One of the favourite beaches with visitors and locals alike, offering a view of the small island which shares its name with the beach: Isla de Olla with the imposing Peñón de Ifach in Calpe as its backdrop.
A patch of paradise on the costa of Benissa. Rocks and sea form an enchanting scene where visitors feel they are centre-stage.
Cala Pinets is a small cove of crystal-clear waters surrounded by a beautiful landscape of dense pine trees.
It comprises sand and rock, and is the starting point for a walk along the famous Mar Muerta (or Dead Sea), a narrow strip of shallow sea water protected from the waves by the rocks, as well as the "Rocas Negras" (Black Rocks): rocky formations which contain iron ore giving them their distinctive colour.
The cove has no amenities, although just 4 minutes away is Playa de La Fustera , which has showers, toilets and a bar/restaurant.
|Activities||SURFING, SNORKELLING, KAYAKING, DIVING, HIKING|
A delightful and peaceful bay of golden sand very close by the marina, home to a fantastic diving centre along with many other amenities. This semi-urban beach allows for a quiet day by the seaside as well as wonderful views of the Peñón de Ifach in Calpe.
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.