Bassetes Bay

Bordering Calpe, this bay is the most southern coastal area of Benissa.  It was created in a natural way thanks to the erosion and sediment of the rocks, which bit by bit gave it shape and where we now find the Nautical Club, called with the same name.

This place has a path from which you can get to the ecological walk, where you can enjoy incredible views of Benissa and the sea, along with informative signs that will follow you all the way.

The area that holds the small micro flora reserve is protected and has an enormous environmental value.

Among its services and offer we find: Blue Flag, bar, restaurants, diving, kayak, micro flora reserve, parking, hiking, snorkeling, surfing and sailing.

La Fustera Beach

It is composed mostly of natural sand. The large amount of posidonia that inhabits the seabed near the beach is striking.  

It has all the services that a user might need, in addition to the rescue and first aid service (from June 15 to September 15). And adapted bathing service for people with reduced mobility on the same date.  

Not far away, we can visit the cave called Fustera where you can enjoy panoramic views of the entire coast.

In addition Playa la Fustera offers: Blue flag, Bar, restaurant, diving, beach bar, children's games, kayak, feetwash, picnic area, micro-reserve of flora, office of attention to the citizen, parking, police check, hiking, snorkeling, surfing, tourist info, sailing, lifeguard and restrooms.

Pinets Cove

Wild cove formed by rock, stones and sand. It is the starting point of a fantastic trekking route to the: Mar Muerta and Rocas Negras.

The first one is a little piece of sea protected from the waves and the tide by the rocks that surround it, which makes it an ideal place for children.

The second is created by groups of rocks with certain components that give them shades of color.

In this cove we can enjoy various activities such as diving, kayaking, parking, hiking, snorkeling, surfing and sailing.

La Llobella cove

We are talking about a completely wild cove, where nature and tranquillity prevail.  With a rather discreet access, cala Llobella guarantees very few visitors and favours underwater sports.

Without services but ideal for sports such as kayaking, hiking, snorkeling, surfing, sailing

Platgeta of l´Advocat

It is a beach that gathers all the conditions to spend a perfect day.  It has a small jetty and a square where you can walk along the seashore. It also has a secluded beach of fine sand for the little ones.  Without forgetting the impressive cliff on which the beach ends (47m) called Cantalar.

It includes various services such as: beach bar, kayak, footwash, parking, hiking, snorkeling, surfing, sailing, bathing.

Baladrar Cove

The cala del Baladrar offers a precious mixture between sea and mountain. Where the pines and the plants of the mountains  seem to touch the water. It is of a reduced size with a light yellow color and very luminous.

There is a piece of mountain that goes into the sea, marking the division between this and the Goleta cove. This cove comes to an end at the edge of a cliff of about 25 meters that also goes into the water.

Due to its orientation, the cove is sheltered from the wind and even from certain waves. If we add the crystalline water and the quantity of plants and life of the place, we have an almost fictitious place where we will be able to enjoy like children.

It is also a place suitable for diving, kayaking, snorkeling, surfing, sailing, etc..

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