Costa Blanca has
great beaches and coves along its 200 km. of coastline with numerous
Blue Flagged beaches. Many
Costa Blanca beaches awarded prized European Blue-Flag status
and many seaside holiday towns offer sailing schools, yacht clubs,
windsurfing and water-skiing instruction, swimming and scuba-diving
Alongside the district of Marina Alta on the north there are small and
secluded beaches in the towns of Denia, Javea, the Benitachell and
The Marina Baixa region has some of
the most beautiful and famous sandy beaches of Levante and
Poniente of the most popular holiday resort
In the southern province from
to Pilar de la Horadada,
there are nice beaches and valuable natural dunes, highlighting
the dunes of Guardamar.
There are numerous great beaches in Alicante. San Juan, Cabo de
Huertas, La Albufereta, Agua Amarga and El Salar are the most
popular of the Alicante beaches.
There are more than 7 km. of breathtaking beaches with crystal
clear waters. The excellent Levante beach and Poniente beach, which is
quieter, are the beach holiday spots for Benidorm. The city’s Old
Quarter sits on a promontory, which is separating the two famous beaches
Benidorm. There is a wide range of water sports activities to choose
from such as waterskiing, diving and parasailing. The beachside
promenade is popular with the beachgoers and water sports lovers.
Calpe (Calp) Beaches
A day out at the Calpe beaches is one of the main attractions of
the town. Windsurfing and jet-skiing is popular at the La Fossa
and Arenal beaches in
there are numerous beaches along the 20 km. of coastline. The
fine sandy El Arenal beach, pine woods, rock and scuba-diving at
Granadella, tiny coves at Portichol and more are the popular
attracitons for the travelers.
The 20 km. coastline of
has fine sand to the north (Les Marines) and rock and cliff-face
to the south (Les Rotes). Denia beach is a nice one for the
has great beaches for the beach goers. The Playa del Cura beach
is the most popular beaches of Torrevija. Variety of water
sports are available.