Join us to discover the best coves of this wonderful Mediterraneanspot, where you can enjoy the sun, the sea and the tranquility, a place to find the balance between rest, entertainment and fun.
Benissa is a town situated in the north of the Costa Blanca and his coastline is full of coves
that will delight those who seek an oasis of relax and tranquility, something that large and crowded beaches cannot provide. In resume, if you visit this town, you should not miss any of these 3 coves:
The first cove we recommend you is the heavenly Cala Pinets, a beach that one feels privileged by its tranquility of the area and the peace that transmits this beautiful spot full of pine trees, sand and rocks. Its crystal clear waters are the perfect option to take a relaxing and well-deserved bath, in addition this wild cove, composed of pebble and stone, will give you the possibility to visit its area of the ‘Morta Sea’, a shallow sea tongue protected by rocks that protect the place from the waves, an ideal place to visit with children.
You will find as well ‘Roques Negres”, a large smooth rock formation on which one can rest, with the characteristic reddish color due to the iron composition that these rocks have. It is true that in this cove you will not find services but in a few minutes walk you will find La Fustera beach, where you can find showers, bathrooms and bar/restaurant service.
This cove is 20 meters long and 6 meters wide, has a medium occupancy – high in summer and it has an easy access.
Secondly, we will go to Cala Baladrar, a cove of pebbles and stones where you will need slippers and your camera, because the image and beautiness of Calpe’s Rock in the background is definitely worth the picture, especially when you visit this cove and stay until the sunset.
You will find this cove at the end of a stairs path that opens between cliffs and pines, thanks to them, the cove is naturally protected and does not let the wind pass, leaving an amazing cove of intense blue, crystal clear shallow waters. The cove is ideal to relax and enjoy with the familya wonderful beach day. It is also perfect for scuba diving and snorkeling due to its rich marine fauna and flora.
It has a length of 150 meters and 25 meters wide, has an average occupancy in summer and it has an easy access. It also has a picnic area in the formation of pines at the access to the beach and also has a small beach bar with live music on summer evenings, an ideal place to disconnect and enjoy.
Finally, we will lead to another cove to enjoy a wonderful day of sun and sea with all the services of a large beach, but with a wonderful location, we are talking about Cala de l’Advocat.
This paradisiacal cove protected by ‘El Cantalar’, a 47-meter cliff that goes into the sea forming the perfect frame for a postcard photograph. It is also characteristic for the protection given by a natural dam in which people can sunbathe and walk quietly towardsthe sea, providing the cove a natural swimming pool aspect.
This cove is ideal for a family day on the beach, as it is perfect for children due to its composition of fine sand and calm waters. It is also suitable for water sports such as kayaking or snorkeling, you will be surprised by its marine fauna, thanks to its wonderful underwater environment.
Probably it is the most visited cove of the area, so we recommend its visit during the months before the peak season.
It has a length of 45 meters and 8 meters wide, ithas a high occupancy in summer and has an easy access. Here will find a footbath and showers, also a bar/restaurant where you can enjoy a drink and seethe sunset in a privileged place.