Metropolitan Cabo Roig is considered by many to be the jewel of southern Costa Blanca. This peninsula is characterized by small coves with cliffs interchanged with sandy beaches, luxurious villas mixed with older and charming apartments and townhouses. Along the Mediterranean coast, we find scenic walking trails with views all the way to Torrevieja in the north and La Manga in the south. The beaches of Cala Caleta and Cala Capitán have been awarded the Blue Flag for their environmental care, service, safety and not least beauty.
The area has a good mix of restaurants in different price categories, both down by the sea and along the main road N332. There are pharmacies, bakeries, supermarkets and banks within walking distance and the area is characterized by the nice mix of smaller homes built during the late 80s / early 90s as well as the large villas with inviting gardens, many of which have their private gardens directly adjoined to the beach. Best of all is the proximity to the sea no matter where in Cabo Roig you live.
The old port of Cabo Roig is well worth a visit. Here, sailing in all it’s forms is the main activity, but other water sports are of course offered during the summer. The old watchtower - Torre Vigía de Cabo Roig - dominates in the peaceful maritime environment and if you want an Instagram-friendly picture from the holiday you will find it guaranteed here.
Cabo Roig adjoins La Zenia and Aguamarina to the north - Campoamor to the south.