|Penyal de Ifac
|Alt. names||Penon de Ifach|
|Municipality||Alicante (Valencia, Spain)|
|Primary factor [m]||321 (approx. point 31 S 245135 4281657 - located to the north, somewhere north-east of the shallow lake in Calpe)|
|Secondary factor [km]||4.7 (point 31 S 240964 4281922 - located to the west, on the south-east slopes of Serra de Olta)|
|Location||UTM: 31 S 245347 4280331|
|Lat/Lon: N38°38'05.9" E0°04'27.9"|
Penyal de Ifac used to be a pirate hiding place, but has since become a
natural reserve. These days the mountain is visited by hundreds of
tourists almost every day.
The mountain offers a number of climbing routes, in particular the south and north walls, but can also be hiked via one route.
The views from the summit are splendid.
|Main photo||Penyal de Ifac seen from north.|
|Routes||Penyal de Ifac from Calpe|