A Travel Guide to Cumbre Del Sol
Cumbre Del Sol lies in the heart of the Costa Blanca between Moraira and Javea in the Northern part of Alicante Province, Spain. Beautiful white sand beaches, lavish greenery, shopping centers, luxurious restaurants surround this fascinating area, which is a major attraction for tourists who come to have a taste of the Cumbre Del Sol lifestyle. Being adjacent to the Mediterranean Sea, this area boasts breathtaking crystal clear waters, fine sand and unlimited sunshine all year round.
Cumbre Del Sol is easily accessible and is not very far from major Spanish gateways such as Valencia and Alicante. Moreover, road trips can also be enjoyed conveniently using the N332 access road which leads to some of the most magnificent beaches of the area. Outdoor activities such as wind surfing, fishing, cliff walking, scuba diving, as well as playing tennis and golf are major attractions for visitors.
Additionally, there are many commercial centers and shopping districts nearby that offer everything from souvenirs, designer clothes and bags which are made mainly out of local leather work. Foreign nationals largely British make up a significant percentage of Cumbre Del Solís population
Cumbre Del Sol has Mediterranean hot summer climate and mild to moderate winters which makes it an ideal place for both winter breaks and summer getaways. The amazing views of its marvelous, unspoiled beaches have attracted many thousands of local and foreign tourists over the years.
Gastronomical delights are just a few steps away from the magnificent coastline wherein original Spanish delicacies are served. Cumbre Del Sol offers a relaxing holiday, numerous activities for the more active, fine dining, first class accommodations, peace, quiet and lot more.
There is a wide variety of self catering holiday accommodation in the Cumbre Del Sol area ranging from stunning apartments with panoramic sea views to luxury villas with private swimming pools built into the hillside.