Undoubtedly, one of the best places to visit is Alicante, the province of the Valencian Community, as it is surrounded by coasts and its beaches are paradisiacal. In this article, we will tell you the towns of Alicante with beach to which you can not miss.

The beaches and coves of crystal clear water that the Costa Blanca presents have nothing to envy to the Caribbean, this coast has a length of 244 kilometers, which goes from the Marina Alta to the south of the Vega Baja. Full of cliffs and villages with beaches, the Costa Blanca is characterized by the light that comes from the coastal area (hence its name).

Next, we leave you a list with the 10 best towns in Alicante with beach.

Benidorm

Known as “The Manhattan of the Mediterranean”, from the small town of Benidorm you can contemplate the skyscrapers of the capital of tourism in Spain, which was famous in the ’50s thanks to the fishermen who came to the beaches of this town. However, one of the main characteristics of Benidorm is the impressive view that its natural parks, the city and, without a doubt, the four viewpoints of Benidorm give us.

Thanks to these many wonders of nature, the city of the Valencian Community is considered the first Smart Tourist Destination, so you can not miss it.

Benidorm Island

This island is part of the Natural Park of Sierra Helada, from where you can visit a marine reserve from a boat with underwater vision. This natural park goes from the island to the mountains.

Its crystal clear waters allow you to bathe and rest on its coasts, with an incredible view. If you go on a sunny and clear day, and climb to the highest point, you can see as far as San Juan. Another tourist attraction of Benidorm, and that makes it even more interesting, is its characteristic skyline.

Jávea or Xàbia

Another of the tourist towns of Alicante, and the Costa Blanca, is Jávea, a town that, in addition to its impeccable beaches, has a historic center with constructions dating from past centuries, with cobbled streets and old buildings, which were built with rocks from the Cova Tallada, where you will find a cave in the sea. There, you will be able to bathe and feel that you have traveled to the past.

Denia

Denia is considered by UNESCO as the Creative City of Gastronomy, and the capital of the Marina Alta region. This port city is of Iberian origin, and, in Roman times, was of great importance. At present, it is populated by dianenses.

If we talk about gastronomy, you can not miss the characteristic red shrimp of Denia, a typical dish, ideal to try if you visit this town in the Valencian Community. Other tourist attractions of Denia are its archaeological museum, and the toy museum, but nothing like its beaches.

In addition, you can visit the picturesque Baix la Mar neighborhood, the Castle, the Montgó massif, one of the impressive natural parks of Valencia, and, of course, its port.

Altea

Altea is considered the coastal town of Alicante and, according to several tourists, is the most beautiful and picturesque town on the Costa Blanca, thanks to its cobbled streets and its large church with a blue dome, which does not go unnoticed.

Its cobbled streets will take you to past centuries in this town in the Marina Baixa region, and you can enjoy Moors and Christians festivals, such as Villajoyosa or Alcoy.

Villajoyosa

Continuing with the fishing villages, Villajoyosa stands out for its houses of different colors, located meters from the sea. This town is characterized by Valor chocolates, but, even more, by its 15 kilometers of pure coasts of more than 3 centuries of history, which can be seen in the renowned and award-winning museum, which has the best preserved Roman remains in Spain.

On its beaches you can find coves, fine sand, ideal to go with the family and eat something in the typical local beach bars, where you can try the fresh fish that comes directly from the port, and, if you go further, you will discover even nudist beaches!

Benissa

The coast of Benissa is characterized by its population of the Marina Alta. While this town is not as well known to tourists, the locals enjoy the impeccable beaches and coves, so if you visit Benissa, we assure you that you will not regret it.

In addition, you can visit different monumental buildings, such as the Llotja, the palace of the Torres-Orduña or the convent of Franciscan Fathers. Located north of the Costa Blanca, Benissa is ideal for a relaxing holiday, thanks to the tranquility offered by its beaches and its oasis with crystal clear waters.

 

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