A few weeks ago, we told you about various hiking routes near Residential Resort Cumbre del Sol, so that you could get to know the area where you live in more detail. But, as there are so many options available and we wanted you to get to know them all, we decided to do a second article in which we discussed more about the routes. Read on and discover more reasons why the Costa Blanca is ideal.
We’ll start with the area to the north of Cumbre del Sol, which does not lag behind in terms of beauty, as it is a nature reserve where you will find magnificent coves and trails that you’ll love. The nearest road, named after this well-known beach which is just a few kilometres from your home, is El Castell de la Granadella. Then, if you leave this cove behind and follow the signs indicating the proximity of an asphalted road, you will reach a place where you can admire the Punta de Ámbolo cove and the Isla del Descubridor. Continue a little further and you will reach the ruins of Granadella Castle and the top of the hill from where you can admire the cliffs of Benitachell, Cap d’Or de Moraira and, of course, the Rock of Ifach.
El Cap Prim is a few kilometres north of La Granadella and offers different paths for various walks. After parking near the Portitxol crossing, you can reach the peak of Cap Prim or explore some of the most beautiful beaches in the area: Cala Barraca or Portitxol with its famous fishermen’s houses or even Cala Sardinera, one of the most secluded on the Costa Blanca as its only access is on foot or by sea.
Finally, in the Cap de Sant Antoni and in the heart of the Montgó Natural Park, you will find the Cova Tallada trail, a cave bathed by the sea that was used for centuries as a quarry. It is a complicated access that is monitored from the 15th to the 30th of September, so it is necessary to make a reservation, access with a permit and identity card and, at most, you can only stay for an hour and a half. You can get there from the port of Jávea and marvel at the beauty of Cap de Sant Antoni or from Dénia (Les Rotes) on a shorter but equally magnificent excursion. Don’t forget to bring water shoes, sunglasses and snorkel to discover the seabed of this natural reserve.
As you will have seen, there are many options available to you to connect with nature! Remember that in our blog we always tell you about all the activities you can do near Cumbre del Sol and that we always keep you up to date on our Facebook and Instagram pages. Don’t hesitate and follow us!