Pinets Cove

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.

Composition SAND/ROCK

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