El Campello is a town located on the Costa Blanca of Spain, within the Valencian Community, and is a 20-minute tram ride from Alicante city. The town has a rich history, with archaeological remains dating back to 3000 BC at 'La Illeta'. The remains of Roman-era fish factories can also be seen at the site.
El Campello's connection to the sea has played a significant role in its social and economic life. The town has a busy marina and fish market, and there are 23 kilometers of coastline to explore. El Campello's personality became so exclusive that it separated from Alicante in 1901. Today, the town is a popular holiday destination with beaches, museums, and historical sites to visit