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 Penyal
Thanks to its crystal-clear waters, interesting seabed, the surrounding countryside and sea, this small cove is one of the numerous gems in store in the borough of Calpe,
Thanks to its crystal-clear waters, interesting seabed, the surrounding countryside and sea, this small cove is one of the numerous gems in store in the borough of Calpe, allowing visitors to feel truly unique in what is a really special setting.
The unspoiled cove of El Penyal offers the chance to spend a peaceful day by the sea, along with a range of watersports in an almost unique setting.
This small, natural cove measuring some 100 metres in length is located at the foot of the north face of the striking Peñón de Ifach, in the borough of Calpe.
The clarity of the water and the richness of the seabed, teeming with the typical local marine species, make it a suitable destination for diving, boating trips, hiking or fishing.
It is reached along a narrow path running from the northern end of the Ifach Headland itself. As the cove is a little isolated it is relatively uncrowded, offering an excellent chance to spend the day in an unrivalled setting, surrounded by nature and the Mediterranean Sea.
|Activities||DIVING, SNORKELLING, FISHING, HIKING|
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.