BEACHES

Just 20 kms. from our apartments

 

mapa de las playas

 

Villajoyosa beaches:


Playa del Centro
This is Villajoyosa's most extensive beach. A blue-flag beach of fine golden sand, it is almos 2 Km. metres in length.
It is provided with all the facilities such as pedal-boat rentals, children's playgrounds and facilities for sports such as beach volleyball (nets) and beach football (goals).
There are also several points of interest in the surrounding area such as the marina, a palm-lined promenade next to the beach, bars, cafés and restaurants and various car parks.
It is the ideal place to spend the day with the family.

Playa el Torres
El Torres beach is a 560 metre-long rustic beach consisting mainly of gravel that is not usually crowded. Its surroundings, near the El Torres camping ground, are semi-urban. It has a snack bar and a small parking area.

Playa del Paraíso
The aptly named 1 km-long Playa del Paraíso is a natural area composed of sand and stone.
In summer it is relatively quiet. It is located in a semi-urban environment Its main services include a snack bar, free parking in the surrounding area, sun-bed and parasol rental, foot washing stations, lifeguards and a pedestrian and cycle path.

Playa del Bol Nou
Bol Nou is a gravel and sand beach in a cove with of great charm located in a small bay between two rocky outcrops.
It is located to the south of the town and the stretches 237 metres at the head of the bay.
There is no promenade but the surrounding area offers numerous on-street parking places.
It is a blue-flag beach with lifeguard service and snack bar.
Playa del Xarco
This small cove with difficult access is one of the treasures of Villajoyosa. Located in a natural setting it is dominated by seventeenth-century defensive tower called Torre del Xarco and exudes a special magic thanks to its location.
It is 216 metres long, uncrowded and especially peaceful.

 

Benidorm beaches:


The bustling holiday resort of Benidorm also has two of the best beaches in Spain - Levante beach and Poniente beach.
Benidorm’s fine, sandy beaches spread for about four kilometres .
The Blue Flag beaches are safe and very family-friendly. It’s a great spot for sailing, jetskiing or paragliding. The long coastal strip has an attractive promenade lined with bars and restaurants offering cuisine from around the world and great offers on daily menus and drinks.
La Cala de Finestrat beach, is located 5 minutes from Benidorm . This popular beach is a wide bay with fine golden sands. You’ll find a great variety of restaurants and seafront eateries which serve typical seafood rice dishes as well as all kinds of international cuisine.

 

Alfás del Pi - Albir beach


Albir is a hidden gem sandwiched between Altea and Benidorm. Its Blue Flag beach is perfect for family holidays as the water is shallow while the beach is close to the shops and restaurants. It combines sand and pebbles.
The seaside promenade has its own “Stars’ Promenade” to rival the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Albir’s version is to commemorate the winners of the prestigious annual Alfaz del Pi Film Festival.

 

Altea beaches


The Playa de la Roda beach is adjacent to the old town of Altea. It is 1,400 metres long, stretching as far as the fishing port. It is delimited by a well-kept sea promenade with shops, ice cream stalls, restaurants, and nautical and diving centres that offer all-year-round services. It combines sand, pebbles and rock and can be accessed either on foot or by car. The beach is equipped with a rescue service, parking, toilets, sailing. Its Blue Flag beach.

 

Calpe beaches


Calpe is one of the most iconic resorts in the Alicante region, thanks to the impressive Ifach rock which is 332 metres high and juts out to sea. The coastal town is home to 2 beaches with a fine sand and clear waters and many coves.
The main beaches are : La Fossa and The Arenal-Bol , the busiest, in the city centre. This urban beach has great views of the Ifach rock and is close to the marina, where many swish yachts are moored.

 


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