Travel Blogs from Calpe
... popular small seaside resort and market town.
We spent some time on the beach and had a swim in the sea before having a beer before we returned home. I joined Eugene and Anna for dinner and we had a lovely BBQ.
At 11:30 it was time to ...
... not to be adventurous and only walked through the tunnel and then saw that the rest of the climb was a bit too ardous for my liking and I was not going to risk anything.
The views I saw from this tunnel was amazing. Panoramic views of all of Calpe from one coastline to the left and right. The tunnel was also a bit slippery but thank god they had a rope which you could usse to ...
... based on tourism and fishing. Many Iberian, Roman and Arab archeological sites exist in the town, due to its strategic coastal location.
We parked the car and walked to the beach where we spent the next 3 hours or so.
Then at 3pm we took a boat cruise aorund the Penon de ifach.
The Peñón ...
... the cigarette lighter did not work which meant that the GPS was not charging. So we contacted the company and they came out and fixed it. In the meantime we decided to get take away pizza which we enjoyed with a glass of red wine.
After dinner we played cards and then off to bed as we were going to Valencia the next day
Dénia is home to a castle located on a rocky crag overlooking the city. It was built in the 11th and 12th century and offers views around the sea, the city and the surrounding area. Within the castle is the Palau del Governador with its museum.
We went to the tourist bureau to get a map of the town. ...