Calpe, Denia and Javea
In the north of the province of Alicante, and dotted around theCabo de la Nao
headland, are the tourist coastal towns of Calpe, Denia and Javea.
Owing to their particular geography, these are ideal places for practicing water
sports and mountain activities.
Calpe combines a perfect mix of history, sea and nature. Taking a walk through theOld
Town to the Forat de la Mar gateway, and visiting
the Torreó de la Peca tower or the Moorish neighbourhood of
Arrabal brings us back in time and we discover something of the city’s
Stretching out into the Mediterranean is the Peñón de Ifach rock,
a nature park and meeting point for climbers and divers.
Situated between Denia and Javea, in the northeasternmost part of the province,
is Montgo Mountain, a rocky mass that appears to rise from the
sea, and which is a designated Natural Park. Along with Cabo de San Antonio
headland it forms one of the most impressive landscapes on the Mediterranean
coast, and provides a perfect place for hiking, with several marked routes and paths
to choose from. (More information)