About 6 kilometres from the coast, the town of Benitachell is, however, much better known for all it has to offer in that part of the sea than inland.
In recent decades, it has not stopped growing to just over four thousand inhabitants, which it has now, after a slight decline in recent years. Its population is mostly foreign.
Between the town and the coast there are several urbanisations with more population than the town itself, for example, the Cumbre del Sol urbanisation, which extends from Cala de Llebeig to Morro del Roabit. Los Olivos urbanization and Costa Blanca Villas are also in the area.
Benitachell is a newly built town, so it does not have an outstanding historic centre. For this reason, it is usually chosen as a place of residence by those who are looking for a quiet place, with a good climate, and with a majority population of the same origin.
As for the attractions on the coast, the Cuerva de los Arcos, Cala dels Testos and Cala de Llebeig should be mentioned.