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Explore el Portitxol

Parks & nature in el Portitxol

Beach
“The picturesque blue and white former fishermen's cottages and pretty cove are an instagrammers dream. Tip: gets busy in peak summer, get there early or late and enjoy a drink at the Cala Clemence beach bar.”
8 locals recommend
Scenic Viewpoint
“El visitante llega a la Creu del Portitxol, al remanso de la costa, a la zona que fue fondeadero natural en época antigua. No obstante, cuando alce la vista, probablemente le será muy difícil apartarla del escenario que representa la barcaza encallada a escasos metros: la isla del Portitxol, un islote que alcanza los 300 metros de diámetro, que llegó a estar habitado y donde han sido descubiertos, de hecho, algunos enterramientos.”
1 local recommends
Beach
1 local recommends
Scenic Viewpoint
“Lovely for walking, spectacular views across to Javea and out towards the island. There is a small pebbly each with a couple of restaurants. Ideal for swimming and snorkelling.”
6 locals recommend
Beach
“This is one of our absolute favourites. Only accessible by sea or a relatively easy walking trail of about 1.5km. If you decide you don't want to swim from Cala Blanca beach...then it's about a 20 minutes walk from Villa Chio to Portixol Cross (a monument at the top of Crta. de Portixol). From the villa walk to Toscamar and turn right following the winding road to the top of the hill. Trails are marked at the cross. Left for Sardinera or right to Playa del Portixol. There are viewpoints all along the way. It's a spectacular place and you won't be disappointed either way you choose. Although if you head to Playa del Portixol you will be rewarded with a fabulous restaurant and bar!”
1 local recommends