to contact us so that we can help you.
8. What are facilities like near Cuesta San Antonio?
Cuesta San Antonio is close the port of Javea and all its nearby services. The port is a lively area with plenty of tourist activities, such as the sailing club, La Grava Beach, the Church of Our Lady of Loreto, capes and grottos and numerous restaurants. Furthermore, the Montgó Natural Park is located just at the shoulder of Cuesta San Antonio.
9. What transport connections are close to Cuesta San Antonio?
Being located between Valencia and Alicante, Javea is well-connected to the transport links in both cities. It is just an hour and fifteen minutes away from Valencia Airport and one hour away from Alicante Airport. It is also close to other cities like Denia and Moraira.
10. What other areas have similar characteristics if it is not possible to buy a property in Cuesta San Antonio?
One particular noteworthy area is El Puchol, an area very close to the centre of Javea. However, it does not boast the same impressive views towards the Mediterranean. Similarly, the El Montgó area offers similar characteristics since it is a neighbourhood with a similar geographical location and climate to Cuesta San Antonio.