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.
El Collao Cove
Also known as “Racó de Corb”, this is an unquestionably idyllic cove for lovers of diving and fishing, with an interesting seabed teeming with marine fauna.
Also known as “Racó de Corb”, this is an unquestionably idyllic cove for lovers of diving and fishing, with an interesting seabed teeming with marine fauna. A real gem located to the north of Morro de Toix, it offers the chance to spend a pleasant day far from the hustle and bustle of more popular beaches, while discovering a little more of the wonderful waters of the Mediterranean.
This charming cove enjoys a unique natural setting at the southernmost edge of Calpe, accessible only by sea in the "Puerto Blanco" area.
An unspoiled cove of sand, gravel and pebbles, it is particularly suitable for diving and fishing, its crystal-clear waters providing a perfect view of the outstanding seabed, rich in marine flora and fauna, and a truly special experience since, as it can only be reached by sea, it is always relatively deserted, and so can be explored at leisure.
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Located alongside the Fishing Port and the Peñón de Ifach. Cantal Roig beach is one of the most lively urban beaches in the borough of Calpe.
This delightful beach innvites visitors to spend the perfect day at the seaside here. Why miss out? L’Ampolla beach offers the full range of beach amenities and is a delight for visitors, above all on summer nights. Discover it.