Uncle Ximo Cove

1. Uncle Ximo Cove

The cove of Uncle Ximo, is a cove of stones about ten meters wide and another 20 meters long and with rocky formations on both sides. It is very close to Benidorm, where the Llevant beach ends, behind Punta del Pinet, at the foot of the southern part of the Sierra Gelada natural park.

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Almadraba Cove

2. Almadraba Cove

It is a nudist cove of fine sand and boulders within the natural park of Serra Gelada. It is a beautiful natural area, with a rocky landscape and pine forest very different from Benidorm.

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Finestrat Cove

3. Finestrat Cove

Sand cove in which on both sides we find rock cliffs and a pine forest that create a special natural space and a very charming landscape. Here we will be able to enjoy a day of beach with all the comforts to be in an urbanized zone.

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Cove of Mal Pas

4. Cove of Mal Pas

This urban cove is barely 120 metres long. It has fine golden sand and little unevenness when entering the sea. Protected by a cliff from the waves and the wind. It is right next to the historic centre of Benidorm where the viewpoint known as the Mediterranean balcony is located.

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Poniente Beach

5. Poniente Beach

Poniente beach is the most extensive in the municipality of Alicante. It has a length of 3 kilometers and a width of 74 meters. It borders the marina to the east and the Tossal to the west.

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Levante Beach

6. Levante Beach

Levante Beach is one of the best known beaches in Europe. It is located next to the Rincón of Loix and borders on the north with the Sierra Helada of Punta Pinet and on the south side with Punta Canfali up to the centre of Benidorm. It is more than 2 kilometres long and has an average width of about 55 metres.

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Benidorm Island

7. Benidorm Island

Benidorm Island, also known as the Journalists' Island, is a small island about 350 metres long and covers an area of 7 hectares. It is considered to be a continuation of the Sierra Helada. It is located in front off the coast of Benidorm and is of great scenic, ecological and environmental interest.

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