The north coast of Benidorm is jagged and inaccessible from land due to the massive cliffs which form the borders of the Sierra Helada. However in the final section between Punta de La Escaleta and Punta Pinet, there are a number of small rocky and sandy coves whose waters and rock-strewn seabed are ideal for diving.
Benidorm Beaches and Coastline
Thanks to its orientation it is possible to sunbathe until the last rays of the sun on summer evenings and until sunset in winter. With its fine golden sands and transparent waters the beach is fringed with attractive palm trees. It is also bordered by a well kept maritime esplanade lined with restaurants, cafeterias and pubs.
This beach is over three kilometres in length with transparent waters bathing the fine golden sand , and with , as if any further enhancement were actually needed, a succession of palm trees. Both the beach and the seafront esplanade bordering it are filled with life at all hours of the day and night.
Mal Pas Beach
This tiny cove with its fine golden sands is squeezed between Punta Canfali and the port and provides an oasis of calm away from the busy beaches of Levante and Poniente.
Other coves and bays: Cala del Tío Ximo
Cala La Almadrava
This is a natural cove covered in fine sand
dotted with rocks in a rural setting at the
foot of Sierra Helada. The transparent waters
and the rocky sea bed are a magnet for