Located in a privileged location, on the Alicante coast, the city of Benidorm has paradisiacal beaches that are true jewels of the Mediterranean.
Discover all the Benidorm’s beaches that we find for you. From north to south the beaches have warm and transparent waters, some with fine sand and others with rock, but all of them are spectacular. In fact, one more year, Benidorm renews the Blue Flag, a distinctive that recognizes the quality of the waters and services.
The funniest and most popular beach in Benidorm is this Levante beach. And it is also the most international and frequented. You will not lack reasons to spend the day in its two kilometers of sand that go from Punta Pinet to Punta Canfali, its crystal clear waters, its refuge among palm trees and its offer in water sports.
You won’t be short of fun on the Levante beach either. You have noticed its spectacular Promenade, right? Here you have all the chiringuitos and trendy places to enjoy the beach day and night.
Poniente beach is called “the jewel of the Mediterranean” and we are not surprised because these three kilometers of fine sand in the shape of a half moon is surprisingly peaceful given its location in the middle of the holiday town. More frequented by national than international tourists, it also has its atmosphere.
Especially lively is its Promenade with a curious design that has earned it several awards and that imitates the movement of the waves. Poniente beach is ideal to spend a fantastic day with the family, as it has a children’s play area and, in case you’ve forgotten to bring reading, it even has a library beach.
Cala de Tio Ximo
Benidorm’s best kept secret is this small cove of about 60 meters surrounded by steep cliffs and also within the Sierra Helada Natural Park.
In Tío Ximo cove you can forget the hustle and bustle and almost even the world because it is a charming corner. If you meet someone, it will surely be a snorkel lover who has come here in search of tranquility.
On the outskirts of the city, beyond Punta de Pinet, you can discover this fabulous corner of crystal clear waters at the foot of the Sierra Helada. They are about 100 meters of fine sand and rocks that you can take advantage of very well.
La Almadrava cove is the ideal place to get away from the hustle and bustle of the most touristy Benidorm’s beaches, to relax in the middle of nature and to go deep into the seabed if you dare to dive.
Cala Mal Pas
This 120-meter cove that separates the Poniente and Levante beaches can be considered the best coastal corner in the city. You will enjoy its fine golden sand, its crystal clear waters and its Blue Flag.
But you will also be able to lie in the sun with the unbeatable views of the Island of Benidorm, an islet that, if you decide, you can reach on a boat excursion or diving.