Towns and cities - Alicante Costa Blanca


Located at the foot of a sierra, halfway along a valley, Crevillente maintains the typically complex urban layout of its Islamic origins. The neighbourhood of cave dwellings contrast with the modernity of the newer districts. Surrounded by greenery, it is proud of its traditions, and culture, making its principal activity an art form. Crevillent belongs to the region of the Baix Vinalopó together with Elche and Santa Pola. Six separate community entities or "pedanías": are included within its territory San Felipe Neri, The Realengo, The Barrio de la Estación, The Casicas, El Rincón de los Pablos and the Barranco de San Cayetano.

Its territory of 103,29 square kilometres, is situated to the south of the province, beneath the Sierra de Crevillent, which makes up the Subbética Mountain. The maximum heights of the region can be found separating Cuenca del Segura and the coastal plain of the South of the Hondones and the Vinalopó Valley to the North, the district is furrowed by several ravines such as The Castellar, San Cayetano and The Barranc Fort.

  • Address:
  • Ayuntamiento de Crevillent
  • Calle Mayor, 9
  • 03330
  • Crevillent
  • Phone numbers:
    • +34 965 40 15 26
  • Area: El Baix Vinalopó
  • Touristic area: Alicante Costa Blanca
  • Altitude: 130
  • How to get here:
  • The A-7 motorway and the Nacional 340 and 325 go directly to the population. 3 kilometres from the urban centre Crevillente has a railway station on the line that runs Alicante - Murcia, with daily services. Located just 15 kilometres from Altet airport, to which must be added its proximity to the city of Alicante, allowing easy access to port services and infrastructure. One of Crevillent 's strategic elements is its geo-territorial location, which awards it an especially privileged variety of different connections.

Town gallery

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