Valencia train station transfer connects to the beautiful costal resort of Javea.
Javea, also known by its Valencian name, Xabia, in the Costa Blanca region in Alicante.
The town has three main areas namely Javea old town, Javea port, & the beach area. The old town has not changed much and is a maze of narrow winding streets with homes that have wrought iron balconies and windows in gothic style.
There are many ancient churches and other structures. The harbor and fishing port has numerous restaurants and bars overlooking the sea. The Arenal beach area is the main commercial and recreation centre of the town.
Once you arrive on your Valencia airport transfer you will understand why the imposing sight of Montgo Mountain has lured climbers from Javea for decades. Luckily, there are routes for all abilities – an easy one is the Racó del Bou trail where French heather lines the route, and owls, badgers and rabbits share the varied terrain. Harder trails take you across pine forests and croplands – walkers can expect to be on the mountain for between 3 and 7 hours.
For your Valencia train station transfer once you leave the train, proceed to the arrivals hall, where your uniformed driver will be waiting to transfer you to your chosen destination in Javea.
We use beniconect all the time the express that is a little more expensive but you know there is ever only 4 drop offs or pickups taking you straight to or from the airport help you with your bags pleasant drivers most speak a little English so that helps would recommend them to anyone
Booked return private coach transfer from airport to Villa. New modern coach with AC, free WiFi and USB charging ports. Coach ready at airport, no waiting around and on return collected on time. Both drivers were very courteous and helpful. Took the stress out of the transfer. We use again, highly recommend.
I have used this service twice already and will definitely use again in the future. Will not hesitate to recommend. Drivers are very helpful and friendly, helped me with my luggage. I had to wait a bit on my arrival at the airport for other passengers from their flights but overall the travel (from arriving to the bus stop at the airport to the destination in Calpe) took just about 15 minutes longer than by taxi at a fraction of taxi price. On the way from Calpe to the airport it was about the same time as taxi. Oh, and wi-fi is available on board.
I booked on line after reading several recommendations on TripAdvisor. I booked a mini bus transfer for 10 people.The booking was process was quick and easy. I got confirmation immediately with a reminder just before we travelled. The check in desk is right in front of you when come come into arrivals. I confirmed my name and destination, our driver was there. I agreed our pick up time for the return journey. Then our driver took us down 2 escalators and the vehicle was there. Within a couple of minutes we were on our way. The vehicle looked brand new and we had plenty of space. The air conditioning worked perfectly. It took 45 minutes from Alicante to Benidorm and we were dropped right outside our apartments. I received an email to confirm our pick up arrangements and the mini bus arrived bang on time and the return journey was just as smooth. The whole experience couldn't have been better and we paid £18 return per person which we were very pleased with.
Booked online via there website by card 5 days before we were due to leave whilst staying at our resort in Villajoyosa for our transport to Alicante airport - our pick up point was at `Hotel Allon` some 500 yards away from our apartment (which was great) - the express shuttle bus was on time + had music and aircon = for 16 euros per person (one way trip) = good value. Tip;- when booking - give them as much info as possible - like baggage length/weight, your actual flight times & flight number + time you would prefer to be at the airport to avoid any mishaps/communication issues = easy trouble free service to use.