Jávea U3A

Useful Links

Useful Links

The following are some links that may be of interest to members of the Jávea U3A. More links will be added over time. Please suggest additional links that you feel will be of interest to U3A members by sending an email with the details to webmaster@u3ajavea.org.

There is no guarantee that the links will continue to work, so if you find problems please email the details as shown above.

U3A Related Links

Information on Residential Matters

Ciudadanos Extranjeros
(Resources and Information Guides in English).

Links to Local Web Sites

The Javea Players - excellent theatre productions. New members warmly welcomed.

The Benitachells Bowls Club - are always ready to welcome new and experienced bowlers to the club. They offer a free structured course for beginners. Membership can be purchased either on a fixed term basis or, for non-residents of Spain, a flexible membership that can be spread over a number of months. They offer members of Jávea U3A a discount of 5% off the fees during the first year.

British Sub-Aqua Club on the Costa Blanca. If you are interested in diving visit the BSAC website for details of diving activities on the Costa Blanca.

Jávea Bridge Club - Established in 1972. Avda de Paris, #2, Jávea.

Costa Blanca Business Association - CBBA

We are frequently asked by our members do we know a good plumber, electrician etc. You will find details of various businesses that have been tried and may be of assistance to you.

Sharing a Passion for Jávea - Jávea Amigos. Local Events and Activities, including CD Jávea football team.

Valencia Trader An ever-changing online magazine for English speakers in the region of Valencia Spain including events, things to do in Valencia, places to visit, Valencia property, flights to Valencia, Valencia car hire, football tickets and much more!

Rotary International FellowshipRotary International Fellowship (Costa Blanca North) has been in existence since 1986 to serve past and present rotarians whether they live here or are on holiday in the area.

Local Weather Links


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