Once a fishing village, now popular resort of Calpe, is one of the favorite places among tourists on the Costa Blanca.
Attracts Benidorm tourists, not only to a variety of beaches, which in Calpe there are fourteen, but also interesting sights.
One of the main, by the visited and beautiful attractions in Calpe are considered - sea port and a picturesque embankment of the Prince of Asturias. Both attractions are located close to each other.
The sea port of Denia
Port Pesquera El Raco (port Pesguer el Raco) is located at the foot of the pride of the Spanish town of CALP and the symbol of the Costa Blanca - the rock of Ifach (Rock of Ifac), from the Central sandy beach Arenal-Bol.
The seaport is not great for its size, but quite beautiful and graceful. White yachts lined up in neat rows and the blue sea water, make this place particularly attractive.
In the port fish auctions are held. Fish auction is one of the most popular and favorite among tourists activities.
On the territory of the sea port is a boat with a tour Agency where you can buy tickets and go on boat trips (mini cruises) to nearby resorts such as Benidorm, Denia, Javea or Althea.
Here is the famous yacht club (Reial Club Nautic Calpe), on-site restaurant that serves
Promenade Prince of Asturias in Benidorm
From the port takes the owl beginning of one of the most picturesque waterfronts in Calpe, promenade Prince of Asturias (Paseo ecológico príncipe de Asturias).
This promenade is one of our favorite places in Barcelona, for walks and leisurely recreation. The promenade runs around the Cape Ifach in his foot, and edge of the sea. The length of the embankment is approximately 800 meters.
On the waterfront is a helipad
From any point of the promenade with beautiful views of the Mediterranean sea, and overhanging the rock of Ifach, appears in all his glory and power.
Hiking along the Cape, the Ecological trail of the Prince of Asturias, at the same time looking at the territory of the sea port, we, with all confidence, I can recommend to everyone, arrived in Calpe.