The Costa Blanca offers a wide range of beaches. From Denia to the north the Costa Blanca consists of large wide sandy beaches, but to the south you can find small narrow beaches between the rocks and Benissa. A useful overview of the sandy beaches (Les Marines) and the rocky beaches (Les Rotes) in Denia can be found here. Even more sandy beaches can be found north of Denia, in Oliva.
In the municipality of Javea (Xabia in the Valencian) you can find everything. A pebble beach at the port in the village itself (La Grava). Then a little more southern a large sandy beach with all the entertainment on it (El Arenal). and south of it the various bays such as Portixol and Granadella. Because these are the last natural beaches you will need to do something more to get there, and you won’t always be able to park level. 😉 A handy overview of all the beaches in Javea with much more information can be found on the municipal website.
In Moraira You’ll find a sandy beach right next to the Boulevard, Playa de L’Ampolla. For more info see here.
Also in the municipality of Benissa there are some interesting bays. From the whole small Cala Pinets to the larger Cala de la Fustera a path above the rocks passes. At Cala Fustera There is also a car park, a restaurant and canoe rental. Above Cala Fustera you will find a branch of the Tourist Info of Benissa, and from there there is also a path to Cala de les Bassasetes. See also here the website of the municipality for a useful overview and additional info.
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