Alcossebre

This area has a steady tourist trade and shops bars and restaurants to cater for the locals and the tourists.

There is a perfect balance here, a large and vibrant Spanish community with their lifestyle and traditions intact. The area is not over commercialised, there are no high rise developments or touts trying to drag you into restaurants or sell you holiday club/timeshares.

This is a peaceful place where couples, families or groups can come and enjoy all this area has to offer.

Beaches to suit every one, golden or white sand, beach games, childeren building sand castles, playing volleyball. Or desolate lonely coastline where you can have some peace.

Bars and Restaurants, Cycling, Sailing and Watersports, Hiking, Bird Watching, Historical monuments and a nature reserve.

There are many festivals which bring all the people together out onto the streets, eating drinking and savouring each others company.

Alcalá de Xivert is the nearby town and is the governing community over Alcossebre, Cap i Corp and Las Fuentes.

First recognised as an official settlement in 1250 by the Knights Templers. It’s centrepiece is the 68 meter high tower of the church of Saint John the Baptist. The tower took some 19 years to build and was completed in 1803.