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Beaches and coves

Your favourite beaches


Webcam Playa Levante

Important info

By respecting the rules in force in each place and following our recommendations, you can enjoy a lazy day on the beach or doing water sports. For more info, click on the picture below.

Travel Safe - Spain's official tourism website

Check out the latest info about the Benidorm Beaches here

The TownHall and  Visit Benidorm, has developed a specific plan that guarantees the use of the beaches to the entire population, resident and tourist, under certain conditions of health security . FULL INFO HERE

Download Poniente Beach Map by Sector

Download Levante Beach Map by Sector

Coming soon a pre-booking web platform, which will be active in the coming days,  and which can also be accessed from the websites of the City Council and Visit Benidorm.

You will be able to know all the news and access to the telematic reservation that will be soon active here.

Benidorm Beach Safety

Fine golden sand, transparent waters and beaches that are clean and cared for throughout the year are a trademark of the Benidorm seafront. At its north end, two small coves of sand and rock are very suitable for diving and for those who like to swim alone, Tio Ximo cove and Almadrava Cove.

Further on, starts the bustling promenade of the popular and busy Levante beach which in addition to its many facilities on offer also has the added attraction of being lively throughout the year.

South of the port, the   magnificent Poniente  beach, competes in beauty and facilities  and both have in common that they have a south facing orientation, so in winter the sun shines all day until sunset and in summer until after eight. Between them, in the old town area and below the shelter of the  Canfali hill  is the small cove of Mal Pas Beach and opposite, the Benidorm island, a paradise for scuba divers.