Due to its Mediterranean climate, Calpe has an average anual temperature of 18º C, which makes us an ideal destination to enjoy the sun and the sea.
It offers 13 kilometers of coastline with 14 beaches and coves, allowing you to choose from endless beaches with fine golden sand, tranquil bays, small sandy coves or pristine rocky shores by cliffs, all recognized for the purity of their clean waters, which ara an unmistakable turquoise.
Levante o La Fossa Beach
With fine golden sand and clean waters, this is a family beach, which offers all the comforts to spend a good day at the beach. In summer it has an adapted area that provides services to facilitate access to the bath for people with reduced mobility.
Bordering the beach is the Promenade "Infanta Cristina", where you will find a large number of restaurants, ice cream and shops of all kinds.
Located south of the "Peñón de Ifach" and along the Promenade "Infanta Elena", this beach of fine sand and crystal clear waters stretching more than a kilometer.
In summer it has an adapted area that provides services to facilitate access to the bath for people with reduced mobility.
Cantal Roig Beach
This small beach is located next to the Fishing Port of Calpe and is ideal to go with children.
From the beach you can admire the arrival of the boats to the port, enjoy the fish auction in the fish market or taste the local cuisine in the restaurants.
Puerto Blanco Beach
This is a small pebble and sand beach, next to the Marina "Puerto Blanco", where you will find a diving center.
El Collao o Racó del Corb Cove
This cove, located south of Calpe, is only accessible by sea. It is recommended for diving and fishing.
Access by sea is the only way to reach this quiet natural cove of gravel and boulders. Suitable for diving and fishing.
Les Urques Cove
Located south of the coast of Calpe, accessible from the Marina "Puerto Blanco".
La Manzanera Cove
Semiurban sand and gravel cove, located next to the emblematic buildings of the architect Ricardo Bofill.
A small urban cove of fine sand, located on the Promenade "Infanta Elena". It emphasizes the presence of the site known as "Baños de la Reina", a collection of structures from the Roman era that housed and ancient fish farm and some baths.
El Racó Cove
Small gravel cove, located at the foot of the "Peñón de Ifach". From there, the "Príncipe de Asturias Ecological Walk" begins.
It is suitable for diving and fishing.
Del Penyal Cove
This small natural cove of transparent waters is accessible by a small path located on the north side of the "Peñón de Ifach", is ideal for diving and fishing.
Located at the end of the Promenade "Infanta Cristina", it is a small cove of sand and rocks.
Del Mallorquí Cove
Small cove located between the Marina "Puerto de les Bassetes" and Calalga Cove. Access is from the Voramar trail.
De Les Bassetes Cove
Quiet cove located next to the Marina "Puerto de les Bassetes", suitable for diving and fishing.