Cala de Ambolo

Snorkel, rock jump, or simply gaze at the pristine green waters of Cala de Ambolo. The trek down to the beach, and back up at the end of the day, can be demanding, but that’s also what deters the crowds from this postcard-worthy setting. The water is clear, and the surroundings cliffs and rock outcroppings are enough to occupy hours of gazing out to sea. Keep in mind that Cala de Ambolo is considered a nude beach, so fellow sunbathers (if there are any) may not be clothed.

Getting There

North America can fly to Alicante from Toronto, Winnipeg, Windsor, Whitehorse and other popular cities. After reaching beautiful city of Alicante in Spain you can either hire a cab or go for a self drive to Jávea which is about 90 minutes drive from the Alicante-Elche airport using the A-7 and then AP-7 motorway. The best exit is Junction 62 (Ondara) from where the N-332 can be followed back south towards Gata de Gorgos where there is a turning for the CV-734 which leads into Jávea. Follow the maps to reach the secluded Cala de Ambolo beach.