Between Poniente beach and the Old Town of Benidorm is this tiny little cove known as Cove of Mal Pas, a delightful spot protected by the Mediterranean Lookout and watched over by the Church of San Jaime.
A gateway to the Mediterranean. Cala del Baladrar is an increasingly popular cove in Benissa thanks to the views, the quality of the water and the lively beach bar set up there in summer, offering live music while you enjoy a bar snack
Cala del Baladrar is a delightful gateway to the Mediterranean, the light typical of these latitudes being its predominant feature, as the pine trees rise above the azure waters, inviting you to embark on an enchanting boat trip. A rocky outcrop divides this bay into El Baladrar and La Goleta. It begins with the pebbled Barranco "dels Sesters", and ends with a 30-metre cliff.
The cove is protected from the easterly winds, and the shallow, clear waters and abundant aquatic life make it the perfect place for a beautiful boat trip.
|Services||BEACH BAR, CAR PARK, TOILETS|
|Activities||SNORKELLING, DIVING, SAILING, SAILING, KAYAKING|
Benidorm, located beyond the Old Town of Benidorm, has a more laid back atmosphere than Levante, and is more popular with Spanish tourists.This is the longest beach in the town of Benidorm.
The city's most famous beach and the focal point for tourism, one of its key attractions being the promenade which runs alongside, making it the ideal place to visit.