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Speaking of Calpe is talking about rest, tranquility and disconnection, but also about fun, nature, history and sport. Quality of life is, therefore, synonymous with this small paradise located on the Costa Blanca. However, many will ask what are the best corners and things to see in Calpe. Pursuing crabs, sunbathing on its beaches, playing with the waves of the Mediterranean, enjoying amazing views or walking through its cobbled streets can be very entertaining, but this place on the Alicante coast has many activities and enclaves that are worth discovering. Its quality beaches boast blue flag that proves it. White fine sand or rounded bowls occupy the 13 kilometers of Calpe coast, which are divided into 14 beaches and coves sheltered by the turquoise Mediterranean. The beaches of La Fossa and Arenal-Bol or the Calalga and El Racó coves are the best known.
The nature of Calpe provides excellent opportunities for sports. Its crystalline waters are ideal for scuba diving and to get to know the incredible pools of Posidonia populated by native maritime fauna. On them, in addition, you can have fun doing sailing, rowing or windsurfing.
On the other hand, mountain lovers will enjoy wonderful hiking and cycling routes in which they will come into direct contact with the natural landscape of Calpe. An oasis in the middle of the town of Calpe. Such are Las Salinas, a natural environment inhabited by 173 species of birds, among which are flamingos and storks. The origins of this salt exploitation go back to the thirteenth century and, although today they are no longer the source of salt that they were at the time, it is one of the favorite places for Calpe visitors. And being photographed in this beautiful natural place has no waste.
Spending a few days in Calpe requires energy. To do this, the stomachs should never be empty, and that is an easy task in this place. Mediterranean cuisine is undoubtedly one of the best to delight the palate and in Calpe you can enjoy tasty dishes cooked with monkfish, mackerel, octopus or sardines caught in its bay. However, the star dish of this town is the arròs del Senyoret, but you can not miss the sweet and salty cocas cooked with firewood in the ovens of the city.
What to do in Calpe with children? The options are unbeatable! Amusement parks, group excursions by sea and mountains, interactive and playful activities or popular cultural festivals make this place on the Costa Blanca a wonderful place to spend a few days with the little ones of the house. The locality, in addition, is conditioned with all type of comforts, green zones, activities of leisure or small traveling fairs that turn it into a great familiar tourist destiny.
Strolling through the cobblestone streets of this small fishing village in the Mediterranean is a very pleasant experience. If you want to make this tour, we recommend that you start your journey in the Forat de la Mar, an urban alley where fishermen entered and left and that, at present, gives way to the Arpebal de Calpe. Once here, your eyes will discover small treasures in the paved asphalt, the narrow alleys, the remains of the wall and the long hand-painted staircase, symbol of the old quarter of this town, where the good atmosphere prevails.
This municipality is located in a privileged area of the Valencian Community: the Costa Blanca. Why? Because the corners that visit multiply in this Mediterranean coast. Bathing in the cold waters of Les Fonts de l'Algar in Callosa d'en Sarrià, getting lost in the incredible Guadalest valley, strolling through the streets of Altea guarded by the gleaming white facades, enjoying nature in its purest form in the park of the Montgó de Denia or tour the spectacular coves of Jávea are just some examples.
Since the 1930s this city has preserved the quality of its fine sand beaches and the cleanliness of its waters. In addition, you can go sightseeing in Calpe from the top of the rock of Ifach and enjoy the breathtaking views of the city. The municipality keeps traces of the past in its old quarter and curiosities such as the ruins of the Baños de la Reina and ancient saltworks. Its fishing port presents a very animated image and, next to it, there are restaurants where you can taste fish and seafood from the area. In the surroundings of the area there are several routes marked out for hiking, to be able to do tourism in Calpe contemplating all its nature. Other places of interest are the Parque de la Vallesa, the Salinas de Calpe, the Forat del Mar, the Calalga cove, the Racó del Corv cove, the Puerto Blanco beach, the Calpe moat beach, the Levante beach or de la Fossa, Cantal Roig beach, Arenal-Bol beach, Gasparet cove, Cala de les Urques, La Manzanera cove, El Racó cove ...