Calpe offers some 11 kilometres of coastline from Les Bassetes to Morro de Toix. About half this coastline is sandy beach and half is towering cliffs.
There are twelve sandy beaches most with promenades and bars, restaurants and shops. The two main beaches, Arenal and Fossa, are linked by a promenade two miles long.
Les Bassetes, at the north of the region offers a natural shelter with perfect conditions for learning to sail and an underwater sea bed perfect for diving.
Del Mallorquí Cove. 100m long, it is situated near the Les Bassetes marina.
Calalga Cove. 100m long it is situated close to the Levante Beach.
La Fossa Beach, also called Levante beach, is found between the Punta de Bassetes and the Peñón de Ifach in a wide bay. With fine golden sand, it is busy in summer, and offers a full range of services from restaurants to ice-cream stalls and all kind of shopsr. La Fossa beach has the Blue Flag and has more than 1 km of wide sands
Del Penyal Cove. 100m long, situated on the northern slope of the Peñón de Ifach, accessible along a small path.
El Racó Cove. 150m long, situated at the foot of the Peñón de Ifach.
Arena-Bol Beach. 2000m long, awarded a Blue Flag. Situated in the town centre
Puerto Pesquero, the fishing port,once used by Phoenicians and Romans, now is home to a Nautical Club and yachting marina.
Puerto Blanco has a diving centre and a golf club.
El Collao and Gasparet Coves: each 100m long and only accessible by sea.
Apart from the beaches, there are also five kilometres of imposing cliffs, at Ifach, Toix and La Manzanara.
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