Sandy beaches, pebbles, steep cliffs. You’ll find all types of beaches at the Costa Blanca. We checked all beaches and listed up the best beaches in Benissa Costa Blanca for you.
Cala Baladrar. El Baladrar Cove boasts a breathtaking landscape. As it is surrounded by cliffs, it opens up like a balcony onto the Mediterranean sea. It begins at the Sesters ravine and features a pebble beach. To access it you must go down some stairs. Once you reach the sea level a rocky inlet divides the cove in two sections: El Baladrar and La Goleta. The cove is protected from the easterly wind. Because of its shallow, clear waters and abundant marine flora and fauna it is perfect for diving. Services: the trendy beach bar Olalà, car park, toilets.
Cala la Fustera. This small, fine sand beach is surrounded by rocky outcroppings. Therefore it protects the beach and makes it a perfect shelter. The beach has a beautiful scenery with vegetation that practically reaches the sea itself and with crystal-clear waters.
Near this beach you will discover the La Fustera Cave. As it is 10 metres above sea level one can enjoy a magnificent view of the Benissa coastline and the Peñón de Ifach. Services: beach bar La Mandala, toilets, foot wash, lifeguards, blue flag, car park, playground and accessibility for people with reduced mobility.
Cala l’Advocat. Undoubtedly the most outstanding feature of this cove is its small jetty that gives access to the sea. Additionally it’s worth a visit as the chiringuito L’Espigó serves excellent food. It has everything you need to spend a complete day at the beach. At first a small sandy area shielded from the waves that is perfect for children. Furthermore a wonderful underwater environment. The beach ends with a 47-metre cliff known as the Cantalar. Services: beach bar, toilets, foot wash, car park.
Cala la Llobella. This is the most natural, peaceful and untamed cove of all. The discreet access ensures that it is seldom visited. It has a pebble beach and is ideal for underwater sports. For sure its most outstanding feature is the beautiful, wide open sea floor. The beach is framed by vegetation on the surface, with pine trees that practically reach the water.
At some beaches you can rent beds and sunshades or watersports equipment. Life guards are only present in summer. Parking is a challenge in summer. Therefore go early or park your car a bit further along the road. For more information about the best beaches in Benissa Costa Blanca, check Benissa’s tourism website.