From hidden coves to family friendly sandy beaches, you will be spoilt for choice for a spot to relax, here's some of our favourites.
With it's turquoise waters and dramatic cliffs around a cove, La Granadella cove is considered one of the most beautiful in the area. It's also possible to go kayaking from this point around the coastline. Tip: In peak summer the local town hall provide a nearby park and ride facility
The sandy, shallow waters of the Arenal beach are perfect for splashing about in the waves and making sand castles. Hire a pedalo or have a late lunch in one of the many excellent restaurants and bars surrounding the beach.
Join the locals having a bathe and a bake at the pretty white pebble beach at the Port end of town, then take in some freshly caught seafood as the fishermen bring it into port.
The picturesque blue and white former fishermen's cottages and pretty cove are a photographers dream. Tip: Enjoy a drink at the stylish Cala Clemence beach bar after a day at the beach
El Portet cove in Moraira is a small, family friendly and picturesque beach with crystal blue waters surrounded by multi-million dollar villas. Tip: There is limited parking at the beach, but views are best enjoyed on the 20 minute walk from Moraira town
All along the nearby Benissa Costa between Moraira and Calpe you'll find magical coves, perfect for snorkelling or taking in some rays. La Fustera is one of the prettiest, with sandy beaches and a relaxed beach bar to take in a cocktail as you watch the sun go down.
After hitting the beach in the morning why not laze by the pool in the afternoon by staying in one of our relaxing holiday apartments