In the boundary between the Gulfs of Valencia and Alicante, visitors may view the “Cabo de La Nao” as the closest point on the peninsula to the island of Ibiza. Its exceptionally natural beauty makes it an essential place to visit. In fact, the Council of the Environment highlights its Plant Microreserve. At the base of the cape, it is possible to visit the famous Cave:: Cova dels Orguens, a natural cave described by the Naturalist Cavanilles at the end of the 18th Century. It also has coves which are suggestive refuges from the Mediterranean Sea.