La Granadella is a delightful, small, shingled beach which spans an area of 220 m in length. The beach is secluded, surrounded by pine trees and years gone by was a popular spot for smugglars. A sign of the quality of the beach is its Blue Flag award. Granadella beach is at the most southern area of Javea and is very popular with the locals at the weekeneds.
It's exquisite turquoise water is ideal for scuba diving and snorkeling. The beach has been adapted for diving and it also houses the Sailing Club of Javea.
It is only accessible by foot via a road that passes through a deep pine forest. However, there is parking nearby. Facilities include disabled access, a red cross, lifeguards, parking, toilets and showers. There are a couple of café-bars overlooking the beach.