Most popular Villas in Calpe
Highlights in Calpe
- Mouthwatering recipes
- Excellent summer activities
- Great outdoors
- Fantastic experience underwater
- Exciting history and past
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Villas in Calpe
The old part of town has a special allure that draws in most visitors and holidaymakers. In here you can enjoy being close to the beach without giving up the amenities a city can offer. The areas of Las Salinas is in the centre as well but the fauna, especially flamingos, is one of the most interesting reasons for travellers to choose it as their base for the holidays. Sierra de Oltá, is also one of the most attractive spots for a villa close to nature. Those looking for quieter places this is the perfect one.Spacious villas and exclusive residential areas
If you want to enjoy a holiday rental in Calpe that offers you more privacy than an apartment, in a quiet neighborhood with a friendly atmosphere, nothing better than booking a detached or luxurious villa. All of them a few minutes walk from the beach. But in addition, most of them have their own garden and private pool, so they are the perfect option for those travelling as a family and for those who travel with friends. This kind of accommodation will give your children all the freedom they need to play safely in an outdoor area. You can also organise BBQs or parties whenever you want. Can you think of a better accommodation for your holiday in Calpe?
Travellers and activities
With an average temperature of 18º and more than 300 sunny days a year, Calpe is the perfect city to enjoy the sea. It has a wide range of golden sand beaches, crystal clear waters and small virgin coves surrounded by impressive rock formations. La Fossa beach is considered by many to be the best in the entire Mediterranean. It has all kinds of services and it is ideal for diving enthusiasts and families. But the beaches of Arenal-Bol, Cantal Roig and Les Bassetes are also great options. But if you are looking for something quieter, we recommend the Mallorquí cove, with calm and crystalline waters.Calpe for families
Calpe is a great destination for families. And not only because their vacation rentals are perfectly adapted for them and have numerous entertainment services such as swimming pools, sports courts and gardens, but also for its wonderful beaches, featuring children's areas with swings and inflatable platforms. In addition, on the promenade, you will find a multitude of restaurants where you can have dinner and buy an ice cream after a nice walk. The city also has a summer fair that is held in the Plaza del Mediterráneo and offers the possibility of doing activities such as taking a boat trip or climbing the Rock of Ifach.
The Peñón de Ifach is a great hiking paradise with more than 40 tracks to follow and enjoy the ascent to the top.
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The popular Peñón d’Ifach is an amazing landmark that is home to several local flora rare species. This mighty rock outcrop is designated a Natural Park because of it. Prepare your walking shoes and get to the top. You will be rewarded with the most amazing views you can imagine. Follow the path that leads you to it. The climb or hike is not recommended for small children or wheelchair users.2. The most beautiful beach in Calpe
La Fossa Beach is a stunning paradise close to the most modern part of the city, full of high residential buildings and with the biggest concentration of leisure activities during the summer months. Along the promenade there is a wide array of cafes, restaurants, pubs, ice cream parlors and souvenir shops. Holding a Blue Flag status, the crystal clear waters and the golden stretch of sand draw in many holidaymakers, making Calpe a great holiday destination. Enjoy a day basking in the sun, taking a dip or practising your favourite water sport.3. Enjoy magnificent natural settings
The salt mines of Calpe are a peculiar ecosystem with birds as striking as the pink flamingo. On the other hand, the Natural Park of the Peñón de Ifach stands out, icon of the Costa Blanca and a popular meeting point for hikers. If you fancy a walk to the top of Monte Toix you will enjoy splendid views of Ifach and Calpe City Bay. Photography lovers will have a great time capturing the most amazing shots you can ever imagine. Get your camera ready!4. Discover the underwater world in Calpe
Diving in Calpe is a unique experience for those who love to see and explore the depths of the Mediterranean Sea. In Calpe you will find several tourist companies that will arrange the trip for you. Enjoy the seabeds and the terrific experience of discovering the underwater path in Cantal Roig beach. This path is marked with beacons and signs that explain about native marine life.5. Explore the Old Town
The Old Town is one of the greatest activities to do while in Calpe. Wander the narrow cobbled streets and get lost through them. Discover nice corners, visit the museums, walk along the walls and soak into the history and the past of the city. Enjoy every step.6. Take a dip into the Baños de la Reina
Swimming in the Mediterranean waters within this Roman site is a unique experience you will not find anywhere else. Make sure this is on your to-do list in Calpe. The so-called Baños de la Reina are large buckets that were dug during the Roman era as a fish nursery in front of the bay of Calpe, under the shelter of the cliffs. Close to this site, you can also visit other archeological sites and the ancient Roman baths.7. Taste the real Calpe flavours
Calpe is a blend of different civilisations that inhabited this region for several centuries. The old part of town still retains symbols of its glorious past, like the old wall that used to protect the city against their enemies. The restaurants in the area mis several international flavours. The gastronomy of Calpe is the result of all the civilisations that left their mark in this part of the Levantine Coast. The main ingredient of this cuisine is based on fresh fish from the bay - monkfish, sardines or mackerel, just to name a few. Give a go to their delicious arròs del senyoret, paella, octopus stew (“puchero de pulpo”) and the best sweet treat in Calpe, their famous “cocas”.