Hotel Bahia Calpe
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Final full day in Alicante region. A nice relaxed start to the day with a visit to Benidoleig municipal swimming pool, which was modern and had a sort of garden area with trees for shade. Ali, Sue and I spent a couple of hours there topping up our tans then we all drove South to Calpe for a seafood lunch. Calpe is a largish town with some pretty beaches a lots of high rise ...
... time via the road that kept us close to the beachfront, which took a bit longer but allowed us to take in the sights. It was pretty windy on the beach so we were all gently exfoliated by the fine, wind-blown sand in a pleasant way; the wind keeping us a bit cooler in the blazing heat. A simple picnic kept us going and late in the afternoon, slightly battling the wind, we packed up and made for home. After freshening up we took a drive through the local mountains, via ...
... but a beach they love) near Playa Santa Ana, close to Les Deveses. We armed ourselves with a variety of beach furniture and made camp on the totally uncrowded sands, with sand dunes and cactus as a backdrop, and were soon cooling off in the shallow Mediterranean water. Then broke out the picnic prior to doing some intense sun bathing. Ian and I played frisbee just on the ...
... record time! And Ali didn't even get 'bleeped', which we think is a first. Arrived Alicante airport more or less on time after a 45' delay leaving Gatwick and Ian Cronk was there to greet us and take us to Casa Cronk in Benidoleig. Unbelievably hot weather so we had a welcome ice cold Buck's Fizz (with home made fresh squeezed orange juice) and snacks whilst admiring Sue and Ian's lovely Spanish home. Then off ...
Sunday I got home around 8 pm, just enough time to get caught up on Facebook before dinner at 9. We had the same pizza that we had on the first Sunday night, and even though I only ate half the first night, this last Sunday I ate the whole pizza, with a salad.
Monday I had a ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Bahia Calpe
Four times we stayed in this hotel, since it was inaugurated in 2004. Our election was always determined by its excellent ubication, which let us to reach it easily from the road and leave the car within its spacious parking. The old town of Calpe lies very near, and Arenal beach is just in front. The better of the common halls is the restaurant, which has a great picture window looking to the sea. However, the swimming pool is small and somewhat uncomfortable (1st floor). The rooms (at least those than look to sea) are not very greats and the TV is old (not flat screen) and small. There was not available internet hall, although very near to the hotel it had an internet cafe very crowded. Sumarizing: A place quiet and recommendable, but at least one star may be discussed.
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