Boasting 23 kilometres of pearly white-sand beaches, El Campello is a sleek resort town brimming with fascinating artwork, beachside tapas bars and nature. Enjoy a quiet beach and the calming crescendo of waves when you visit El Campello.
Things to do in el Campello
Take an evening stroll along the Paseo del Mar, El Campello’s delightful seaside promenade. By day, enjoy a swim in the gentle waves and sandy shoreline of El Campello’s main beach, Muchavista. Go diving or sailing in La Coveta Fuma or La Venta La Nuza, two charming coves with clear water.
Explore the archaeological remains of a Roman fishing farm while splashing in warm ocean water at the Queen’s Bathing Pools, nestled at the foothill of El Campello’s famous watchtower. An audio tour details the prehistoric artefacts found here, including objects from the Bronze Age, Roman Empire and Iberian Era, which can now be seen at the MARQ Museum.
For one of the best views in Spain, visit Guadalest, El Campello’s gigantic mountain fortress. Ascend to the top of an ancient military stronghold carved out of the mountain’s peak to see a glimpse of Ibiza in the distance on a clear day.
Looking for adventure? Explore the famous Canelobre Caves. Brilliantly illuminated with red, purple and blue lights, the caves have been compared to the interior of a Gothic cathedral. Admire the strange shapes and fantastic formations as you navigate your way through the dark, cool corridors.
Getting around el Campello
Fly into Alicante International Airport, a 35-minute drive from El Campello. Hiring a car is a popular and efficient way to explore, while buses and taxis service all major attractions.