The Costa Blanca is the coastline of the province of Alicante, with about 240 kilometers of extension. The name with which we know this coast is due to the orography of the area, in which the intense blue of the Mediterranean contrasts with large white surfaces, which are formed by beaches, but also by light-colored rocky elevations.
If you already have your bikini or swimsuit ready in your suitcase, get ready to discover the best beaches of the Costa Blanca to enjoy the sun and the sea.
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Levante Beach Benidorm
Benidorm and its beaches are the ideal vacation destination for people of all ages. If you like the beach, you have many options, such as Poniente beach, Mal Pas cove or Albir beach. But on this occasion we will stay with the Levante beach.
Its marble and granite promenade is one of the busiest in Spain, attracting both national and international tourists. A place to toast in the sun and get a nice tan, enjoy water sports, have a drink overlooking the sea, or savor an ice cream.
It is a blue flag beach, which stands out especially for its cleanliness and the large number of services available: lifeguards, showers accessible to disabled people, rental of sun loungers and umbrellas, nearby restaurants, etc.. Perhaps for this reason, it is one of the most visited beaches in the country.
San Juan Beach
In Alicante you can visit the beach of San Juan, a classic of tourism in the area that never fails, because it is one of the most important urban beaches in the Mediterranean. A huge sandy area with an extension of almost three kilometers and a width of 85 meters.
It is an ideal place for sunbathing and swimming, but also for playing sports on the sand and practicing water sports. If you have children, they will have a great time on the slides and in the playhouses.
In terms of services, it has everything you could wish for: access for people with reduced mobility through a walkway, restaurants, restrooms, footbaths, showers, hammock and umbrella rental, security and first aid, and a playground for children.
Baths of the Queen of Calpe
In the town of Calpe you will find beaches as beautiful as Puerto Blanco or Arenal, but Baños de la Reina has something that makes it even more special. It has natural pools dating back more than 2000 years.
This is a very touristic area, and at the back of the beach you will find plenty of parking, although in high season the parking lot is very crowded. parking is regulated and must be paid ticket. It also has many restaurants where you can have lunch or dinner, as well as bars to have a drink or buy an ice cream.
Granadella Beach in Jávea
Located in the town of Jávea, it always appears on the list of the best beaches on the Costa Blanca, and no wonder. For many, it is not only one of the most beautiful beaches in Alicante, but also in all of Spain.
It is a micro-reserve where you will be able to observe endemic Mediterranean plants such as posidonia. Precisely for this reason, access is restricted during the high season. In fact, you cannot get there by car, you have to leave your vehicle in a nearby parking lot and from there take the public transport service that takes you directly to this beach.
Upon arrival, boulders and crystal clear waters await you, ideal for water sports such as canoeing and snorkeling. It is a beach where you can find everything you need for a day of sun and sea: lifeguards during the summer, umbrellas and hammocks for rent, free public bathrooms, and restaurants in the surroundings.
Racó del Conill in Villajoyosa
In Villajoyosa, is located what, for many, is one of the best coves on the Costa Blanca for nudism. It is not very large, and in summer it is usually very crowded, but the rest of the year it is much quieter.
Unlike other beaches and coves in the area, do not expect to find fine white sand here, because it is a cove (rather two) of stone. Of course, the views from there are spectacular, and you will find yourself in a unique natural environment.
Being a small cove, it does not have services such as showers or lifeguards, nor does it have a beach bar. However, work has been done at the municipal level on its accessibility and you have both stairs and handrails for safer and easier access. In addition, you can bring any snack you prefer, because you will find garbage cans at your disposal.
We have highlighted five, but the truth is that it is difficult to select the best beaches on the Costa Blanca, because they all have something special.