The Costa Blanca offers its visitors the very best tourist amenities, there are excellent sandy beaches, beautiful scenery and plenty of watersports.
The resort of Calpe has plenty to see and do, the town has two main sandy beaches for you to enjoy they are linked by a long promenade.
Here you can laze on the beach, have a swim or try out the various watersports. Around the coastline you will find bays which are ideal diving locations.
There are approximately 5km of impressive cliffs, the Rock of Ifach rises out of the sea it is about 332mt high, to protect its unique vegetation and numerous species of birds who use it as a nesting place it is now a nature reserve.
The town has deep maritime customs and the fishing port come to life in the afternoon when the boats come in and offload their catch. The fish is then auctioned at the Fish Market. You should try out the fresh sea food in the fishing port restaurants.
Calpe has a choice of shops for you to browse around and holds an open air market on a Saturday. There are many restaurants with a variety of menus to choose from.Calpe is a town full of history and culture, there are museums to visit.
The Old Town has picturesque small streets to wander around and explore where you will find bars and restaurants, a relaxing and lovely spot to spend a summer evening.
If you need a change from the pool or beach and want to get out and about a visit to the Cactuslandia may be of interest. Here there are tropical trees, 1000 different species of cactus plus several types of exotic birds.
Other places of interest you may want to see are the Caves of Canelobre situated about 60km from Calpe.You can admire the many varied forms the rocks have adapted there are some spectacular shapes.
Nightlife here is quieter than Benidorm which is about 20 minutes drive away, however in Calpe you will find a variety of entertainment and can enjoy the discos, bars and restaurants around the town and resort. Calpe is a beautiful and relaxing holiday location and is suitable for all age groups.