Beaches and Bays

The most popular beaches of the northern Costa Blanca

The uniqueness of the coast of the northern Costa Blanca, shaped by sea, wind and time, makes the existence of many different landscapes possible. These landscapes consist of a wide variety of beaches and sand coves.

Open beaches like the Arenal of Jávea or the Grava beaches, and small crystal-clear-water coves, such as the Barraca, the Ambolo and the Granadella coves, spread out the nothern Costa Blanca coast.

These hideouts are also perfect for practising watersports and for hiking the various paths that outline coast.

Whether you are travelling as a couple or with the whole family. Whether you like to reach the beaches and bays on foot, by car or by boat, whether you prefer a beach bar or pure nature - there is something for everyone.

Beaches and Bays of Jávea:

  • Cala Tangó ot Cala Pope is a natural stone beach directly at the south of of Cabo San Antonio.

  • Cala La Grava is a stone beach south of the harbour on the harbour promenade.
  • Cala Benissero or Cala 1 on Muntanyar is located at south of the confluence of the Riu Gorgos, a stone beach with rocky sections.
  • The Cala Arenal is the only sandy beach of Jàvea and invites with its numerous restaurants and bars and its beautiful promenade to stay all day long.
  • Cala 2 on Muntanyar is located south of the stone beach that is connected to the Arenal.
  • Cala Blanca is the continuation of the previous beach and is also stony and rocky. Climb through the famous rock hole that the sea once created. A must for every photo album!

  • Cala Sardinera is a small bay with a rocky beach to the northwest and is located below Cabo La Nao.
  • Cala Barraca or Cala Portitxol has a rocky and stony beach opposite the island Isla de Portitxol in the south of Cabo la Nao, with two excellent beach bars and the famous blue door, where many famous models have had their pictures taken. Dare to take a photo, ...
  • Cala Ambolo has a rocky and stony beach with nudism on the southeast side of Cabo la Nao.
  • Cala Granadella is one of the most beautiful and famous bathing bays in the west of the Cab de la Nau. It is picturesque, stony and rocky. But if you continue swimming, snorkeling and diving you will find an enchanting sandy bottom and an incredible marine nature. The steep slopes on the sides protect from wind and invite you to hike and climb. A few meters above the sea there is a former castle with a small lookout point. From here you can admire the calm and crystal clear water.

  • Cala del Moraig
    is an idyllic bay with a pebble beach and very clear water, located at the foot of an impressive cliff. In summer you can refresh yourself in a cosy beach bar with small tapas and delicious drinks, but the bay is not only suitable for swimming. There is another attraction! The Cova dels Arcs, a beautiful water cave from which an underground river flows into the sea. An attraction for many divers! But also climbing lovers will get their money's worth on the steep slopes.


Beaches and Bays of Moraira:

  • Playa del Portet is a small, shell-shaped bay. There are only a few bars and restaurants. So you will find a lot of relaxation and peace. Ideal for swimming!

  • Torre Cap d'Dor is a rather small, a little isolated beach that can be easily reached on foot from playa El Portet.
  • La Cala is also small but fine and offers wonderful crystal clear water. The surroundings are rather rocky and the beach can only be reached by boat!
  • Platgetes beach is again very easy to reach, there is even a parking lot for visitors who are travelling by car! There are also some restaurants and showers. Ideal for a day of swimming with the whole family!
  • Cap Blanca is a very nice bathing beach that is located at the bottom of some cliffs. At the top of the cliffs there is a parking place from where you just have to descend.
  • L'Andragó is a stony beach that offers a fantastic view over the coast and the sea. You will also find a very good restaurant here, where you can enjoy wonderful food and cool drinks on the terrace while you let your gaze wander over the water.
  • L'Ampollabeach is the largest and most famous beach in Moraira and is located near the castle. There is a great promenade where you can walk along the beach and the city centre is only a few minutes away. There is a playground for the children and bars and restaurants are close by.

  • The Club Nautico beach or Cala Portichol - can only be reached through the exclusive marina of Moraira and is usually only accessible to people who have moored their boats in the port. But it is still worth to ask friendly, because often other visitors are let through and the beach is ideal for snorkeling, diving and fishing.
  • Cala Llebeig is a tramlike bay in the mouth of the ravine Barranc de la Viuda. It is situated exactly between the towns of Teulada-Moraira and Benitachel and has no traffic connections. It can only be reached on foot or by sea at the Teulada-Moraira ravine or by following the path next to the El Poble Nou abyss in Benitachell (Ruta de los Acantilados). The houses of the old fishermen close to the sea shore surround the cove and you will find the stony platform Punta de L'Alderà at the left end of the cove, right at the foot of the Morro del Bou mountain.
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