Get in
Catch the Tram] (about 90 minutes) along the coast to Calpe from Alicante, which has the nearest international airport. Alicante is also easily reached by high-speed train services from the rest of Spain.
 Get around
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Penyal d'Ifach, a large rock which juts straight out from the sea. The rock is a designated nature reserve, but it is possible to climb to the top via a tunnel, bored steeply through the middle of the rock.
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A Fleamarket takes place every Wednesday in summer months, at Avenida Pais Valencia (next to the Football Stadium). Mostly tat but there are one or two bargains to be found.
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The main concentrations of restaurants are around the junctions of C/ Pintor Sorolla and C/ Blasco Ibanez in the town centre; at the harbour (to the east of the rock); and along the beachfront (to the north of the rock).
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There are some bars and discos at Calpe's La Fossa-Levante beach, which are well frequented by tourists during summer season.
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 Get out
Denia, Altea, Benidorm and Alicante can all be reached via the Tram , which clings to the coast for most of its picturesque journey. You usually have to change in Benidorm if you're continuing to Alicante.
It's also possible to take a boat from the harbour to Denia, Altea and Benidorm.