At VAPF, we look for events in which Cumbre del Sol Residential Resort can provide the setting for magnificent evenings spent surrounded by nature. It’s also summertime and who doesn’t want to spend more time outdoors?
If you’re a lover of classic cars, you’re in luck! Mark your calendar for the 24th of August, as Cumbre del Sol Residential Resort will be hosting the 3rd Classic Car Rally. It will be an enjoyable evening in which both neighbours and lovers of antique cars can come together. So, keep reading below to find out about all the events of the evening!
This year, the cars on display belong to the Vehicles Històrics La Marina association, which was established in 1995 to encourage and promote restoration of antique automobiles over 25 years old.
The rally will kick off on August 24th at 6:30 pm in Benissa, where the classic cars will gather in front of Bar Frau. They will begin a route which later finishes at Restaurante La Cumbre and where all the vehicles will be on display to the public. The car show is free of charge and free to access, so you don’t have to worry about reserving your spot.
The fun doesn’t stop there! For those that want to carry on with the festivities, there will be a delicious dinner and dancing afterwards at Restaurante La Cumbre. If you are interested in attending, we recommend you have a look at the special menu for the evening here and send us an e-mail to email@example.com to sign up as places are limited.
During the previous editions of this event, attendees has such a good time that it quickly turned into a summer event not to be missed at Cumbre del Sol Residential Resort. As such, we are eager for our 3rd edition this year. Furthermore, we are sure that you will be marvel at the cars that on display, as they are true collector’s items.
Come join us for what is sure to be a magical evening at our 3rd Classic Car Rally at Cumbre del Sol. Don’t forget that the event will take place on August 24th. We can’t wait to see you there!
The Costa Blanca is both a prime location as well as a lively area for those who decide to take up residency here. Although it’s known for its warm climate and stunning landscapes, it also stands out for its numerous activities and events that are held in various towns of the region. Both residents and tourists alike can enjoy a summer filled with entertainment and unforgettable family moments.
If you live at Cumbre del Sol Residential Resort, continue reading to find out about all the activities that are happening this summer in Benissa, Benitatxell, Teulada-Moraira and Calpe.
All of these towns are well-situated, allowing you easy access to go swimming, discover nature, hike, go horseback riding or plan a day of cycling with the family. This isn’t all though, because at VAPF, we’ve organised various activities that will take place at Cumbre del Sol Residential Resort including yoga, paddle tournaments, and even theme parties.
If it’s been a while since you’ve enjoyed a family movie night, don’t miss the outdoor cinema sessions: The Secret Life of Pets, Johnny English Strikes Again, Captain America: Civil War are just some of the films that you can see for free. Benissa will be having its Street Cinema on Tuesdays and Thursdays, just click hereto check the movie listings and times. Not interested in the movies that are listed? Not to worry, because in Calpe, there will also be an outdoor cinema two times a week! Check the listings and get ready for an enjoyable night with your family!
If you prefer traditional cinema, you can head over to Benitatxell y Teulada-Moraira. There will be showings in Benitaxellon Wednesday, Teuladaon Fridays and Morairaon Tuesdays. Make a note of the days and consult the different locations and times to see a film with your family!
Summer is a perfect season to discover the history of the towns that surround Cumbre del Sol, and also to discover the break-taking landscapes and natural areas that we have close by. At Molí del Morelló in Calpe, you can travel through time while Alicia Luján reveals the secrets of the Baños de la Reina, some Roman ruins in the area. These guided tours take place every Tuesday at 9:30 am. Afterwards, you can continue on and make a stop in Benissa to learn more about the history of the town. Free tours begin at 8:30 pm and are available in Spanish(every Tuesday), English(from the 8th through the 22nd of August) and French(on the 1st, 15th, and the 29th of August).
In Teulada, you are invited to discover the town’s Gothic fortified past, which has also been declared a heritage asset, or Bien de Interés Cultural in Spanish. Join us at the Town Hall Square at 7:30 pm to enjoy a route in French, on Wednesdays, or in English, on Thursdays, during the month of August. But that’s not all, as Benitatxell also offers other interesting options. On Fridays at 6:30 pm, you can go on a guided tour to discover the town’s history and heritage, while on Thursdays at 6:00 pm, you can enjoy a tour of the cliffs with their excellent sea views. All of these are suitable for the youngest members of the family, so put on your comfortable shoes and get ready for some family fun!
Are you interested in a more theatrical and interactive event? Then you’ll love to know that Benissais holding two performances on the 3rd and the 20th of August at 7:00 pm. If those dates don’t work for you, you can head to Teuladato listen to a Stories from a Preacher on Fridays, the 2nd, 16th, and 30th of August, at 8:00 pm.
As the youngest members of the family are bursting with energy, you might be interested in trying the escape room organised in Benitatxell on Thursday, August 1st at 9:00 am. This free activity is suitable for children between the ages of 9 and 14.
Lastly, we can’t conclude without mentioning the biggest event of the year; the second leg of the Tour of Spain(Vuelta a España) that starts at Benidorm and concludes in Calpe. Furthermore, the cyclists will pass through Benissa, Teulada, Benitatxell and even Cumbre del Sol. This is an event that can’t be missed!
Now that you’re up to date on all the events, it’s time to enjoy! And don’t forget to follow us on our social networks and check our blogon a regular basis so that you’ll be the first to know about events being organised close to Cumbre del Sol Residential Resort.
Life atCumbre del Sol Residential Resortis an authentic Mediterranean oasis with mild temperatures and idyllic landscapes, and as such, the perfect place to challenge yourself in an endless number of physical activities and sports:hiking, scuba-diving, and horseback riding among others. The ideal location for people that are looking for a happy and healthy lifestyle!
We can’t forget about tennis and padel! For this reason, we’ve organized the Cumbre del Sol Padel Tournament at the Dylan Mary Tennis Academy, with its ideal location, 10 minutes from Moraira and 20 minutes from Jávea. This academy is a meeting place for racket sports lovers from Cumbre del Sol Residential Resort, as they are able to work on their professional skills thanks to their professor and the owner of the centre, Dylan, an expert that offers coaching for all levels for both children and adults. So, if padel is your thing, you’re in luck! Now you can flaunt your backhand, and with a little luck and determination, you can celebrate a victory with your friends and loved ones.
If you are thinking about participating in the VAPF Padel Tournament from July 30th through August 2nd, what are you waiting for to sign up? For 12 euros per person, paid to the academy before the first game, you will receive a T-shirt courtesy of VAPF, physical therapy, and entrance to the awards party with music and a raffling for attendees. The games will take place in the afternoon, starting at 5:00 pm and there will be 3 categories:
Men’s – over 50 years old
Women’s – Open
Don’t miss out on this opportunity! If you want to enjoy our padel tournament and party, all you have to do is send an email to Dylan.firstname.lastname@example.org indicating your: full name, email, telephone number, and the category that you would like to participate in. From VAPF, we encourage you to participate, good luck!
This was the second edition of an event which is destined to become part of the calendar of activities at Cumbre del Sol. In August last year, the first edition was a complete success.
The cars arrived at Restaurant La Cumbre at around 8pm. All those who had come to Cumbre del Sol had the chance to see some classic cars which have become real relics. The evening was brought to an end with a special meal for the occasion, attended by members of the Marina Alta Classic Car Club and neighbours of the Cumbre del Sol Residential Resort.
Marina Alta Classic Car Club was born in 2000. Since then, it has become the most popular in the region and is known internationally. The club has around 100 members who enjoy monthly rallies, two events in spring, four events in autumn, and many others.
In addition, since 2017 the club has provided support for vulnerable people in the area. That’s why the money they obtained from the prize draw, provided by VAPF, was donated to the Breast Cancer Association in Javea. The prize draw was attended by VAPF Commercial Director Vicente Mestre, and President of the Marina Alta Classic Car Club Peter Alt. We hope to count on the collaboration of the club and its Rally next year!
Since the first Belgian King, Leopold I, swore allegiance to the Constitution on the 21st July 1831, Belgium has celebrated its national holiday on this date. For the second year in a row, here at VAPF we have celebrated this special occasion in the La Cumbre Restaurant with all our neighbours in the Cumbre del Sol Residential Resort.
This year, close to 200 people, among them many Belgian nationals who live in the area, came together in the magnificent location that is the La Cumbre Restaurant to enjoy a magical evening. The views of the sea and sunset helped to make this celebration of Belgian National Day a truly unforgettable experience.
To continue the celebrations, there was a prize draw. The Pepe la Sal supermarket contributed a pack of wines, Chiringuito Cala Moraig and the La Cumbre Restaurant offered a lunch or dinner for two, and Casa Vicente gave away a discount. There were also a lucky few who were given an invitation for the Belgian National Day celebrations in 2019 in Cumbre del Sol, and those who will be able to enjoy a lesson with David Ferrer or received his racket.
The attendees at this event enjoyed a menu which included a cocktail on the terrace along with delights such as smoked salmon mousse, breaded camembert with tomato jam, and breaded prawns with Pedro Ximénez sauce, among other delicious choices.
After the cocktails came the main dishes. A salmon tartare marinated with apple and avocado followed by beef entrecote with Spanish sauce, roast potatoes, and vegetables. Lastly, a Sachertorte with vanilla ice cream brought the meal to an end.
The party after the dinner was the perfect end to an evening of emotion and gifts. The music and a lively photocall, in which participants were able to enjoy some entertaining moments, ensured that everyone went home with a smile on their face, looking forward to celebrating again next year.
Last Saturday, we had the chance to experience the most magical night of the year at Chiringuito Cala de Moraig. Almost 100 neighbours came together to enjoy a spectacular dinner and dance at an event characterised by traditional rituals which leaves bad omens behind and attracts good luck.
In addition, to make this celebration an even more memorable event, Cala del Moraig turned white: a colour of good luck which made for some stylish, ethnic looks.
This magical night also coincides with the Pagan Summer Solstice festival, which is normally the shortest night of the year. From this date onwards, the days start to become shorter, and the nights longer.
As with any event, food became the star of the show thanks to a delicious dinner in the Chiringuito Cala de Moraig, with tasty starters which amazed attendees. When it came to the main course, both those who ordered fresh tuna with vegetables and those who ordered Iberian sirloin with mushroom sauce, were delighted. After dinner, there was a dance which ended with a toast at the end of the night.