One of the favourite beaches with visitors and locals alike, offering a view of the small island which shares its name with the beach: Isla de Olla with the imposing Peñón de Ifach in Calpe as its backdrop.
El Portitxol Cove
This tucked-away cove with its crystal-clear waters and wonderful setting makes for a delightful day's bathing.
A small an isolated cove reached via the Moraira highway heading towards El Portet beach opposite the entrance to the Moraira Yacht Club.
It is particularly suitable for diving, snorkelling and fishing, as the waters are completely clear, combining with the surrounding pines and palms to make this a miniature paradise.
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A delightful and peaceful bay of golden sand very close by the marina, home to a fantastic diving centre along with many other amenities. This semi-urban beach allows for a quiet day by the seaside as well as wonderful views of the Peñón de Ifach in Calpe.
Between Bassetes beach and the Peñón de Ifach is the huge bay containing this beach, La Fossa beach, one of the busiest in Calpe, with a whole host of services to offer everyone, along with "Q" tourism quality recognition and a Blue Flag.
Take two days with more than 20 hours of the best national pop and rock of recent decades, 150,000 watts of sound and a stage that grows in size each year and you have the next edition of Benidorm's Iberia Festival.
How would you like to experience a naval battle and a Moorish landing on the beach? Well, make a note in your diary of the Villajoyosa Moors and Christians Festival, declared a festival of International Tourist Interest, with over 250 years of history behind it.
Are you visiting Calpe at the end of July or the beginning of August? Well, you're in luck! Why not join in the town's festivities in honour of its patron saint, it will make your stay an unforgettable one.