Benidorm offers endless possibilities. From taking a walk
on the promenaded to swimming, water activities or just
getting on a boat excursion to the island of Benidorm.
All that without forgetting the local holiday celebrations
and the succulent gastronomy that specialises in rice
dishes and seafood. Benidorm is one of the biggest tourist
centres of the Costa Blanca.
The fine-sand beaches, the crystal waters and privileged
climate have granted this region —also equipped with a
great infrastructure of high-quality services— its well-deserved
fame. Doubtlessly, the beaches are one of Benidorm's greatest
appeals. A five-kilometre coastline marked by vast sands
and secluded coves where one can enjoy a refreshing swim,
as well as engage in water sports, like scuba diving,
water skiing, windsurfing and sailing, etc.
Located to the north of the harbour, Levante beach is
one of the most beautiful in the city. Because of its
urban location, it provides easy access to many services
and to two kilometres of fine, golden sands. These emblematic
sands are bordered by a busy promenade, filled with terraces
and restaurants that are very lively at night.
To the south of the region, the Poniente beach unfolds:
three kilometres of beautiful scenery. As with the Levante
beach, this one has a long promenade as a backdrop and
is accessible and convenient, with many services available.
Between the two most famous beaches of Benidorm is the
Mal Pas cove, a tranquil cove of fine sands, also near
the historic quarter and the harbour. In addition, Ti
Ximo and La Almadrava emerge on the northern end of Benidorm,
where the coast becomes rough and inaccessible.