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 Morelló
A small, fine sand and rocky cove offering fantastic views and a wonderful atmosphere, given the vicinity of the Paseo Infanta Elena promenade and the Baños de la Reina, making it a very popular spot with tourists.
This delightful urban cove in Calpe is small in size, but offers an outstanding landscape of verdant palms adding to its lively ambience in the summer season.
Just 50 metres in length, Cala Morelló is equipped in the summer season with a lifeguard post, buoys, restaurants very close by, toilets and foot washes, and is a charming, open cove of fine sand, pebbles and rocks, one of the most popular with visitors thanks to the famous archaeological site of the Baños de la Reina nearby.
Given its fine location on the Infanta Elena promenade and very close to Las Salinas, access is extremely easy, and it furthermore boasts a beautiful landscape, making it typically one of the busiest in the borough of Calpe.
|Services||LIFESAVING, TOILETS, RESTAURANT, FOOT WASH, ACCESS RAMP, MARKER BUOYS|
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.