Also called Cala Cap Blanc, it is the last cove of the town before reaching Benissa and is a small treasure worth the visit. it is a small cove, 190 metres long and 8 metres wide and is one of the least frequented in Moraira. It is in an area of difficult access but has been adapted in recent years so that it can now be accessed via a paved staircase, the cove is all rock, so it is recommended to wear suitable footwear or booties to enjoy it. On one of the sides of the beach there are iron stairs that lead directly to the sea.
It is reached via the Moraira to Calpe road and the last part must be done on foot. At the beginning of the path, down to the beach we can contemplate the magnificent landscape of sea and cliffs with the Peñón de Ifach and the town of Calpe in the background.
Its crystal clear waters of a beautiful turquoise colour make it especially recommended for snorkelling, as there is a lot of marine life and it is very easy to appreciate the typical fauna and flora of the area, from numerous fish, to sea urchins, starfish, anemones, octopus, etc. It is also an ideal spot to spend a day fishing, as well as an excellent spot for bird watching.
For summer days, we recommend you bring drinks and food, as well as everything you need to spend the day, as this beach does not have any kind of services. We do not recommend this beach to go with very young children as there are other beaches better conditioned, sandy, and with a greater number of services.