Find details of Local Walking and Hiking on the Costa Blanca, Spain - Javea, Moraira, Calpe, Denia, Altea
Rising 322 metres above the Mediterranean sea, and with incredible views of the surrounding area Peñon d'Ifach - also known as Calpe Rock - is one of the most famous sights along the Costa Blanca coastline and is also a protected Natural Park. If you are looking to climb Calpe Rock, the signposted route starts at the Visitor Centre, where there is a parking area. You can take part in a guided excursion which takes you along the walking trail, taking you all the way to the summit by way of a tunnel constructed in 1918 to make the climb easier. You can also climb the Rock without a guide.
The Costa Blanca offers plenty of scope for walkers of all ages and all abilities. Find details of local walking routes around the Calpe area.
CEMAS - Calpe Multiaventura is a scuba dive centre in Calpe with diving classes and excursions for all levels. They also offer sea fishing, boat excursions, water skiing, kayaking, rappel, caving and climbing.
Starting at the foot of the impressive Peñón de Ifach at Calpe Harbour, this cyclical route with its wide pathways and short distance is perfect for children. It also offers fantastic views of the Olta, Serra Gelada, Puig Campana and Bernia mountain ranges.
Located on the southern side of Portitxol Bay and sheltered by the Prim and Negre capes, this quaint trail is a lovely way to explore the rocky cove. With sights like Creu de Portitxol, Portitxol Island, and Cala Barraca along the way, it makes for a relaxed and scenic stroll.