Along its 13 coastline kilometers, Calpe hosts great number of coves and beaches, what gives us the chance to enjoy the Mediterranean Sea, the sun and the beauty of the Costa Blanca. You can find its crystalline waters and its fine sand or stony beaches and coves, which gives you the chance to rest and make plenty of activities like fishing, snorkel, scuba diving, etc.
Yet, we can find a wide variety of coves to choose, depending on what your preferences might be at that moment:
- El Collao or Racó del Corb Cove: Accessible only by sea, it is 100 meters long, perfect for fishing and snorkeling. With sand and stones, located south of Calpe.
- Gasparet or Morro de Toix Cove: Accessible only by sea, in this stony cove you can practice fishing and snorkeling.
- Les Urques Cove: Located South of Calpe, near Puerto Blanco and Puerto Blanco Beach.
- La Manzanera Cove: Located at the residential area of La Manzanera, this stony cove was built by VAPF Group. Accessible on foot, it also has toilets facilities.
- Cantal Roig or Mauri Cove: Located by the fishing port of Calpe, surrounded by great variety of restaurants. 200 meters long, it has lifeguard service, toilets facilities and shower stations.
- Penyal Cove: Accessible on foot by a path on the north side of the Rock of Ifach.
- Calalga Cove: Next to Levante / La Fossa Beach, 100 meters long, has lifeguard and waste service, toilets facilities and shower stations.
- Mallorquín’s Cove: Next to Les Bassetes Marina, 5 minutes from Calpe. It’s a hotspot for scuba divers.
- Les Bassetes Cove: Stony beach, located by the Les Bassetes marina, it has lifeguard services and shower stations.
- Morelló Cove: 50 meters long cove, Located at the Infanta Elena seafront promenade, next to Arenal Beach.
As you can see, Calpe has many coves for you to enjoy the leisure time on the Costa Blanca.
In this video you can see the wide range of possibilities that the region offers, where the mixture of the mountain and the sea is highlighted: