Beaches in Alicante

El Albir (Playa del raco del Albir)

El Albir (Playa del raco del Albir)

This pebble beach has all kinds of services and concentrates a large part of the town’s leisure offer.See more
Los Saladares (Urbanova)

Los Saladares (Urbanova)

Located at the southern end of Alicante, in a quiet residential area, in an area of wetlands of great environmental interest, formerly a place of salt exploitation. You can enjoy sunbathing and water bathing over an extensive area of…See more
Arenal-Bol

Arenal-Bol

A beach of fine sand and a large extension, characterised by its unbeatable facilities and availability of services.See more
Cantal Roig

Cantal Roig

This beach, located in the vicinity of the Port of Calpe, has a large number of visitors due to its excellent facilities.See more
El Postiguet

El Postiguet

This beach is located in the heart of Alicante’s town centre, at the foot of the castle of Santa B√°rbara, which takes its name from a small gateway leading to the town. Bordered by a promenade lined with palm trees, it has a wide strip of golden sand….See more
La Albufereta

La Albufereta

This beautiful beach of dark sand and calm waters is located to the northwest of the capital of Alicante, in an urban area and has services throughout the summer season.See more
San Juan (Sant Joan)

San Juan (Sant Joan)

An extensive open beach of some seven kilometres of fine sand and a splendid sandy strip located in a very busy residential area in the summer months and very quiet the rest of the year, with services on the seafront.See more
Cap Blanc

Cap Blanc

Cap Blanc Beach, to the south of the town of Altea, is the largest beach in the municipality, merging with Albir Beach, in the neighbouring municipality, allowing you to enjoy large bathing areas of golden sand alternating with pebbles and gravel.See more
La Roda

La Roda

La Roda Beach, located next to the town centre of Altea, appears as an urban beach where all kinds of services are available to enjoy a large expanse of sand and gravel and its calm waters.See more
Playa de Poniente (Ponent)

Playa de Poniente (Ponent)

The Poniente beach stretches from the old town to the neighbouring Cala de Finestrat. This beach also enjoys the fineness of its sand, the daily cleanliness and the quality of its services, like the Levante Beach, Benidorm’s beach par excellence, although it is also the most popular….See more
Cala del Mal Pas

Cala del Mal Pas

Between the Poniente Beach and the old town is this small cove known as Cala del Mal Pas, which can be accessed from the port or from a staircase that leads directly down from the Castle.See more
Playa de Levante (Llevant)

Playa de Levante (Llevant)

The Levante Beach, which is two kilometres long, stands out for the fineness of its sand and the quality of its services. From the Plaza del Castillo you can access this beach through typical narrow streets with white walls.See more
La Fustera

La Fustera

It is a small beach with light sand and all kinds of services, with special access for the disabled.See more
Mil Palmeras

Mil Palmeras

A natural beach with all kinds of services, including an area reserved especially for the disabled.See more
Playa de La Fossa (Playa de Levante)

Playa de La Fossa (Playa de Levante)

Probably the beach in Calpe with the largest number of people and the best facilities of all kinds on the beach itself and in the surrounding area.See more
La Marineta Casiana (La Marineta Cassiana)

La Marineta Casiana (La Marineta Cassiana)

Beach with a high level of occupation where water sports can be practised.See more
Les Bovetes

Les Bovetes

Beach of golden sand and calm waters.See more
Muchavista (Mutxavista)

Muchavista (Mutxavista)

Extensive beach of golden sand in the southern part of the municipality which, in the summer season, offers a wide range of activities.See more
Carrer La Mar

Carrer La Mar

The centre of Carrer del Mar, which gives its name to this beach, is located on the seafront of the town of El Campello. It is here where the fishermen’s quarter used to be located and which nowadays concentrates the most touristic area of this town.See more
La Marina

La Marina

The beaches of Elx are large areas of golden sand where you can enjoy calm waters and a multitude of services, as well as areas of great ecological value, such as the coastal dune ecosystems.See more
Carabassí

Carabassí

The beaches in the north of Elx are large areas of golden sand where you can enjoy calm waters, as well as areas of great ecological value, such as the coastal dune ecosystems.See more
Arenales del Sol

Arenales del Sol

The beaches in the north of Elx are large areas of golden sand where you can enjoy calm waters, as well as areas of great ecological value, such as the coastal dune ecosystems.See more
El Altet (L'Altet)

El Altet (L’Altet)

The beaches of the north of Elx are large areas of golden sand where you can enjoy calm waters, as well as areas of great ecological value, such as the dune ecosystems of the coast.See more
Finestrat (Cala de Finestrat)

Finestrat (Cala de Finestrat)

Finestrat, a typical inland Mediterranean village, has this small segment of coastline that makes up its beach thanks to its contribution to the defence of the coastline against the Berber pirates.See more
El Moncayo (El Moncaio)

El Moncayo (El Moncaio)

Of the magnificent beaches of the Guardamarenco coastline, Playa del Moncayo and Playa de Los Tusales, next to the mouth of the Segura, are good examples of high quality unspoilt beaches.See more
La Roqueta

La Roqueta

Playa de la Roqueta and Playa Centro are a cosmopolitan beach among the great variety of beaches in this coastal area, all of them perfectly equipped for public use.See more
Playa Centro (Platja Centre)

Playa Centro (Platja Centre)

Playa Centro and Playa de la Roqueta are a representation of a cosmopolitan beach within the great variety of beaches in this coastal area, all of them perfectly equipped for public use.See more
El Rebollo (Les Pesqueres)

El Rebollo (Les Pesqueres)

Playa del Rebollo is another example of the diversity of beaches on this coastline, where isolated beaches are combined with others with a high influx of visitors.See more
La Granadella

La Granadella

A small beach surrounded by pine trees, very suitable for scuba diving.See more
El Arenal

El Arenal

It is the busiest beach in J√°vea, where the only Parador Nacional on the Costa Blanca is located.See more
La Grava

La Grava

This beach is located in the urban area of Aduanas del Mar and is very busy.See more
Barranco Rubio

Barranco Rubio

It is one of the beaches, together with La Glea and Aguamarina, located in the so-called Dehesa de Campoamor, where you can enjoy all kinds of services and a Marina to be able to go along the coast.See more
La Caleta (Cabo Roig)

La Caleta (Cabo Roig)

La Caleta is located to the south of Cabo Roig and is known as Playa de Cabo Roig, with unbeatable services.See more
Cala Capit√°n

Cala Capit√°n

Cala Capit√°n is located to the north of Cabo Roig, with unbeatable services.See more
Cala del Bosque (La Zenia)

Cala del Bosque (La Zenia)

Cala del Bosque and Cala Cerrada are known as La Zenia because they are located in the centre of the urban complex that gives it its name, providing these beaches with all kinds of services.See more
Cala Cerrada (La Zenia)

Cala Cerrada (La Zenia)

Cala Cerrada and Cala del Bosque are known as La Zenia, located in the urban complex of the same name, offering a wide range of services.See more
Cala Estaca (Playa Flamenca)

Cala Estaca (Playa Flamenca)

A small urban cove, with fine sand and with all kinds of services available, especially in the summer season.See more
Cala La Mosca (Playa Flamenca)

Cala La Mosca (Playa Flamenca)

Cala La Mosca is a small urban cove of fine sand with all the services available.See more
Punta Prima

Punta Prima

It is the last beach on the north of the Orihuela coast, in Punta Prima, surrounded by urbanisations and with all kinds of services.See more
El Puerto

El Puerto

It receives its name due to its location in the Port of Torre de La Horadada, which characterises it as an urban beach with a high degree of occupation.See more
El Conde

El Conde

It is a small beach located near the port, with an urban character.See more
Los Jesuítas

Los Jesuítas

The beach of La Torre de la Horadada, known as Los Jesuitas, is bounded to the north by Punta del Gato and is very busy in summer.See more
Playa de Levante (Llevant)

Playa de Levante (Llevant)

It is an urban beach with a large number of people and many services.See more
Varadero

Varadero

In the eastern part of the Santa Pola coastline, Playa Varadero and Santa Pola del Este are urban areas with a large number of services, especially during the summer season.See more
Les Playetes (Les Platgetes)

Les Playetes (Les Platgetes)

This small beach offers transparent waters and fine dark-coloured sand mixed with rocks.See more
El Portet (El Portet de Moraira)

El Portet (El Portet de Moraira)

It is a cosmopolitan beach, with a high level of occupation and access for the disabled.See more
Cala de las Piteras

Cala de las Piteras

In the south, on the border of Orihuela, in a semi-urban area, is this cove surrounded by rocks and with typical Mediterranean vegetation, suitable for fishing.See more
Playa de Poniente (Playa de los N√°ufragos)

Playa de Poniente (Playa de los N√°ufragos)

A beach of fine sand at the southern end of which is a rocky area suitable for fishing. At its northern end is the western breakwater of the Port of Torrevieja, which makes this beach a place of calm water, recommended for sportsmen and women.See more
El Cura

El Cura

Located in the heart of the city, Playa del Cura is the most cosmopolitan beach in Torrevieja.See more
El Salaret (Los Locos)

El Salaret (Los Locos)

Magnificent sandy beach located to the north of Torrevieja, after crossing Punta Carral, which has all kinds of services.See more
La Mata

La Mata

It is the longest beach in Torrevieja and is surrounded by urbanisations. It is close to the Molino del Agua Park.See more
La Caleta (Cala Higuera)

La Caleta (Cala Higuera)

Among the diversity of beaches in this area belonging to La Vila, the beaches of Bon Nou, La Caleta and El Asparalló stand out for the great transparency of their waters, at the foot of cliffs and difficult to access the last two.See more
El Bon Nou

El Bon Nou

Among the diversity of beaches in this area belonging to La Vila, Playa del Bon Nou, La Caleta and El Asparalló stand out for the great transparency of their waters.See more
El Parais (El Paraiso)

El Parais (El Paraiso)

Playa del Parais, together with Playa Centro, are the two main beaches in the more than three and a half kilometres of coastal area of La Vila.See more
Varadero (La Almadraba)

Varadero (La Almadraba)

Varadero beach, to the south of Tío Roig beach, and Estudiantes beach are those that make up the coastline to the north of the town of La Vila.See more
Cala Almadraba

Cala Almadraba

This small beach located in the Rincón de Loix is a counterpoint to the spectacular stretch of fine sand of the beaches of Benidorm, the great tourist centre of the Costa Blanca.See more
La Mina

La Mina

Near the Punta Albir lighthouse there are three small isolated coves of great beauty. La Mina, El Metge and Cala del Amerador.See more
Cala del Médico (Cala del Metge)

Cala del Médico (Cala del Metge)

Three small isolated coves near the Punta Albir lighthouse, El Metge, La Mina and El Amerador.See more
Cala del Amerador

Cala del Amerador

Cala del Amerador, El Metge and La Mina are small isolated coves in the vicinity of the Punta Albir lighthouse.See more
Cala El Collao (Racó del Corv)

Cala El Collao (Racó del Corv)

This isolated beach is located at the southern end of the Sierra de Toix and can be accessed from the sea or by a pedestrian path that is difficult to access.See more
Cala Gasparet

Cala Gasparet

This beach, located in Morro de Toix, is situated to the east of the Sierra de Toix and can only be accessed from the sea.See more
Cala Les Urques

Cala Les Urques

This rocky beach, located in a semi-urban area, does not have any type of service, although it is suitable for scuba diving and fishing.See more
Puerto Blanco

Puerto Blanco

Beach located in the vicinity of the port.See more
Cala La Manzanera

Cala La Manzanera

A cove of sand and gravel which is not characterised by a large number of visitors, perhaps due to the lack of services available.See more
Morelló

Morelló

A small urban beach with a large number of visitors.See more
Agua Amarga

Agua Amarga

This beach, located next to the Port of Alicante, stretches for more than two kilometres between rocks, boulders and gravel, with a low level of occupation. It has an area for pets.See more
Serragrossa

Serragrossa

A rocky beach, difficult to access, with no sand, strong waves and subject to strong winds, with no facilities or services.See more
Puntas del Moro (Puntes del Moro)

Puntas del Moro (Puntes del Moro)

It is a narrow strip that forms the last beach in the urban area.See more
La Almadraba

La Almadraba

Coves located between breakwaters to the east of the Costa Blanca marina. Formed by dark sand, fillings and rocks at the ends.See more
Cala dels Jueus (Cala de los judíos)

Cala dels Jueus (Cala de los judíos)

The coves located in Cabo de las Huertas are situated in a quiet residential area, and stand out for their combination of rock and sand and their small size. Some of them are naturist coves, and most of them are suitable for scuba diving…See more
Cala Cantalars

Cala Cantalars

The coves located in Cabo de las Huertas are situated in a quiet residential area. They are very small in size. Some of them are naturist beaches, and most of them are suitable for scuba diving, especially the rockier ones.See more
El Pinet

El Pinet

Natural beach in the area of Salinas de Santa Pola, an area of great ecological value.See more
Cala de la Palmera

Cala de la Palmera

The coves located in Cabo de las Huertas are situated in a quiet residential area, and stand out for their combination of rock and sand and their small size. Some of them are naturist beaches, and most of them are suitable for scuba diving…See more
Bancal de l'Arena

Bancal de l’Arena

Among the beaches in the east of Santa Pola, this beach has typical characteristics of rocks and dark sand, a consequence of its exposure at the end of the Cape of Santa Pola.See more
Cala del Cuartel

Cala del Cuartel

Among the beaches in the east of Santa Pola, this beach has typical characteristics of rocks and dark sand, as a result of its exposure at the end of the Cape of Santa Pola.See more
Tabarca (Playa central)

Tabarca (Playa central)

The subtropical character of the waters is a constant invitation to swim and offers the diver the panorama of abundant shoals of fish, starfish and a great diversity of algae that form an incredible range of colours.See more
Caleta dels Gossets (Cala de los perros)

Caleta dels Gossets (Cala de los perros)

Among the beaches in the east of Santa Pola, this beach has typical characteristics of rocks and dark sand, a consequence of its exposure at the end of the Cape of Santa Pola.See more
Puerto Viejo (Isla de Tabarca)

Puerto Viejo (Isla de Tabarca)

The waters surrounding the island have been declared a Marine Reserve of the Mediterranean, by virtue of the excellent quality of its waters and the biodiversity of its fauna and flora, and for being a clear example of the Mediterranean marine communities that are scarce in the area….See more
Cap Negret

Cap Negret

Located to the north of the municipality of Altea is this gravel beach, sometimes battered by the storm, which ends in a small cove of black stone called Cala del Soyo.See more
El Soyo

El Soyo

This small cove of black rocks and stones does not attract many bathers due to the constant appearance of algae in its calm waters and the lack of services available.See more
Playa de San Gabriel (Playa de Babel)

Playa de San Gabriel (Playa de Babel)

It is a sandy deposit next to the channeling of the San Gabriel ravine, which can be accessed via a metal footbridge over the railway line, next to the San Gabriel halt.See more
La Olla

La Olla

La Olla beach, although it has a narrow strip of rocks and gravel with no sand, is one of the busiest beaches in Altea, from where you can see the small island of the same name.See more
Solsida (Playa Galera)

Solsida (Playa Galera)

Altea ends at the point of Mascarat and the Sierra de Bernia, where there are gravel coves such as La Solsida, the beaches of Mascarat and Cala de La Barra Grande.See more
Mascarat Sur (Playa de la barreta)

Mascarat Sur (Playa de la barreta)

Altea ends at the tip of Mascarat and the Sierra de Bernia, where there are gravel coves such as this one to the south of Mascarat, also called La Barreta, the beach of La Solsida and the cove of La Barra Grande.See more
Mascarat Norte

Mascarat Norte

Altea ends at the tip of Mascarat and the Sierra de Bernia, where there are gravel coves such as this one, located to the north of the village of Mascarat, the beach of La Solsida and the cove of La Barra Grande.See more
Cala de la Barra Grande

Cala de la Barra Grande

Altea ends at the tip of Mascarat and the Sierra de Bernia, where there are gravel coves such as this one in La Barra Grande, the last beach in Altea, the beach of La Solsida and the beaches of Mascarat.See more
Cala Tío Ximo (Cala Tí Ximo)

Cala Tío Ximo (Cala Tí Ximo)

This small cove located in the Rincón de Loix is presented as the counterpoint to the spectacular extension of fine sand of the beaches of Benidorm, the great tourist centre of the Costa Blanca.See more
Els Pinets

Els Pinets

This small beach alternates fine sand with rocks and is very busy.See more
La Llobella

La Llobella

Isolated beach, rocky in nature and with a risk of landslides.See more
Cala L'Advocat

Cala L’Advocat

This beach is rocky, like many of the surrounding areas.See more
El Baladrar

El Baladrar

This cove is surrounded by pine trees and protected from the easterly winds.See more
Llebeig

Llebeig

This beach is located between the municipalities of Benitachell and Teulada and can only be reached from the sea or on foot by following the course of the ravine.See more
Moraig

Moraig

A cove with basic services within a steep coastline.See more
Los Tiestos

Los Tiestos

A cove that is difficult to access and lacks services.See more
Cala El Racó

Cala El Racó

A cove barely seventy metres long, without sand, semi-urban in nature, located next to the southern breakwater of the Port of Calpe.See more
Cala del Penyal

Cala del Penyal

Isolated beach located on the Pe√Ī√≥n D’Ifach, facing north, suitable for scuba diving, fishing, nautical excursions and hiking.See more
Vista Mar

Vista Mar

This beach is the last one in Pilar de la Horadada, located in a strip known as Ca√Īada Hermosa which continues into the neighbouring municipality of Orihuela.See more
Cala Nostra (Cala Lleida)

Cala Nostra (Cala Lleida)

A small cove of sand and pebbles, with hardly any traffic.See more
Cala Llop Marí

Cala Llop Marí

Small rocky cove, in the northern area, in Pueblo Espa√Īol, it is very attractive for scuba diving due to its rich fauna, flora and geology as it has cavities of great environmental and scenic value.See more
Cala Portitxol

Cala Portitxol

Beach close to the mouth of the Moraira Nautical Club. With low occupancy, it is very suitable for diving and fishing.See more
Punta del Riu

Punta del Riu

Beach, adapted for use with pets, located next to the mouth of the Rio Seco.See more
Cala Calalga

Cala Calalga

This small gravel and sandy beach has nautical rental services to enjoy its calm waters.See more
Cala del Mallorquí

Cala del Mallorquí

A rocky beach with no services and a poor quality natural environment.See more
Cala de les Bassetes

Cala de les Bassetes

La Cala de les Bassetes, small in size and made up of rocks, represents one of the ends of the bay of Calpe, together with Morro de Toix on the other side.See more
Cala de Aigua Dolç

Cala de Aigua Dolç

This cove is located on a cliff, with access via a staircase, close to the Montgó Natural Park and the Cabo de San Antonio Marine Reserve.See more
Les Rotes (Punta negra)

Les Rotes (Punta negra)

Les Rotes, located to the south of Denia, is a small cove with places of incredible beauty.See more
El Marge Roig

El Marge Roig

A semi-urban beach with a narrow strip of dark sand and calm waters.See more
Punta del Raset (Playa Nova)

Punta del Raset (Playa Nova)

It is a beach with a high level of occupation where water sports can be practised.See more
Les Marines

Les Marines

Platja de les Marines has the characteristic of the beaches in the north of Denia, with fine sand, very long and with regression.See more
Molinos y Palmeras (Punta dels molins)

Molinos y Palmeras (Punta dels molins)

Beach to the north of Denia, characterised by its large expanse of fine golden sand.See more
Racó de la Alberca

Racó de la Alberca

Semi-urban beach of golden sand, bathed by calm waters.See more
L'Estanyo

L’Estanyo

Semi-urban beach with a large expanse of sand, although somewhat lacking in services.See more
La Almadraba (L'Almadrava)

La Almadraba (L’Almadrava)

Beach located to the north of Denia, characterised by its large extension, generally for family tourism.See more
Sorts de Mar (Costa la calma)

Sorts de Mar (Costa la calma)

Regenerated beach with quarry sand.See more
Les Deveses

Les Deveses

It is the largest beach in the Denia area, characterised by being subject to considerable winds, which make it possible to practise sailing sports.See more
Banyets de la Reina (Ba√Īos de la Reina)

Banyets de la Reina (Ba√Īos de la Reina)

Rocky cove with crystalline waters suitable for diving.See more
La Almadraba (L'Almadrava)

La Almadraba (L’Almadrava)

Semi-urban beach of sand and gravel located very close to the archaeological site of Illeta dels Banyets.See more
El Amerador

El Amerador

El Campello has more than 20 km of coastline with beaches of all types, from Muchavista, bordering San Juan in Alicante, to the small rocky coves of Barranco de Aguas or Cala del Cuartel, or dark sandy coves such as Baeza and Piteras.See more
Cala del Morro Blanc (Cala del Puerto)

Cala del Morro Blanc (Cala del Puerto)

A cove with coarse sand and shallow waters, offering good conditions for a family day out.See more
Cala de En Medio (Cala d'Enmig)

Cala de En Medio (Cala d’Enmig)

A secluded cove of coarse sand flanked by two escarpments that help to create an atmosphere of intimacy and tranquillity. There is usually an accumulation of seaweed.See more
Cala Piteras (Cala Piteres)

Cala Piteras (Cala Piteres)

Small cove of sand and stones and clean waters, perfect for diving and water sports.See more
Cala del Cuartel (Playa de la Lloma de Reixes)

Cala del Cuartel (Playa de la Lloma de Reixes)

A rocky beach of great scenic interest, located under the cliff and crowned by the 16th century watchtower “La Torre de Reixes or Aig√ľes”.See more
Cala Baeza (Cala La Merced)

Cala Baeza (Cala La Merced)

It is a small gravel cove with a small port that gives it a rustic and traditional air.See more
Cala Lanuza

Cala Lanuza

A cove of fine sand located next to Puerto de la Merced. With calm waters, it is much appreciated by families with children for bathing in the summer season.See more
Cala les Palmeretes (Cala Monte Lanuza)

Cala les Palmeretes (Cala Monte Lanuza)

The Cala les Palmeretes or Monte Lanuza cove is located next to the Cala Lanuza cove, both receiving the name of the Alto Lanuza, parallel to the coastline.See more
El Pinet

El Pinet

The south of Elche has two beaches with similar characteristics, El Pinet and La Marina, wide strips of golden sand.See more
Setla-Mirarrosa (Els poblets)

Setla-Mirarrosa (Els poblets)

This semi-urban beach is the only one belonging to the municipality of Els Poblets, located inland.See more
Les Ortigues

Les Ortigues

The beaches of El Campo and Les Ortigues, one next to the other, form a wide strip of golden sand that allows you to enjoy long walks.See more
El Campo (El Camp)

El Campo (El Camp)

The Playas del Campo and Les Ortigues, one next to the other, form a wide strip of golden sand that allows you to enjoy long strolls.See more
Los Viveros (Vivers)

Los Viveros (Vivers)

This beach gets its name from the proximity of the many nurseries located in the area, which are the object of the different crops that characterise this land.See more
Los Tusales (Platja dels Tossals)

Los Tusales (Platja dels Tossals)

Of the magnificent beaches of the Guardamarenco coastline, Playa del Moncayo and Playa de los Tusales, next to the mouth of the Segura, are good examples of high quality unspoilt beaches.See more
Babilonia (Platja de la Babilònia)

Babilonia (Platja de la Babilònia)

The main characteristic of this partially anthropised beach is that it is home to one of the most important dune systems in the Mediterranean.See more
El Ambolo

El Ambolo

This beach is difficult to access by land and can be accessed from the sea.See more
Cala de la Barra

Cala de la Barra

Small rocky cove, isolated, located at the end of Cabo de la Nao.See more
Portitxol (La Barraca)

Portitxol (La Barraca)

Beach with a high degree of occupation from where the small island of Portichol can be seen.See more
Cap Marti (La Almadrava)

Cap Marti (La Almadrava)

This gravel beach is isolated due to its difficult access, although it enjoys a high level of occupation due to its calm waters.See more
Primera y Segunda Caletas

Primera y Segunda Caletas

A double cove in the area known as “Cala Blanca” with a narrow strip of boulders and rocks where you can enjoy calm waters.See more
Segundo Monta√Īar

Segundo Monta√Īar

Rocky coast of great extension, in which areas have been prepared for bathing.See more
Primer Monta√Īar

Primer Monta√Īar

A large urban beach made up mainly of rocks and gravel, where water sports can be practised.See more
Pope (Tango)

Pope (Tango)

This small gravel beach is located in the vicinity of the Cabo de San Antonio Marine Reserve.See more
Mil Palmeras (Vistamar)

Mil Palmeras (Vistamar)

It is a natural beach located in an urban area, where all the necessary services are available for its use.See more
La Glea (Campoamor)

La Glea (Campoamor)

It is one of the beaches, together with Barranco Rubio and Aguamarina, located in the so-called Dehesa de Campoamor, where you can enjoy all kinds of services and a marina to be able to go along the coast.See more
Aguamarina (La Regia)

Aguamarina (La Regia)

Beach located in the so-called Dehesa de Campoamor, where you can enjoy all kinds of services and a marina to be able to walk along the coast.See more
Playa del Río

Playa del Río

A natural beach with all kinds of services.See more
Calas del Cabo Pe√Īas

Calas del Cabo Pe√Īas

This natural formation, which is difficult to access, is an isolated cove with calm waters and golden sand.See more
El Mojón

El Mojón

It is the last beach on the coastline of Pilar de la Horadada, on the border with Murcia.See more
Las Higuericas

Las Higuericas

This fine sandy beach is located away from built-up areas, but with a large number of visitors who enjoy the beach.See more
Las Villas

Las Villas

It is a beach with a high level of occupation, especially during the summer season.See more
Cala del Rincón

Cala del Rincón

This cove is not very busy, with very good water quality and lacking in services. Ideal for diving.See more
Calas de Rocamar

Calas de Rocamar

These coves of easy access, fine sand and calm waters are located in Punta del Gato.See more
La Gola

La Gola

This natural beach is one of those that form the coastal area adjacent to the Natural Park “Salinas de Santa Pola”, an area of great ecological value.See more
Tamarit (Brac del Port)

Tamarit (Brac del Port)

Urban beach in the westernmost part of the town centre.See more
Lisa (Llisa)

Lisa (Llisa)

Wide beach of dark sand and high occupancy.See more
Gran Playa

Gran Playa

This beach, in the Gulf of Santa Pola, is one of the beaches that form the coastal area adjacent to the “Salinas de Santa Pola” Nature Reserve, an area of great ecological value.See more
Calas I-II-III Santiago Bernabeu

Calas I-II-III Santiago Bernabeu

The Calas I, II and III Santiago Bernabéu, together with the Levante Beach in the Santa Pola seaport, form a complex artificial space to the south of the town.See more
Santa Pola del Este

Santa Pola del Este

In the eastern part of the Santa Pola coastline, this beach and Varadero beach are urban areas where a large number of services are available, especially during the summer season.See more
Cala de la Ermita (Mare de Deu)

Cala de la Ermita (Mare de Deu)

La Cala de la Ermita has typical characteristics of rocks and dark sand, a consequence of its exposure at the end of the Cape of Santa Pola.See more
El Andragó (L'Andragó)

El Andrag√≥ (L’Andrag√≥)

It is a small semi-urban cove with no sand, where there are areas that suffer from rock falls.See more
La Ampolla

La Ampolla

La Ampolla is the most famous beach in Teulada, located next to the castle, with fine sand and transparent waters.See more
Cala Ferris

Cala Ferris

The most characteristic features of this cove are its tranquillity, its clean and crystalline waters, and its setting surrounded by dunes with abundant vegetation and palm trees.See more
El Acequión

El Acequión

This beach is located within the Port of Torrevieja, next to the sports marina. It is situated one kilometre from the Torrevieja Salt Flats, of tourist interest, where visits accompanied by guides are organised every day.See more
Cala del Palangre (Tamarit)

Cala del Palangre (Tamarit)

Although it is a small cove, there is a rocky area in the immediate vicinity which is very popular for fishing.See more
Cala de la Higuera

Cala de la Higuera

This cove, together with others located nearby, form an accessible group that stands out for its clean, crystal-clear waters.See more
Cala de La Zorra

Cala de La Zorra

This cove, together with others located nearby, form an accessible group that stands out for its clean, crystal-clear waters.See more
Cala del Mojón

Cala del Mojón

A wide, fine sandy cove, with rocky ends, ideal for fishing.See more
Cala de Cabo Cervera

Cala de Cabo Cervera

It belongs to a group of small coves that are ideal for fishing.See more
Torrelamata

Torrelamata

It is an attractive beach for diving and water sports.See more
Carritxal

Carritxal

This beach is shared with the neighbouring municipality of El Campello.See more
El Charco

El Charco

This beach of rocks and gravel is home to a watchtower that characterises it as much as the constant winds that blow on it.See more
El Asparalló

El Asparalló

Playa del Asparalló is a stretch of coast at the foot of cliffs, difficult to access and with transparent waters.See more
Cala Mallaeta

Cala Mallaeta

Among all the beaches belonging to La Vila, Cala Mallaeta is a sign of distinction from the rest of its beaches, enjoying a spectacular cliffy coastline.See more
Playa Centro

Playa Centro

La Vila Joiosa enjoys more than three kilometres of sandy beaches and calm waters, the most outstanding of which is Playa Centro, where the famous Moorish landing is celebrated.See more
Estudiantes

Estudiantes

Playa Estudiantes, situated between Playa Varadero and Playa del Tío Roig, are the beaches that make up the coastline to the north of the town of La Vila.See more
El Tío Roig

El Tío Roig

Playa del Tío Roig, together with Playa Estudiantes and Playa Varadero, make up the coastline to the north of the town of La Vila.See more
El Torres (Playa del Río Torres)

El Torres (Playa del Río Torres)

Amongst the numerous beaches that La Vila Joiosa enjoys, the Torres beach has the added attraction of being the site of the Roman funerary tower of Hercules.See more
Cala Fonda

Cala Fonda

These beaches in the northern area of Villajoyosa are characterised by their large cliffs, where the coves are small and difficult to access, although of great beauty.See more
Raco Conill

Raco Conill

These beaches in the northern part of Villajoyosa are characterised by their large cliffs, where the coves are small and difficult to access, although of great beauty.See more