Ifach’s Rock from La Fossa Beach

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Ifach’s Rock from La Fossa Beach in #Calpe#costablanca

The “Rock of Ifach”, symbol of the Costa Blanca, is perched at sea and limestone of 50,000 m2 to 332 m. high and a mile long. Earthed by a narrow isthmus, which is the product of a landslide in the nearby “Sierra de Oltà” constitute one of the most unique landforms and beauty not only of Valencia but the entire Mediterranean coast, apart from Gibraltar’s one.

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Ifach’s Rock from La Fossa Beach – costablancaspain.org

On both sides of Ifach’s Rock there are sandy beaches with crystal clear water: “La Fossa” towards the North, of “Cantal Roig” and “Arenal-Bol” towards the South, along with the “Morro Toix” that gives way to the Bay of Calpe.

At its feet you can find Real Club Náutico of Calpe and the fishing port, where the daily the prized catch of its fishing fleet is received al the “Lonja”. It is also a meeting point for climbers and divers from all around the world who uphold their resistance in a continued defiance of nature by walls and depths. You may also enjoy yourselves dancing on the Calpe’s beaches this summer.

Learn more about Calpe’s beaches on: http://costablancaspain.org/calpebeach/

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