What to do In Calpe, Spain
Are you going to Calpe, Spain?
Reed on about the top things to do in this beautiful seaside town, according to a native!
1. Natural Park of Penyal d'Ifac
The views are spectacular!! On a good day, you can even see Ibiza from the summit – just remember to take your camera.
332 metres high view of the Costa Blanca. This activity is suitable for all ages.
2. Have a gastronomic adventure
Because a great story never started with someone eating a salad. But it can start with psaella and wine.
Calpe has a lot to offer in the food department. It is home of restaurants that are serve Mediterranean, Spanish, a renge of tapas and a variety of international dishes.
Who can find a lots of restaurants near to the Port and on the front of the beach.
3. Visit Calpe’s Old Town
Narrow cozy medieval streets of the town, an old castle, a stairs painted in the color of the flag. You can enjoy the coolness in the shade on hot days.
The center often hosts holidays and markets. You can find local stores with local farmers' food.
4. Walk the Length of the beaches
Along the beach stretches promenade and you can make a pleasant walk along the sea, for example, looking at the sunset.
It will be a very useful walking tour for health.
5. Relax on the Beach
You have to enjoy the sandy beaches and light breezes on the wide beach area of the Calpe’s town. There are two sandy beaches in the town.
Also you can choose active time and do some watersports such as snorkeling and windsurfing. There is plenty of sports activity available along the coast.
6. Las Salinas Natural park Calpe
Say hello to Flamingos! Every evening you can see how they make their evening flight over the lake.
7. Calpe Fish Market
Not so long time ago Calpe was originally a small fishing village. Even now each day, the fishing boats bring their catch in and you can even watch the fish auctions on the quay and buy the fresh fish yourself.
From Monday to Friday, La Lonja de Calpe (Calpe Fish Market) hosts a fish auction that starts from 4 p.m. and runs to the evening.
Some of the food items being sold are shellfish, octopus, squid, whiting, red mullet, mackerel, grouper, and gilthead.