Benidorm is one of the main tourist destinations along the Costa Blanca with its excellent beaches, wide variety of accommodation, restaurants and many recreational activities.
Benidorm is what you want it to be: full of fun, with a fantastic nightlife, and with its proximity, to Finestrat and its Cala de Finestrat, also affords peace and tranquillity with its charming gardens and secluded coves. Truly a place with something for everyone.
For the golfers amongst us there are numerous championship courses in and around Benidorm offering a good challenge to the serious and casual golfer alike.
Without a doubt, the beaches, such as Levante Beach and Poniente Beach, are one of Benidorm’s biggest attractions. A five-kilometre stretch of golden sand coastline, intermingled with secluded coves, such as Mal Pal, Ti Ximo and La Almandrava coves, where one can enjoy a refreshing swim, as well as engage in water sports, like scuba diving, water skiing, windsurfing, sailing, and more.
In the Marina Baixa region of the Costablanca you find the village of Finestrat and the beachside resort of Cala de Finestrat, close to Benidorm and 40 km from the city of Alicante and the international airport.
The mountainside of Puig Campana oversees this beautiful village and the coast of the Mediterranean Sea.
The village of Finestrat has a Moorish feel with its colourful houses and a 13th century castle, Castell de Finestrat, an 18th century Church of Saint Bartholomew, La Torre (the watch tower) and the Hermitage Crist de Remei.
You will find bars and restaurants who serve typical Mediterranean cuisine and a few shops and amenities. However, close by you have all the amenities and facilities of Cala Finestrat and Benidorm.
Only 3 km from Benidorm you find Cala de Finestrat, a beach resort with all the necessary amenities and facilities, a good selection of restaurants, bars and shops.
Cala Finestrat is a beach resort located just three kilometres away from busy Benidorm.
During the summer months an arts and crafts market is held on the promenade during the afternoon.
The beach of La Cala is a quiet beach with clean sweep of golden sand, ideal for children and safe for bathing. There are some delightful restaurants set along promenade.