El Campello self catering Apartments - visit a summer holiday classic
El Campello lies on the Costa Blanca in Spain. It is a small town known for its fish markets and marina. Some of the best El Campello apartments are available overlooking the harbour which, in ancient times, served as a vigilance point for invading Berber pirates and others will put you in close proximity to many of the places of touristic interest, such as the Banyets de la Reina, a historic site full of remains dating back to 3000 BC. El Campello holiday rentals can be found in both parts of the town – the old and the new. The latter has typical modern constructions and the older part of town contains the beautiful Saint Theresa Church which dates back to 1849. The port area and the promenade will give you the best views of the Mediterranean. Another sunny holiday classic you may be interested in is Villas in Costa Verde.
El Campello Rentals - for a beach holiday full of fun festivities and history lessons
Take time from your stay in El Campello holiday rentals to sample the fabulous array of seafood available in this pretty town. The local population take a lot of care in the preparation of the food they cook and serve and the dishes are incredibly healthy, fresh and delicious. El Campello holiday rentals can also offer you a chance to enjoy a train or a tram ride. From El Campello, you can start a tram ride to Alicante City. There is also the Tower of the Illeta, which was a watch point for the protection of the city.
You can also choose the El Campello villas that will enable you to enjoy the October festival of Moors and Christians. It is brimming with parades and brilliant fireworks. The festival also has mock battles that take place throughout El Campello. Some of the other local festivals take place in January and May. January sees the festivals of Three Kings and Sant Antoni del Porquet and the Cruces de Mayo festival takes place in May. A trip to the tiny island of Illeta del Banyets is also recommended, here you can get to see remnants dating back to the Iberian, Islamic and Roman civilizations. The island is connected to El Campello via an isthmus. In terms of other attractions, you can see the point at which the River Monnegro meets the sea. There are also a few pretty coves to visit, such as the coves of the Coveta Fuma and Banos de la Reina. There are also some magnificent hills in the northern portion of El Campello – the foothills of Cabezon de Oro.