Calpe is the most popular place for cyclists, with its variety of landscapes, for all types of professionals and enthusiasts to enjoy. Every year professional teams and cycling clubs from all over Europe visit the Costa Blanca to enjoy it's mountain trails and coastal routes.
Departing from one of our five, Ciclotel Point cycling hotels, located on the Mediterranean Sea front you can decide to go straight into the mountains. Alternatively, if you don't want to climb too much you can take the hilly coastal road to Moraira or you can choose to head towards the town of Benissa, where you will encounter a predominantly mountainous area. There's not much traffic in this area and people are very bike friendly. For the world pro teams, it's the perfect area for road cycling training camp, and that's why  8-9 of the teams return every year to our hotels in Calpe.
Mountain biking
When you stay in Calpe you can either take to the mountains with bike routes for beginners, as well as the routes for more experienced bikers. Calpe boasts of numerous tracks leading along country roads, gravel roads, and some rocky sections to Jalon, Lliber or Parcent and much more.
Triathlon Athletes
For the basic training period for road cycling, running and swimming Calpe is an excellent place to choose. All of our Ciclotel Point Hotels are close to the Mediterranean Sea, so you can almost jump out of your window to get started. Don't forget to bring your wetsuit, because in winter time the water hardly reaches 14º C. The local indoor swimming pool "Fernando Delgado"  is 25 meters long if the open sea is too chilly for you. The La Nucia Spanish Olympic training center is 20 km away, this provides an indoor swimming pool, as well as everything a Triathlon athlete should need.


Calpe has been voted one of the most iconic resorts in the Alicante region. It's famous for its Peñon de Ifach, the Old town with its historical buildings and for its long white sandy beaches.
 Calpe offers a wide scope of cultural and artistic events that you can enjoy. The town is famous for its flamenco dancing shows, medieval markets, and concerts in the Plaza Mayor, which is free to the public.
When the Arabs conquered this region they built a castle in the Mascarat area to protect it´s population and named the area around it Kalp. It was recaptured by the Christians in 1244 under James I of Aragon. In 1687 The town was plundered by Barbary pirates, a historical event that has been replayed at the beaches every year which is a major festivity.
Calpe population is 21.500, 60% are mainly foreigners, including  Belgium, French and British.
Calpe has three markets, these are on Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday.

Calpe: vibrant, alive, exciting, traditional, unforgettable!





hotel with indoor & outdoor pools, restaurant and bar

Hotel Package from 41,45€ per person/night in double room

  • Room with breakfast & dinner with water and wine, buffet style
  • Secured Bike storage room in garage
  • Place to clean the bike
  • Access to indoor swimming pool
  • Gym
  • Return airport transfer with bike €70