Calpe (Calp) is part of the exceptional Costa Blanca of Spain, and houses the Peñón de Ifach, which looms above clean and tranquil sea waters. Along its 13 kilometre stretch of coastline, you will find fine sandy beaches and beautiful rocky coves. Considered as the symbol and image of the Costa Blanca, Calpe is made up of two big bays on which the two most important beaches of Calpe, La Fossa in the north and the Arenal-Bol in the south are located.
Calpe is a sea village along the Mediterranean coast with a wide variety of attractive coastlines, combining the quality of its transparent and clean waters with entertaining leisure activities. There are more than 5 kilometres of beautiful high cliffs including the Peñón de Ifach, Toix, La Manzanera, as well as many wonderful and peaceful coves, such as Les Bassetes, Mallorquí, Calalga, Morelló, Penyal, Racó, Cantal Roig, Manzanera, Puerto Blanco, Urques, Gasparet and Racó del Corv. The two main beaches, the Fossa (or Levante) and the Arenal, stand out above the rest, recognised with the "Q" of Quality mark given by the ICTE and the Blue Flag Award, a European award which is only given to beaches with excellent environmental conditions and quality services. Calpe has beaches to suit all tastes.