Jardines de Montecala, the Perfect Place to Call Home

Jardines de Montecala, the Perfect Place to Call Home

Imagine waking up every morning and knowing you can spend the day by the pool, on a spacious terrace sunbathing, walking through lush gardens on a brilliantly sunny day, or enjoying all of it at once! These are some of the benefits of living in our Jardines de Montecala complex in Residential Resort Cumbre del Sol. If these exclusive communal areas aren’t enough to convince you that this development is a dream come true, keep reading!

The Jardines de Montecala complex is made up of semi-detached two-floor apartments which range from 85 to 105 square meters in size. Aside from choosing which size home suits you best, you can also have a say in the amenities you want to enjoy on your property. There are various models that come with terraces, gardens or barbecues. Moreover, these two-bedroom apartments make ideal family homes, because in addition to all the communal areas we listed above, there is also a children’s playground!

It’s clear that this development is ideal for anyone who loves to spend their time outdoors, making the most of Alicante’s over 3000 hours of sunshine a year! They can also take advantage of all the sports centres in Cumbre del Sol itself, such as our equestrian centre, tennis and padel courts. Jardines de Montecala also has access to a hiking trail that leads directly to Cala Moraig beach. Additionally, residents are a short drive away from villages like Javea, Moraira, Calpe and Altea, which are known for their historic monuments, picturesque beauty and seaside restaurants.

In addition, there are endless leisure activities, amenities, and services closer to home too. At the heart of Cumbre del Sol, you’ll find DreamSea Mediterranean, a luxury glamping experience that offers a variety of activities. There’s something for everyone; whether you want a day of relaxation, full of yoga and lounging by the pool, or prefer to have your adrenaline pumping as you try different watersports. Your comfort is our priority, so we’ve made sure our neighbourhood is the perfect balance between endless fun and convenience. With shopping areas, restaurants, bars, a supermarket, hairdresser’s and pharmacy nearby, everything you need is just minutes away. Furthermore, Cumbre del Sol is also home to one of the most renowned international schools in Spain, the Lady Elizabeth School.

This apartment complex is the perfect place to call home, especially for families. If you want to know more about this idyllic development, fill out the following form. To keep up to date with all the exciting events and activities taking place in or around Residential Resort Cumbre del Sol, don’t forget to follow us on our social networks and regularly check out our blog.

The Best Outdoor Activities in the Marina Alta

The Best Outdoor Activities in the Marina Alta

We know that when you think of the Marina Alta, the first thing that pops into your mind is the large number of blue flag beaches and coves that spread across its coastline. It’s only natural to instantly daydream of enjoying crystalline waters during the beautiful sunny days that Alicante always has to offer. However, we’re here to tell you that you can also find a large variety of outdoor activities near your home in Cumbre del Sol! The Marina Alta has a wealth of tourist destinations and natural parks that are the ideal way to spend a day out in the fresh air.

We’ll start our tour of the Marina Alta in Javea, which is just a 20-minute drive away from Cumbre del Sol. This coastal town has over a dozen observation decks where you can take in the Mediterranean Sea and its stunning natural surroundings like never before. Start your tour at the Mirador de Els Molins, an old watchtower that overlooks the town as well as the blue waters. Make sure to also visit famous observation decks such as the Mirador del Cap Negre, considered to have the best view in all of Javea, and Mirador de La Falzia, with the most impressive panoramic views of the coastline and Portitxol Island.

A little further north is Montgo Mountain, between Javea and Denia. The mountain and its natural park are considered emblems of not just the Marina Alta, but Alicante and the Valencian region itself. Affectionately known as ‘The Elephant’ by locals, this beast might be a little difficult for some to conquer as parts of its hiking route are harder to cross. However, we recommend you give it a try just to visit caves like the Cova de L’aigua and Cova del Gamell. With unforgettable interiors and beautiful views to the rest of the mountain and area, we’re sure you won’t regret the visit!

South of Cumbre del Sol is Calpe, home of the impressive Peñón de Ifach. This imposing rock formation has a natural park at the top with views all the way to Ibiza. It also has an observation deck at the outskirts of the town, the Mirador Monte Toix. We’re sure the views of Calpe’s skyline with Peñón de Ifach at a distance will leave you absolutely breathless. Near the town centre, you’ll also find salt flats, a pocket of nature among the buildings where you can spot flocks of flamingos.

The interior of the Marina Alta also offers some authentic gems that every nature-lover should make sure to visit. La Vall d’Alcalà is a truly remarkable valley that’s rich in history. Within it, you’ll find famous caves such as the subterranean Cueva del Rull, which looks like a fantasy movie come to life. If you’re interested in the prehistoric, we recommend visiting the Sanctuary of Pla de Petracos, which has many cave paintings within its walls.

Nearby, there’s the Barranc de l’Encantada where you can go on an enchanting route full of ponds, waterfalls and unmatchable views of the most beautiful natural landscapes. There’s no better place to spend a hot summer day than Gorg del Salt. It has cool waters all year round thanks to the waterfall that also makes for a cinematic backdrop to your swim.

Other two very different options are the Cave of Skulls (Cueva de Las Calaveras) and the Marjal Pego-Olivia Natural Park. The first is a subterranean wonder, with impressively high walls that are full of rich Paleolithic history. The second is one of the most picturesque ways to enjoy everything the outdoors has to offer. Take a scenic walk through rice paddies, wetlands and rivers with the mountain as your backdrop and a wide variety of flora and fauna to marvel at along the way.

These are just some of the best outdoor destinations you can visit near your home at Cumbre del Sol. To keep up to date with all the activities, events and destinations in and near Cumbre del Sol, make sure to follow us on social media and check out our blog regularly.

Must-See Beaches and Coves in Northern Alicante

Must-See Beaches and Coves in Northern Alicante


Playa del Arenal is an expansive sandy beach right off the bay of Javea. It’s Javea’s most frequented beach and the reason why couldn’t be more evident! With vibrant blue waters, it’s clear why this beach has been awarded blue flag status. Its gentle slope and fine sand make it perfect for sports by the water, such as football or volleyball. For those who prefer watersports, there’s plenty of businesses that rent equipment nearby. Additionally, it has breathtaking views of the nearby Montgo mountain, which makes a stunning backdrop to an already gorgeous day at the beach.

Cala de la Granadella also has cinematic natural surroundings and it’s one of Alicante’s crown jewels thanks to its crystal-clear waters and incredible views. It offers all kinds of services and amenities, such as lifeguards, hammocks, parasols, kayaking, and it’s a popular option for those who like underwater diving. There are also many restaurants by the seaside. Despite its popularity, it’s usually very peaceful and doesn’t draw large crowds.


Playa la fossa, also known as Playa Levante, is Calpe’s most popular touristic destination. Nestled just under Peñón de Ifach, this spectacular blue flag beach is known for its wildlife and natural surroundings. Its calm and clear waters make it the perfect option for families with young children, as well as its long promenade that offers a variety of restaurants, bars and shops.

Cala el Raco is the smallest cove on this list which might mean it’s more crowded than most on a weekend. However, it is worth a visit as its unique marine landscape has made it a popular snorkelling destination. Grab your snorkel and swimsuit and head over!


Playa de la Roda spans over 1400 meters in length and is near the city centre, making it very accessible and ideally situated for a day at the beach. With a wide range of restaurants, bars and amenities nearby, all your needs will easily be met. Its waters are very calm although they have an impressive depth past the shoreline, ideal for anyone who wants to spend the day windsurfing, underwater diving or kayaking.

Cala la Solsida is a small cove with calm waters thanks to its idyllic location that protects it from northern winds. Its waters are barely 2 meters in depth at its deepest point. This, combined with its unique marine fauna and flora, makes it one of the most unique snorkelling spots in Alicante. Its seafloor is covered in starfish, cuttlefish and more!


Playa de L’Ampolla is located just under the emblematic Castillo de Moraira (Moraira castle). It is known as the best beach in the surrounding area and its blue flag status is a testament to that. There are rocks near the castle which form paddle pools, perfect for exploring marine life with your children. Additionally, its fine golden sand is ideal for playing sports, building sandcastles or simply spending the day basking in the sun.

Cala el Portet has a uniquely seashell rounded shape. Its waters are known to be very clear and calm all year round, making it a popular snorkelling and underwater diving destination. You can also rent kayaks and explore the stunning cove that’s only 10 meters wide.


Cala del Moraig of course! We’re sure you’re familiar with this blue flag cove which is considered one of the most beautiful coves not just in Spain, but in the world! As a resident of Cumbre del Sol, you have easy access to its coveted waters. This rocky sand cove has everything you need to enjoy a day at the beach. It’s also near the Cova dels Arcs, an icon on the Valencian coast that everyone should visit.

Now that you know some of the best beaches and coves just minutes away from your home in Cumbre del Sol, we recommend you read more about the picturesque towns they’re found in so you can make the most of your travels! For more information about events, activities and must-see destinations, follow us on our social networks!

New Restaurant at Residential Resort Cumbre del Sol

New Restaurant at Residential Resort Cumbre del Sol

What’s your favourite part of living at Residential Resort Cumbre del Sol? Is it the proximity to the loveliest beaches and coves in Alicante and being surrounded by lush natural landscapes? Perhaps it’s the exceptional weather, with a mild climate and nearly 365 days of sunshine year-round. Or maybe it’s getting to explore the picturesque towns that are just a stone’s throw away and the endless list of activities you can enjoy nearby. Of course, we can’t forget about all the services and amenities you have close by, guaranteeing all your needs are met without ever having to leave your neighbourhood.

From a supermarket to a luxury glamping experience at DreamSea Mediterranean; Cumbre del Sol offers you a pharmacy, hairdresser’s, sports facilities, a renowned private International School, bars and… of course, restaurants! We’re sure you’re familiar with all the great food you can enjoy just minutes away from your home, and we’re happy to announce a new restaurant can be added to your list of places to visit.

The Acantilados is located in Adelfas Shopping Center (Centro Comercial Adelfas), near the supermarket Pepe La Sal. The restaurant is open from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm to the general public and their reservation-only dinner service starts at 7:00 pm. They have different set menus you can choose from throughout the day. The early crowd can opt for olives or nuts, a drink, a sandwich of your choices and a coffee, all for just 6€! Meanwhile, for lunch, the set menu is 12.50€ and consists of olives, an entrée and main dish and a dessert or coffee.

Their menu offers a wealth of options, full of the most delicious Mediterranean dishes. Start your meal out with some tapas like aubergine lasagne or garlic shrimp. If you’re looking for something light and refreshing, you’ll be delighted with their wide range of salad options. No Spanish restaurant would be complete without a variety of rice dishes, such as the famous black rice paella. Their speciality is charcoal-grilled meats and fish, perfect for a date night or a big family dinner. You can choose between steak, pork tenderloin, chicken, ribs, salmon and more. Enjoy a lovely evening out with a glass of wine and make the most of your summer nights. They also have takeaway options and are available for birthdays and events.

Is your mouth watering too? Visit Acantilados today and enjoy a wonderful meal, accompanied by the sea breeze and a breathtaking view. To keep up to date with all the latest developments at Cumbre del Sol, don’t forget to follow our social networks and regularly check out our blog.

The Most Enchanting Places on the Costa Blanca

The Most Enchanting Places on the Costa Blanca

Now that it’s summer, we’re sure you’re itching to go out and make the most of it. Living at Residential Resort Cumbre del Sol has many advantages, but one of the best ones is its unmatched location. Nestled between the Mediterranean Sea and the Puig Llorença mountain, Cumbre del Sol is one of the Costa Blanca’s prized gems. It also has the added bonus of being moments away from many other treasured locations. Get ready to pack your bags for a day trip and find out where you should head to next!


‘La Vila’, as it’s called by its residents, is a quaint Spanish town that’s famous for its colourful houses and its crystalline beaches. Take in its one-of-a-kind beauty as you stroll down the beach or through its winding streets that are full of magic. The old town has endless historical landmarks for you to discover, from ancient Roman ruins to medieval walls.


This port city is home to the striking Denia Castle that sits above the marina. The castle is surrounded by large trees that make for an unforgettable skyline. Within its walls that date back to the 11th century, you’ll find the Archaeological Museum, full of Roman artefacts and rich with history. Enjoy the view from the marina or Denia’s many blue-water beaches. It’ll make an excellent backdrop to the delicious Mediterranean cuisine you’ll be sure to enjoy at any of the seafood restaurants that line the coast.


Between Denia and Javea you’ll find the Montgo Natural Park. This majestic mountain overlooks these two charming cities, so any route you take will be an unforgettable one. Once you’ve taken in the wealth of flora, you can head over to Cala Barraca. This blue-water beach is lined with white houses with charming blue doors and windows, the perfect backdrop for a day by the water.

Peñón de Ifach in Calpe, near Cumbre del Sol


Calpe is another coastal town with a gorgeous skyline thanks to Peñón de Ifach, a rock formation that stands 332 meters tall. If you reach the top, you’ll be greeted with a natural park that’s home to numerous rare plants and animals. Also, you’ll be able to see as far out as Ibiza from the top of the rock!


Altea’s old town is renowned for being one of the most beautiful on the Costa Blanca. Its white houses, narrow streets adorned with flowers, and endless handcraft shops and restaurants are just part of what makes it pure magic. Start your journey at the Mirador Cronistas, one of the most photographed viewpoints in all of Spain.

These are just some of the stunning locations right near your home on the Costa Blanca. Make sure to keep an eye on our blog and follow our social media accounts for more ideas of places to discover!

The Costa Blanca Has 2 More Blue Flag Beaches Than Last Year!  Discover Which Are Closest to You!

The Costa Blanca Has 2 More Blue Flag Beaches Than Last Year! Discover Which Are Closest to You!

As a resident of Residential Resort Cumbre del Sol, you’re no stranger to Blue Flag beaches, such as Cala Moraig which has been awarded this title many times. We’re sure you’ve already fallen in love with its crystalline-waters and superb services and amenities. However, you might be curious to learn more about the other Blue Flag beaches that are just a stone’s throw away from your home in Cumbre del Sol.

The Costa Blanca is a privileged location for many reasons, but the fact that it is the coastline with the most Blue Flags in all of Spain exemplifies why it’s one of the most popular tourist destinations. Spain has been the world leader of Blue Flag beaches since 1987, and this year, the Valencia Community is once again the autonomous community with the highest number of prized beaches. That being said, Alicante is the province with the highest number of all for a grand total of 86 Blue Flags, more than Valencia and Castellon combined.

If you’re unfamiliar with what makes a beach worthy of this title, the recognition is based on four benchmarks:

  • The quality of the sandbanks and waters.
  • Environmental conditions such as cleanliness, well-appointed sanitary facilities and properly maintained surroundings.
  • The presence of lifeguards, rescue and healthcare services, as well as accessibility.
  • Environmental education and information about the ecosystem, code of conduct and water quality.

Let’s travel just outside of Benitachell and discover all the Blue Flag beaches in Marina Alta. In Javea, close to Cumbre del Sol, you’ll find three blue flag beaches: La Grava, l’Arenal and Granadella. Just as close, there’s Teulada with three more beaches: El Portet, l’Ampolla and Platgetes. Not far from these, you’ll also find Cala Fustera in Benissa.

If you want to take a day trip down south, you can head over to Calpe or Altea, two coastal towns just thirty minutes away. Both have three blue flag beaches each; in Calpe, there’s la Fosa, Cantal Roi and Arenal Bol; meanwhile, in Altea, there are beaches like Cap Blanc, L’Espigó and La Roda. In L’Alfàs del Pi, a quaint Spanish town, there’s La Playa Racó de L’Albir. Of course, we can’t leave out Benidorm! The city boasts of three blue flag beaches: Playa de Levante, Playa de Poniente and Playa del Mal Pas.

Get your sun hat, sandals and towel and get ready to go for a swim! Living at Cumbre del Sol is synonymous with living in a paradise where every day is like a summer holiday. What better way to make the most of your day than to head over to one of these Blue Flag beaches? Fall in love with everything that makes living on the Costa Blanca idyllic.