Esmeralda Suites Apartments

With a central location, sea views and a spot right on the beach, the Esmeralda Suites Apartments are in a sought-after location that you’ll love. As well as only being 200 metres away from the nearest shops, bars and restaurants, you’re also only 200 metres from the ever-popular Levante Beach. The Esmeralda Suites Apartments provide the perfect self-catering base in the heart of it all. There are two pools with a spacious terrace, plus a separate pool for kids. All three are surrounded by loungers and palm trees. Each apartment comes with a kitchenette, but you’ll find a number of dining opportunities on the seafront promenade, which is only a couple of minutes’ walk away.

Overview of Costa Blanca

Costa Blanca has so much to offer travellers of all ages. It’s no surprise that people return year after year to explore the 200 kilometres of beach, as well as experience its water sports, diving opportunities and traditional Spanish charm. From tourist hotspots like Benidorm to quieter places like Calpe, where you’ll find the Esmeralda Suites Apartments, holidays to Costa Blanca are perfect for those looking to be in the middle of the action and those who want to relax and unwind away from it all. Plus, with over 300 days of sunshine each year, you’re almost guaranteed the weather.

Things to do in Costa Blanca

The centre of Calpe is only a short bus ride away. Here you’ll find a good selection of bars and restaurants. For more adventurous nightlife, Benidorm can be found across from Levante Beach, with clubs open until the early hours. However, there’s also an old town that provides an authentic Spanish feel. Levante Beach also provides plenty of opportunities for water sports fanatics, with options for the whole family to enjoy. With everything from diving boards to a wet playground and even swinging bridges, it’s a great place to spend a day.

Resort Summary

Calpe has been settled for centuries, first by Iberian tribes, and then by the Romans as a colony for salting and drying fish. You’ll still find ancient ruins here, and even today Calpe is renowned for its seafood dishes.

The historic district is surrounded by double-walled fortifications which were built as a defence from pirate attacks. One of the highlights of the old town is a well-preserved bastion, Torreón de la Peça. Inside you’ll find a museum where there are interesting exhibitions of old toys and cameras.

The old town within these ancient walls is a fascinating part of Calpe. It’s a labyrinth of narrow streets and houses with flower-filled balconies. You’ll marvel over the examples of Gothic and Moorish architecture here, as well as the colourful murals on display. There are lots of pretty squares lined with cafés to stop for refreshments.

Calpe also has a modern side with broad boulevards and contemporary apartment blocks. The beachfront promenade is lined with trendy bars, restaurants, and all the amenities you’ll need to enjoy a lively beach break.