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.
Cala El Racó
A small but outstanding semi-natural cove which is the perfect spot for diving thanks to the clarity and cleanliness of its waters. It is reached via the fishing port or along the Príncipe de Asturias.
The promenade, offers a pleasant stroll which also serves to reveal the beauty of the Mediterranean coastline here.
Located at the foot of the rear of the Peñón de Ifach in the borough of Calpe, this pebble beach covers some 150 m of Mediterranean coastline.
It is the ideal spot for those wishing to spend a day diving, exploring the interesting seabed and its marine fauna, fishing in its crystal-clear waters or enjoying a pleasant stroll along the Príncipe de Asturias Ecological Promenade.
In the summer season the beach has a lifeguard and toilets. It is accessible via the fishing port or otherwise from the Príncipe de Asturias Esplanade, where the Ecological Promenade begins, offering spectacular views of the coastline.
|Services||LIFESAVING, TOILETS, BEACH BAR|
|Activities||DIVING, FISHING, PROMENADE|
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.