• With a coast line of 23 km, El Campello offers a varied and attractive coast. Next to the port and in the old fisherman’s area, the Carrer la Mar beach, regenerated with fine golden sand, runs parallel to the pedestrian promenade. This promenade, together with the port walk, form the leisure and entertainment centre. Finally Muchavista beach extends to the south along more than 3 km before merging into San Juan beach. And at its extreme north there are cliffs and secluded coves with translucent waters.

    The defence and preservation of our coasts has received the blue flag recognition, and thanks to the environmental management system of the Beaches and coves hold the ISO 14.001 and ISO 9.001 Certifications for the environmental quality, for the quality of its waters, the upkeep and cleanliness of its surroundings and for its services and facilities.

    This extensive collection of beaches, together with some exceptional climate conditions throughout the year make this enclave an ideal place for doing all kinds of water sports developed by the Club Náutico and association and businesses specialising in fishing, scuba-diving, windsurfing...



  • L'Horta-Mutxavista Beach

    Muchavista beach is an extensive beach with fine, golden sand over 3 km long and 80 m wide. As with Carrer la Mar beach, it has been awarded the Blue Flag by the European Community.


  • Carrer la Mar Beach

    The Carrer la Mar beach is the town’s main beach. Located next to the fisherman’s quarter near the ‘La Illeta’ watchtower, the port and Club Naútico, it is today the town’s principle tourist...

  • Platja de l'Almadrava - El Campello

    Almadrava beach is a small, urban beach 600 m in length. A coarse sand beach, it is located very close to the archaeological site of La Illeta dels Banyets and can be reached by walking along the...

  • Platja de l'Amerador

    Semi-natural cove of stones of 800 m long and 20 m wide, Amerador Beach is a semi-natural shingle beach with peaceful waters.

    The name “Amerador” stems from local farmers’ bygone practice...

  • Img 1: Cala d'Enmig

    Cala d’Enmig is a remote cove of fine sand surrounded by two cliffs which help to create an intimate and peaceful atmosphere. Although located in an area which is not very built up, it is easily...

  • Platja Barranc d'Aigües - El Campello

    Barranc d’Aigües beach is a natural beach of stones located nearby a beautiful protected natural area, the Lloma de Reixes, at the foot of the Lloma de Reixes Watchtower.

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    Also known locally as Coveta Fumá. The shallow waters of this cove of fine sand make the Cala del Morro Blanco a wonderful place for families. Thanks to its clear waters and marine flora and fauna...

  • Cala Baeza
    Formerly known as Cala la Merced or El Portet de la Merced, this small shingle cove has a bygone, unspoilt feel thanks to its small port. *Swimming not recommended*
    Getting there:

    By Tram: Stop - Venta Lanuza

    By Bus C-2 (desde El Campello): Parada - C/ Altea, 96




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  • Img 1: Cala Lanuza

    The Cala de les Palmeretes is a small cove of fine sand and pebble with crystal-clear waters. The perfect place for swimming, diving and/or fishing, it is also one of the less busy beaches and...

  • Cala Piteres_El-Campello_Alicante_Costa-Blanca_Comunitat-Valenciana

    Cala Piteres has clear waters and is a perfect place for diving and water sports.

    Getting there:

    By Tram: Stop - Cala Piteres



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