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Calp - Banys de la Reina - Calp

38 min.
Technical difficulty
2,38 km
Total elevation gain
10 m

From the downtown Tourist Information Office, located in the square known as Plaza del Mosquito, take the street called Calle Cervantes, turn left and go to Plaza de España. Take Calle Campanario and go to Plaza del Beato Francisco Sendra.

From here, continue towards Torreó de la Peça and the old walls; going through the great arch, you get to the museum called Museo del Coleccionismo where you can go in for a while.

Once in Plaza de la Vila, where the parish church called Nuestra Señora de las Nieves is located, turn left.

Now that you are on Calle Francisco Zaragoza, you can enjoy having a look around the Contemporary Art Gallery.

Afterwards, go down the stairs and continue the route along Calle Santísima Cristo until you get to Plaza del Maestro Llopis, where you can rest and play with your children. This square offers board games, blackboards, maps…

Continuing along the route, you quickly arrive at the Museum of History and Archaeology, where the Roman site called Baños de la Reina and the medieval settlement of Ifach are prominent. Upon leaving the museum, go down the street known as Calle de la Soledad, where you can see the fountain of Santísimo Cristo del Sudor, the patron saint of Calp.

When you get to Calle del Mar, you can see, on the right hand side, the mural that represents the history of “El Miracle”.

Continuing towards the left, the next stop is the square known as Plaza de los Marineros, which pays homage to Calp's seafaring roots.

The route continues along the avenue called Avenida Gabriel Miró, towards the Arenal-Bol beach. Continue along the promenade called Paseo Marítimo Niña Elena, until you get to Torre del Molino, an ancient mill where flour was produced, and this is where the route ends, contemplating Baños de la Reina.

Although it was actually a fish farm constructed in Roman times, legend has it that a Moorish queen used to bathe in the pools, accessing the area through a corridor that connected it with the mountain.

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