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Calpe: a sight for your eyes

The most stunning countryside is out there. Get out and discover it!

Indulge your wanderlust, pick a route (not a routine), grab your compass and discover everything Calpe can offer you. Enjoy your holidays in one of the most exclusive locations on the Costa Blanca, an idyllic spot of white-sand beaches washed by crystalline waters. What more could you ask for?

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Beaches of Calpe

Calpe offers you 13 km of coastline, a total of 14 beaches and coves. Some have been awarded the Blue Flag and Q for Quality for their unique turquoise waters and fine golden sand.


The town of Calpe is located in Alicante province. To the south it borders the picturesque village of Altea, a town full of charm and history. A few kilometres further south, you have the well-known city of Benidorm, buzzing with leisure activities at any time of the day or night. Northwards, you come upon the beautiful town of Moraira, brimming with history as well as being a significant international tourist centre. 

Tourist points of interest

Calpe is a town with a fishing tradition that offers beaches, coves and cliffs of which the jewel is Rock of Ifach Natural Park, offering spectacular views of the Mediterranean. Las Salinas Natural Park, a breathtaking bay inhabited by over 173 bird species. El Penyal, Les Bassetes and El Racó are all worth a visit if you are a diving, fishing or sailing fan.

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