Calpe

Calpe


Under the watchful eye of the highest cliff in the Mediterranean, the Peñón de Ifach, Calpe has grown on both sides of the Gran Roca (‘Great Rock’), a symbol and icon of the Costa Blanca. Its reputation as a tourist destination since the 1930s is mostly due to its beaches, with their fine sand and clean waters.

Traces of the municipality’s past remain in its old town and in curiosities such as the ruins of the Baños de la Reina (The Queen’s Baths), as well as in some of the old salt mines. Its fishing port provides a very lively atmosphere with nearby restaurants where you can try local fish and seafood.

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