Penon de Ifach

  • Benissa

    benissa Penon de Ifach

    Benissa is a small town on the Costa Blanca in the province of Alicante.It is one of the oldest towns on the Costa Blanca. Benissa has 4 km of coastline linking the towns of Moraira and Calp.

    The 4 km of Benissa coastline are steepy, with cliffs and small coves invaded by pines. This coastline is traversed by an eco-tour with several stretches where you can also walk almost all year around due the nice weather, enjoying the best views of the coast of Benissa.


    1. Old Town and the city center: from the Middle Age to the Renaissance
    2. Our Sea and Coast:

    Cove Baladrar: pebbles and rock
    Advocat Beach: sandy and rock with a beach bar
    cove Llobella: Pebbles and rocks, difficult access, very quiet
    cove dels Pinets: Pebbles and rock
    Fustera Beach: Blue Flag (EU), sandy with a beach bar

    Bay Bassetes : rocky with Restaurant and beach bar, A school for water sports: kayaking, diving, snorkeling, surfing.


    -Typical food in the village: rice, sausage and Cocas( spanish pisto pizzas)
    -July and August : tapas in the town of Benissa: tapa + drink = 2 €

    5 Hiking routes:

    Ruta dels Riberers: 4 h. 14 km, medium difficulty, max. high 430 m.
    Oltá route: 2 hours, total 7 km. Average difficulty, max. high 587m.
    Route Hermitages : Santa Anna, Pedramala, Lleus, Benimarraig, Benimarco and Pines. During the summer all celebrate their festivals, the best time to visit them.
    Solana Road: 3 hours, total 12 km, medium difficulty, max high: 724m.
    Bernia route: 3.5 hours, total 8 km, medium-high difficulty, max. high 850m

    Golf Club: Club de Golf Ifach, 9 holes, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.">This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., 966497114

    Tennis: Club de Tenis y padal Buenavista, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.">This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., 965747867

    Riding Club: Street after Jalón


    Church Fiestas: 4th Sunday in April: processions, music, fireworks, street bulls
    Moors and Christians Fiestas weekend closest to June 29. Spectacular processions with beautiful costumes.
    Fira i Porrat: 2nd half of January, recommended as local attraction.


    The interior: Xaló, Lliber, Alcalalí. In February and March, flowering almond, wine and sweet wine,

    To the north:

    Teulada-Moraira, Gata de Gorgos typical for wicker products
    Xábia, Denia

    Benidoleig: Cave – Cueva de las Calaveras            

    Pego: Marsh Nature Park Pego-Oliva

    Vall de EBO: Cave – Cueva del Rull

    Valencia 110 km: City of Arts and Sciences, Oceanographic


    Calp with Penyal d'Ifach

    Altea with its white houses

    Callosa d'en Sarria with Fuentes del Algar and Guadalest Castle,

    Benidorm with its wide range of leisure and entertainment, theme parks Terra Mitica, Terra Natura , Mundomar and Aqualandia.

    Access by highway AP7 (exit 63) or road: N 332
    Alicante Airport "El Altet" 80 km
    Valencia Airport "Manises to 110 km

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    Benissa ist eine Stadt an der Küste von Alicante, mit einigen kleinen Buchten und dem historischen Zentrum mit einem kosmopolitischen und mittelalterlichen Geschmack.



    Die 4 km lange Küste von Benissa besteht teilweise aus Klippen, kleine Buchten die mit Pinien bewachsen sind. Diese Küste führt durch einen Öko-Pfad mit verschiedenen Abschnitten, der fast das ganze Jahr hindurch begehbar ist, das milde Klima an der Küste von Benissa ist beständig.Benissa hat eine Küste die vor allem aus kleinen Buchten und Steilküsten besteht. Die Küstenlinie von 4 km Länge der Gemeinde hat Buchten aus Kies, Steinen und Sandstränden, viele Buchten sind zum Tauchen und Segeln geeignet. Der beliebteste Strand ist der von Fustera, da gibt es unter anderem ein grosses Sportangebot und Spielplätze. Die Stadt hat eine imposante Kirche, welche sich lohnt anzusehen sowie eine schöne Alstadt mit einem Kloster.

    Wer der Sonne und dem Strandleben entfliehen möchte, der findet dazu im landeinwärts gelegenen Benissa die Möglichkeit. Im schönen, gepflegten Altstadtkern des Ortes schmücken schmiedeeiserne Balkone und
    Fenstergitter die Häuser. Häufig entdeckt man in den Fensterbänken alte, handbemalte Kacheln.

  • Penon de Ifach

    Penon de Ifach

    The enigmatic Penon de Ifach stands proudly at 332m at the head of Calpe, surrounded by the shimmering blue of the Mediterranean Sea. It's a huge calcareous rock, joined to the mainland by a detritic isthmus. With a protected surface area of just forty five hectares, Penon de Ifach is among the smallest nature reserves in Europe. Despite its measurement, the reserve attracts roughly a hundred,000 guests each year.

    Historical past of Penon de Ifach

    All through history, Penon de Ifach has served a number of purposes. In the 4th to 3rd centuries earlier than Christ, there was an Iberian village on the foot of the rock, on its western side. Later, in Roman times, the settlement moved to the isthmus joining the rock to the mainland, although findings affirm that the sides of the rock have been as soon as once more inhabited throughout the Center Ages.

    Penon de Ifach once served as a landmark for mariners. It was then used as a watchtower, with its lofty peak of 332m offering an excellent vantage level to identify approaching pirates and invaders. Regardless of finest efforts, continuing attacks from the ocean pressured inhabitants down to the village of Calpe.

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Your Wellbeing is our Priority

The health and safety of our guests is a priority. In the light of the Covid-19 outbreak, we would like to share with you the enhanced cleaning and precautionary measures that we have instituted at our villa.

Thorough our feral cleaning process, common surfaces such as tables, light switches, entertainment screens, TV and Aircon remotes are cleaned with disinfectant spray and wipes. The change of all pillow covers, bedsheets, and blanket after checkout are already our standard.

The Air Condition systems are being disinfected on a weekly bases as well after guests check out. Free Handwash Spender and Instant Hand Sanitizer are placed in all bathrooms and kitchen.

If you are worried to stay in a large hotel with a lot of guests, a private villa is the best alternative. To be clear we are not jumping on these scare tactics and hysteria going around.

We believe in a smart way of prevention and how an individual can protect themselves.

Yours Sincerely,

Turisol Manager & Owner