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. Access from the A-7 toll road is either from the Altea exit or the Benissa exit and then along the national highway for about ten kilometers.
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. The tunnel and areas above it can be slippery, and hiking boots are recommended.
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.
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).
There are some bars and discos at Calpe's La Fossa-Levante beach, which are well frequented by tourists during summer season.
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.