Images of idyllic beaches, with transparent and clear waters, are usually associated with remote places such as the Cook Islands, the Maldives or Cocos Island. But You don’t have to travel so far to find them.as on the Mediterranean coast there are also these idyllic spots and these summer destinations, perfect for enjoying an unbeatable day at the beach.
On the coast of Valencian Communityfar and wide Valencia, Alicante and Castellóncorners bathed by spectacular turquoise waters surrounded by a imposing naturethat become the perfect settings to relax and enjoy a day of sun, sand and beach alone or with friends and family.
The same as in the Region of Murciawhose corners on the coast of southeastern Spain become authentic earthly paradises where you can disconnect from the routine and stress is almost mandatory. Let yourself be carried away by the sound of the waves of the sea, and enjoy the best beach destinations for this summer.
These are eight of these unique beaches on the Mediterranean coast.
Cala del Moraig (Benitatxell)
This cove, located at the foot of the Puig Llorença MassifIt is located between cliffs and amazing geological formations. owns the Blue flag thanks to the quality of its waters and the natural environment that surrounds it. It is perfect for lovers of divingand also has a nudist area. It is accessible for people with reduced mobility and has parking.
Cala Cortina (Cartagena)
This cove, considered the second best beach in Spain in 2019 and 2020 according to the magazine Traveleris he fifteen minutes by car from the center of Cartagena. In a privileged enclave we find this beach, 210 meters long, with coarse sand and ideal for diving lovers. The visit can be completed with the Sendero Azul Ciudad de Cartagena route, which ends in the Cala itself.
Poniente Beach (Benidorm)
There are five beaches in Benidorm, and this is one of those located in urban zone. With their three kilometers longIt is the largest in the municipality and an ideal place for walks along the shore. Account, since 1987, with the Blue flag that certifies the quality of its waters and the environment that surrounds it, as well as the services it offers.
Cala de la Granadella (Xàbia)
This Alicante cove with Blue flag It is located in the southernmost area of Xàbia. Due to the clarity of its waters it is ideal for diving lovers. From the parking lot of the cove begins a hiking route that leads to the Castle of Granadella. The cove can be visited virtually in 360º at this link.
Beaches of Calblanque (Cartagena)
Numerous beaches and coves outline the coast of the Calblanque Regional Parkcharacterized by its fine golden sand, the formation of fossil dunes in the area and the wealth of fauna, such as the flocks of flamingos from the Rassall salt flats. Among those that are accessible are Calblanque, Cala Arturo, Parreño Beach and Negrete Beach, Y can be explored by bike or on foot following the designated paths.
Uncle Ximo Cove (Benidorm)
Another of Benidorm’s beaches is Cala del Tio Ximo. At the foot of the Sierra Helada and on the north coast of the municipalitythis beach is cut out between steep cliffs. It is perfect for fans of snorkel for its crystal clear waters and rocky soils. It is usually less crowded than the rest of the beaches in Benidorm, since it is far from the center.
Cala Mundina (Alcossebre)
This Castellón cove twenty five meters long It belongs to the Sierra de Irta protection area. Thanks to this, you can enjoy the fauna and flora of the areadominated by palmetto. The cove is made of pebbles, and at one of its ends is the Irta lighthouse, a place that serves as parking for visitors, that they can swim, dive or simply enjoy the surroundings or the sunset.
Cove of the Timbes (Vinaroz)
Of gravel and coarse sandThis cove is located in the northern area of Vinaròs and is easy access for visitors. sheltered by a cliff and collected by the unevenness with the urbanized area, is a perfect location for swimming, since the waves are moderate and the crystal clear waters.