Calpe is a sunny Spanish town of about 26,500 inhabitants, located on the shore of the Mediterranean Sea in the province of Alicante, Valencia, Spain. Like many seaside towns in Spain, Calpe is driven economically primarily by fishing and tourism. The town is quite old, and, consequently, has accumulated its fair share of monuments and archaeological ruins from the diverse peoples who have settled there. Traces of Roman, European (Iberian), Arabic, and Christian civilizations can all be found in this calm and quiet town.
Hotels in Calpe are all a short distance away from many unique attractions, both natural and man-made. The nearby attractions include the remains of Los Banos de la Reina (i.e. ancient public baths), the 18th century tower of La Peça, and the Natural Park of Penon de Ifach, with its stunning seascapes and rock outcroppings. To find the best Calpe hotels for your budget, check out EasyToBook.com or similar sites. You'll find lots of great deals on discount hotels in Calpe.