El Campello is a modern coastal resort, which boasts 23 kilometres of quiet, pearly white, sandy beaches. Situated 14 kilometres north of Alicante.
Located facing the L'almadraba beach, near the residential development Pueblo Espanyol. El Campello boasts a beautiful natural environment, with an outlook to the beach and sea, and a mountain backdrop. A splendid climate and the promise of a holiday filled with peace and tranquility is what you can expect on your trip to El Campello.
It has excellent road and rail connections, with Alicante International Airport just 25 minutes drive away.
The Paseo del Mar (promenade) is almost 2 miles long and makes for a lovely evening stroll in the setting sun. During the day take advantage of the beaches and sea. The main beach at El Campello is the beautiful wide, sandy beach of Muchavista. In the vicinity there are some charming coves, such as those of La Coveta Fuma or Venta La Nuza. With crystal clear waters and excellent year-round weather make for an ideal place for water sports such as sailing, scuba diving and windsurfing.
Aside from enjoying days at the beach, this is a perfect location for any of the following excursions:
A visit to the Port of El Campello and its beautiful promenade with restaurants & bars, shops, the fishing port with a Monday fish auction, paddle surf and / or rowing. We also recommend a trip to the archeological site of La Illeta dels Banyets and the famous Torre Vigía De La Illeta (tower), which is one of the most important historical sites in the Costa Blanca.
Within half an hour's drive from the coastline, you will find yourself in a stunning countryside and mountainous zone. The scenery is beautiful, dotted with fascinating mountain villages, all with a history and a story to tell.
Views from the lofty mountain fortress of Guadalest rival those from anywhere else in Spain, and it is said that you can see as far as Ibiza on a clear day.
For outdoor enthusiasts, hiking and cycling routes can be found in the surrounding mountains. Here can also be found the famous Canelobre caves.
A visit to Alicante city to visit the beautiful Santa Bárbara, an old Arab castle overlooking the city and the sea where you can enjoy a family picnic or just take in the amazing views.
Visit a traditional market (Mercado Central de Alicante), where locals buy the freshest products, meat, fish and much more. The charming square behind the market is full of flower shops. This area is popular with the locals who come here to enjoy 'tapas' and drinks in the many bar terraces on sunny days.
During the day, the city's historic district is a maze of pedestrian streets lined with small restaurants and tapas bars, while at night it becomes a lively destination for a fun night out with friends!
Take one of the boat ferries or catamarans from Puerto de Campello to the nearby isle of the Tabarca, Marine Reserve for a day of snorkeling and local cuisine. An unforgettable experience!
Or take the tram for countless excursions to the cities located north of Alicante. If you prefer to stroll through the cobbled streets of Altea lined with whitewashed Mediterranean houses just a short tram ride away, or the beaches of Calpe with its famous rock of Ifach and the award winning fish restaurants, the bustle of Benidorm or Denia with its local Valencian charm, the options are endless.
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