Between Bassetes beach and the Peñón de Ifach is the huge bay containing this beach, La Fossa beach, one of the busiest in Calpe, with a whole host of services to offer everyone, along with "Q" tourism quality recognition and a Blue Flag.
La Manzanera Cove
This pebble beach in Calpe measures some 200 m in length and lies alongside the urban development of the same name. As at many of the other coves in the area the crystal-clear water is home to plentiful posidonia seagrass, making it the perfect place to dive or fish.
It is a small cove measuring some 230 metres in length, comprising sand, gravel and stones, and is typically used by the inhabitants of the urban development of the same name, which means that it tends not to be particularly busy, making it possible to enjoy a dip in this idyllic spot without the crowds typical of the larger beaches during the summer season.
The calm waters are ideally suited for snorkelling and diving. For those who prefer a relaxing sunbathe while also enjoying the view, it is worth mentioning that the this is also the site of a number of the ground-breaking buildings by the architect Bofill which characterised the Sixties style.
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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.
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.