The Costa Blanca is a region full of surprises and new places to discover. if you’ve chosen to live at Residential Resort Cumbre del Sol, you’ll be able to benefit from its many perks. You’ll have all the necessary conveniences available in your day-to-day life close to your home (supermarket, international school, pharmacy, etc.), as well as various sports facilities and beautiful surroundings that invite you to explore nature’s playground. The coast between Moraira and Dénia is filled with parks and natural reserves with magnificent coves of crystalline waters and whose cliffs offer breathtaking views. That’s why we suggest an itinerary to Jávea’s various viewpoints; so get in the car and follow us!

Start out going north, towards Jávea, specifically to the Cap de Sant Antoni lighthouse, which provides views of the the town of Jávea like you’ve never seen before. Continue along the route, stop at the Sanctuary of Nuestra Señora de los Angeles and walk along the dirt track. There you will find some mills that date back to over 300 years and from where you can admire unparalleled views of the valley and the Cap Prim of Jávea.

Continue on foot along the coast until you reach Arenal beach. This beach is famous for its fine sand and the many shops along its promenade as well as the Séquia de la Nòria, a canal that dates back to Roman times that allowed seawater to enter an inland area where the salt mines were located. Then, go to Cala Blanca to admire the cliffs, follow the road that borders the sea and crosses the natural tunnels to reach the other coves.

Then head towards the Cruz de Portitxol to enjoy the impressive views; you can also take a couple roads that lead to, for example, Cala Sardinera or Cap Prim. Once you’ve finished this part of the trip, plan to go towards La Falzia as well, where you can marvel at the views of Cap de Sant Antoni, Cap Prim and the pine forest. Finally, drop by Cap Negre, where you can get one final glimpse of this entire section of the coast.

Follow the route south to discover the other side of Cap de la Nao. We recommend that you leave your vehicle near the lighthouse and make the trip to get a panoramic view. This is the closest point to the island of Ibiza and, if the weather is good, you’ll be able to see it. Take advantage of the stop to have a snack and refreshment or to order take away at one of the restaurants. If you want to experience the cape’s elevation, the lighthouse and Ambolo island, go towards Les Pesqueres, a viewpoint that’s about 500 metres away.

Back in the car, we recommend a stop at two of the most beautiful coves in the area. The first one is Cala Ambroso, which you can only admire from above because, unfortunately, its access is closed due to the risk of landslides. The next is Cala Granadella. Take advantage and admire the beauty of this nature reserve from your vehicle by taking the road that leads to the beach, then make your way on foot to finally reach it or to the path that leads to Castell de Granadella. This way, you will already be a few kilometres away from Cumbre del Sol because the Granadella natural park extends to the entrance of the residential complex.

You can follow this route in both directions, and we suggest doing it at different times of the year to discover a unique landscape each time. Don’t forget to check our blog regularly to find out about the different activities close to your home and follow us on our Facebook and Instagram pages.

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