View of Calpe Rock from the Terrace as the sun sets.
On the east of the Iberian peninsula, in the province of Alicante, you will find the Costa Blanca, bathed by the Mediterranean Sea. Considered one of the healthiest regions by the World Health Organisation, with a warm stable climate ranging from an average of 18 degrees in winter to 28 degrees in the summer. This is also the European tourist destination which has obtained the most blue flags over the last few years for its pristine waters and coastline. The region can be reached either from Alicante (90km) or Valencia (102km) airports and Murcia is 80km south of Alicante. The motorway to these airports lies only 10 km away from the Cumbre del Sol.
The area is ideal for practicing all kinds of sports: sailing, windsurfing, water skiing, golf, tennis, diving, horseback riding or hiking along any of the routes designed for this purpose. Leisure activites in this region have been boosted by the development of one of the largest theme parks in Europe, Terra Mitica, as well as other water or safari parks.
Cumbre del Sol lies in the very heart of the Costa Blanca. The beauty of the landscape, inspires a tranquility not common in the coastal towns. The Cumbre del Sol is ideal because of its proximity to all the hustle and bustle of Javea on one side (7km), the quaintness of Benitachell behind it (3 km), and also borders the town of Moraira at only 4km distance. The cosmopolitan attractions of Benidorm are 32 km away.
Certainly the abundance of natural green areas, fantastic views, and tranquility are reasons to stay in the Cumbre del Sol. There is also a cafeteria, bar, restaurant, swimming pool, stables, golf, tennis courts, and supermarkets as well as the private beaches.
View of the villa's terrace BBQ and external shower
View from terrace Sept 2013
View of private beach on Cumbre del Sol