Find details of the Beautiful Beaches Costa Blanca has to offer - Costa Blanca, Spain.
Playa Cantal Roig is a small, calm beach located next to the fishing port and the Peñón de Ifach in Calpe. It has numerous restaurants and is ideal to visit with children. While you sunbathe at Cantal Roig beach, you can watch the boats arrive at the port at the end of the day, experience the fish auctions, or taste the local cuisine in nearby restaurants.
Playa de la Fossa / Levante is a popular beach in Calpe, Spain - a long sandy beach with shallow, surrounded by a promenade with many restaurants and shops.
Arenal Beach - Playa Del Arenal is a popular sandy beach in Javea offering safe, clean, soft sand that gently slopes into the sea, making it perfect for families. The Blue Flag beach is 480 metres long and is a central tourist centre in Javea, offering a fantastic promenade, restaurants, bars and lifeguard services.
Playa del Portixol / Cala Barraca is one of the most popular beaches in Javea. It is a pebbly and rocky beach located between Cap Prim and Cap Negre, and is recommended for Scuba Diving & Snorkellling.
Playa La Caleta / Cala Blanca Javea is a beach of white pebbles, rocks, and mesmerising clear waters - fantastic for snorkelling. The beach offers 3 small coves - Caleta I, Caleta II and Caleta del Francés.
Playa Segundo Muntanya is a quiet rocky beach in Javea, found south of Playa Arenal, with steps that provide access the sea. Facilities include chiringuitos and parking.
Playa del Benissero or Primer Muntanyar is a rocky stretch of beach Javea, located 300m from the Port and extending down to the Hotel Parador. This is the location for the many popular chiriguito bars which pop up in the summer in Javea.
The Arenal-Bol Beach is located in the centre of Calpe, Spain, making it an ideal spot for enjoying the sun and the Mediterranean sea with the family.
Cala Sardinera is an unspoilt small, pebbly & gravel cove located at the northern end of Cap Prim in Javea. The beach is a perfect location for snorkeling and swimming. Access to the cove is only possible on foot via a 20 minutes walk via Mirador Portixol or by sea.