Benidorm beaches

The beaches of Benidorm – Levante, Poniente, Mal Pas and Cala del Tío Chimo – are the permanent owners of Blue flags – the international award given to beaches that meet excellence in the areas of safety, amenities, cleanliness and environmental standards. Day and night the beaches of Benidorm are teeming with life.

Cala la Almadraba

Cala la Almadraba is a small wild beach located at the base of steep cliffs of the natural park Sierra Helada. Difficult to access. A great place for snorkelling.  

 

Cala del Tío Ximo

The name of the half-wild beach “Cala del Tío Ximo” means in Spanish “the harbour of uncle Chimo”. It combines sand and rocks and is located next to the Cala la Almadraba beach. Popular among the nudists.

 

Levante beach

Located in the heart of the town and surrounded by enormous tower blocks, the Levante beach is considered the most famous distinctive feature of Benidorm and is one of the busiest in the whole Spanish Mediterranean. The sea and the sand here are exceptionally clean. The Levante beach extends over 2 km; however, during the peak season it’s quite difficult to find a place to lie down. Levante offers a wealth of watersport & fun opportunities, such as pedal boats, water slides, water skiing, jet skiing, paragliding and boat rides as well as a lot of cafes, restaurants and shops. The beach is sited with the Blue flag – the international excellence award for beaches.

 

Cala Mal Pas

Playa del Mal Pas is a little sandy beach situated at the bottom of Benidorm castle in the historic city centre. Equipped with a lifeguard tower, chaise lounge chairs and pedal boats rental spots. During summertime here are frequently held open-air music concerts and other events. Awarded with the Blue flag.

 

Poniente beach

Poniente is the largest and the widest beach in Benidorm reaching 3,1 km long and 110 metres wide. The beach is adapted for disabled persons. Along the beach there stretches out a bicycle lane and a beautiful multi-coloured tiled seaside boulevard. Awarded with the Blue flag.

 

La Cala de Finestrat

The beach La Cala de Finestrat officially belongs to Finestrat municipality and represents a beautiful 300 m long harbour situated at the bottom of a mountain slope. The beach is equipped with a lifeguard tower, chaise lounge chairs and pedal boats rental spots as well as has plenty of cafes and restaurants.  Awarded with the Blue flag.