The Costa Blanca has 218 kilometers of seashore where you can visit a fantastic beaches and creeks. The great atmosphere of the area makes it possible to swim and sunbathe in the Mediterranean sea throughout the year.
Costa Blanca’s Beaches. By Costa Blanca Turismo
We show you five wonderful destinations that you should visit this summer in the south of Costa Blanca.
Carabasí beach of Elche. By visitelche.com
El Carabasí beach has 900 meters of coast. It’s located in Elche. This beach is a protected area with clear blue water and golden sand dunes. The parking is connected to the sea through gateways. You can see an unspoiled coastline with pine forests, high dunes rising and fossil dunes. There are a beach bar and water sports area too. It also has a nudist area.
Tabarca beach. By islatabarca.com
Tabarca beach has 200 meters of seashore with clear blue water, sand and gravel. It’s located in Tabarca’s island. It’s an attractive place for sea lovers. There are an amazing diversity of flora and fauna.
You can go to the island from port of Santa Pola, Guardamar, Torrevieja or Alicante.
Lisa Beach of Santa Pola. By senderosdealicante.com
Lisa beach has 600 meters of shoreline with shallow waters. It’s located in Santa Pola. It’s a safe area for children and adults. The good wind direction makes this area an excellent place for windsurfing and kite surfing.
El Moncayo beach of Guardamar del Segura. By playasdealicante.com
El Moncayo beach has 2 kilometers of seashore. It’s located between the city center and the famous southern dunes of Guardamar del Segura. It’s an unspoiled coastline surrounded by pine grove and dunes. There are a great waves for surfing.
El Cura beach of Torrevieja. By torrevieja.com
El Cura beach has 325 meters of coastline. It’s located in the city center of Torrevieja.
You can enjoy to the Night of Habanera on the beach in July. It’s a magical night where people dinner on the beach while listening the most popular versions of Havana’s music.