Beaches & Coves

Fine golden sand, transparent waters and beaches that are clean and cared for throughout the year identifies the Benidorm seafront. At its north end, there are two small coves of sand and rock that are very suitable for diving and for those who like to swim alone. Further on starts the bustling promenade of the popular and busy Levante beach, which in addition to its many facilities on offer, also has the added attraction of being lively throughout the year. South of the port, the Poniente beach competes in beauty and facilities with Levante beach. Both have in common the fact they, thanks to its orientation, enjoy sunshine in winter all day until sunset and in summer until after eight. Between them, in a section that corresponds to the old town and the shelter of the Canfali hill, is the small cove of Mal Pas and opposite, the Benidorm island, a paradise for scuba divers.
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Touring the town

Starting in the Torrejó Square you can walk up Carrer dels Gats, a typical street made of cobbles stones, to St James' Church built in the 18th century. From outside the church you can go under the archway that leads to Senyoria Square, Castelar Square and Mirador del Castillo. The views from here overlooking the Levante, Poniente and Mal Pas beaches, are among the most beautiful ones in Benidorm. Continue your journey towards the harbour where you can go on excursions to the Island of Benidorm, Calpe and Tabarca. Other interesting places to visit in the town are Elche Park, Poniente and Levante Promenade and L'Aigüera Park.
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Boat trips

Boat trip to the Island: A visit to the Island of Benidorm, which is part of the terrestrial and maritime "Sierra Helada" Natural Park, where you will be able to watch the sea bed from the glass bottom boats, Aquario and Aquascope. Costa Panorama: One hour coastal mini cruise to Calpe fishing harbour, where you will be able to enjoy the awesome views of the cliffs of the "Sierra Helada", the beach of "El Albir" and the beautiful village of Altea. Boat trip to Tabarca: boat trip lasting 1,15 h to the only inhabited island of the Region of Valencia. Depending on the season, you can also visit the town of Alicante.
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