The location of this unspoilt spot in the province of Alicante is unknown to many, as access to it is not signposted.
Altea has numerous beaches and coves which, together with the beauty of the historic centre, attract thousands of national and international tourists every year. The sandy beaches of La Olla, Mascarat, Cap Negre, de la Roda or Escollera are some of the most popular, but the municipality is also home to other hidden natural spots that are unknown to the vast majority and only frequented by the locals of the area.
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One of these secret corners of the Costa Blanca is the Barra Grande cove, which is isolated and difficult to access on foot. It is a nudist beach of gravel and rocks that is about 50 metres long and 7 metres wide. The clarity of its waters makes it ideal for snorkelling, so don't forget your diving goggles as you will be able to discover lots of marine life.
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