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Benidorm Beaches

The vast majority of holidaymakers to Benidorm spend some of their days on one of the city’s main beaches that comprise long, wide stretches of golden sand and offer excellent facilities, but there are other Benidorm beaches often overlooked by visitors. It is not difficult to understand why, as the huge Levante and Poniente beaches provide practically all visitors needs. Backed by bustling promenades lined with shops, cafés, ice cream parlours, bars and restaurants, these beaches receive thousands of visitors per day and their facilities and available activities include something for all age groups. Holidaymakers looking to enjoy a more peaceful day should really try one of the smaller beaches.

Other Benidorm Beaches

Cala Mal Pas – Holding its own right in the middle of Levante and Poniente, this beach enjoys a good position for those wishing to visit the Old Town or marina area. Approximately 120 metres long, Cala Mal Pas enjoys a more relaxed atmosphere and has great views across the sea to Benidorm Island (Peacock Island). Services here include a life guard and first aid station during the summer months, foot showers, litter bins and an area with sun loungers & parasols.

Cala Almadrava – What this beach lacks in services, it certainly makes up for with its clear waters and picturesque position at the foot of Sierra Helada Natural Reserve. The beach is about 100 metres long and has a small area of sun loungers. Located to the north of Levante Beach, just beyond the Punta de Pinet headland.

Cala Tio Ximo – Situated in the Sierra Helada Natural Reserve area at the base of a steep cliff, this beach is a favourite with snorkelers, and its clear waters have a rocky seabed rich in marine flora & fauna. It is only 60 metres long but does have an area of sun beds & parasols, as well as a lifeguard on duty during the summer months.