• With small, rocky coves and wide, urban, fine sandy beaches, Calpe has a wide variety of attractive coastline where transparent waters are the order of the day. Its beautiful, peaceful coves include Les Bassetes, to the north - a natural shelter that provides perfect conditions for learning to sail and an interesting sea bed carpeted with underwater plants perfect for divingr. The local diving club and sailing school ensure safe conditions for both activities.

    La Fossa and El Arenal beaches offer a bustling contrast with a complete range of services, well-cared for promenade and summer rental facilities for windsurf, pedal boats and jet ski equipment.

    The activities also include the yacht club's sailing school, the diving centre at Puerto Blanco and a golf club, all overlooked by the enormous rock 332 metres high - the Peñón de Ifach nature reserve: a challenge for all rock climbing enthusiasts.

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Playas:

  • Img 1: Del Penyal
    A small natural cove at the foot of the impressive mass of the Peñón de Ifach, suitable for both skin-diving and fishing.
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  • Img 1: Puerto Blanco

    Wide sandy and gravel inlet sheltered in its southern extreme by the northern dike of the small Puerto Blanco port, which includes a well-known international diving centre called España...

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  • El Racó

    A small stony beach cove, closed at the south end by the northern dike of Calpe's port, located at the foot of the Peñón...

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  • Img 1: Racó del Corv / El Collao
    Small natural creek with gravel and boulders located at the northern foot of Morro de Toix only accessible by sea.
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  • Les Urques
    Rustic creek with gravel and boulder located in the southern extreme of the big inlet formed by the Peñón de Ifach and the Morro de Toix.
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  • Arenal-Bol Beach

    More than two kilometres of beach with fine and golden sand and clear waters, splashed with small palms give and special attraction to this urban beach, one of the most crowded in...

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  • Img 1: Les Bassetes
    Beautiful creek shaped by a tongue of land being the borderline between two towns, to such an extent that on its northern extreme is a yacht club belonging to the municipality of Benissa, whereas on...
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  • Img 1: Calalga
    Accessible through a steep path starting from the residential area with its name. It is a quiet creek with sand, gravel and boulders where it is possible to enjoy bathing without crowds.
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  • Cantal Roig

    Small creek with urban aspect and fine sand placed in the south of the fishing port. Very nearly are the...

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  • Img 1: Gasparet
    This small and quiet natural creek with gravel and boulders is only accessible by sea and has as background the silhouette of Sierra de Toix.
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