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Best coves and beaches of Calpe 2021

119 votes
Playa de la Fossa

1. Playa de la Fossa

17 votes

La playa de la Fossa o de Levante está situada a los piés del majestuoso Peñón de Ifach, lo que la hace muy especial, pocas playas tienen unas vistas así. Es de arena fina y es muy extensa. Por la protección del peñón suele tener aguas tranquilas.

 

Racó Cove

2. Racó Cove

12 votes

At the foot of the monumental Ifach rock, this is an enclave with beautiful views. This semi-urban cove is made of gravel and is delimited by the containment dyke of the port and the rock itself. It is 70 metres long and 20 metres wide. It has an average number of visitors during the high season.

Penyal Cove

3. Penyal Cove

11 votes

This small rocky cove of 100 meters long and 5 meters wide is located between La Fosa Beach and the Peñón de Ifach. It is a quiet naturist cove recommended for snorkeling or diving.

Cala Collao o "Racó del Corb"

4. Cala Collao o "Racó del Corb"

9 votes

Esta cala tiene un espectacular emplazamiento, junto a la pared de piedra que forman los elevados acantilados de la sierra del Mascarat que se introducen en el mar hasta llegar al cabo llamado Morro de Toix. Se trata de una cala de difícil acceso, poco visitada en la que estaremos tranquilos disfrutando del paisaje y sus fondos marinos. 

La Manzanera Beach

5. La Manzanera Beach

9 votes

It is a small cove of pebbles located in the urbanization La Manzanera. It is a quiet place with beautiful views, crystal clear waters and posidonia meadows where you can snorkel and escape from the crowds.

Portet Blanc Beach

6. Portet Blanc Beach

9 votes

This small semi-urban beach of coarse sand, located to the north of the marina that gives it its name, has a length of 100 metres and a width of 10 metres. The breakwater protects it from the waves and makes the sea calm on the beach. Perfect for children and for snorkelling and diving.

Cala Les Urques

7. Cala Les Urques

8 votes

Esta cala de piedras, se sitúa en un acantilado cerca del “Morro de Toix” con unas vistas privilegiadas de la ciudad de Calpe y su espectacular peñón de Ifach, que abruptamente sale del mar hacia el cielo.

Cala Calalga

8. Cala Calalga

8 votes

Nos encontramos en una cala urbana, de arena fina y de una extensión de unos 100m de largo y 8 de ancho. Se encuentra al norte de la Playa de La Fossa o Levante, justo donde terminan los altos edificios de Calpe y empiza la zona de urbanizaciones. Su entrada al mar tiene poco desnivel por lo que es muy indicada para ir con niños y que puedan bañarse y jugar haciendo pie.

Cantal Roig Cove

9. Cantal Roig Cove

7 votes

The Cantal Roig Cove, named so because of a large red rock that we will find right there, is located next to the port of Calpe, practically at the foot of the Ifach Rock, which gives us beautiful views towards it. 

Bay of Bassetes cove

10. Bay of Bassetes cove

7 votes

The bay of Les Bassetes has a small breakwater that protects from the swell coming from the north and northwest. There is a sandy cove about 20m long and 2 wide. We can access the sea from the cove and also from the breakwater that even has a pool ladder.

Morello Cove

11. Morello Cove

7 votes

It is a small urban cove of fine sand and easy access located in a busy area of this municipality. From there we can enjoy beautiful views of the Peñón de Ifach and a refreshing swim in the crystal clear waters of the Mediterranean, as well as snorkeling.

Mallorquí Cove

12. Mallorquí Cove

6 votes

It is a small virgin and rocky cove located between Les Bassetes and Cala Calalga. It is suitable for snorkeling because of the tranquility of its waters and the low level of occupation even in the summer season.

Arenal - Bol Beach

13. Arenal - Bol Beach

5 votes

The Arenal-Bol is a beach of fine golden sand. It is 1,200 metres long and 40 metres wide. Here you can enjoy the sea and the beautiful views of the bay of Calpe, between the Peñón de Ifach and the Morro de Toix.

Queen's Baths

14. Queen's Baths

3 votes

The Queen's Baths are a group of 6 fish farms dating from Roman times, which were carved out of this rocky area of the coast. They were used to breed and supply fresh fish to the people of the time and now we can enjoy them as natural pools where we can refresh ourselves protected from the waves.

Gasparet Cove

15. Gasparet Cove

1 votes

This natural cove, accessible only by sea, is surrounded by mountains, between two rocky outcrops of the Morro de Toix. There are few places on the Costa Blanca where we can enjoy such a mountainous environment and the sea at the same time.