More wonderful coves to discover this summer

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La Sardinera is an isolated cove south of Xàbia, on the northern slope of Cap Prim. Formerly it was the best place for sardines, fine nets that were set twice a day, at sunrise and sunset, hence the origin of its name.

Its gravel and bowling beach and its access on foot through a sometimes complicated path makes it advisable to wear appropriate footwear if you want to visit. The level of occupation of the cove is low and most of its visitors access by boat.

In the cove we will find crystal clear waters, seabed full of life and a great tranquility. An ideal place for snorkeling and discovering the marine fauna and the Posidonia bed so important for the good health of our precious sea.


For those who are looking for an uncrowded cove but without giving up all the services, south of Moraira will find in the Andragó cove the ideal place. It is a wide cove with smooth rocky areas for sunbathing and transparent waters perfect for snorkeling.

The staircase and the viewpoint stand out in this cove. On one of the overhangs of the rocks there is a pool ladder installed that allows comfortable and safe access to the sea, directly to the area where the water is already cooler than on the shore.

The viewpoint allows us to enjoy the panoramic view of the bay of the nearby town of Moraira with its impressive castle, a fortress of the eighteenth century that dominates the bay and was built to safeguard the population from attacks by Barbary pirates.

The wonderful enclave of this cove, its waters and the numerous services it offers make it ideal to spend the whole day and disconnect from everything. But don’t forget to wear appropriate footwear for swimming along the rocks.


Although it is probably the most famous beach of Benissa, in Fustera cove there is a relaxed atmosphere.

Access to this white sandy cove is easy, so it is chosen by many families to spend the day.

The existing signage on the beach reminds us of the existence of abundant posidonia meadows on its seabed, which act as a nursery for the fry of numerous species of fish, a paradise for snorkelers.

Near the cove, there is the“Cova de la Fustera“, 10 m high. high, from where we can enjoy a magnificent panoramic view of the coast of Benissa and the Peñón de Ifach.


Llebeig cove is the natural mouth of the Viuda ravine and is located between the municipalities of Teulada-Moraira and El Poble Nou de Benitatxell.

This is one of the less accessible coves we have told you about. It can be accessed by sea or on foot through a mountain route. Reaching Llebeig cove is the final stage of a hiking route, the SL-CV50 that descends through the Viuda ravine, so footwear should be for the route and not for the beach.

The cove is made of rock and boulders and has been declared a flora micro-reserve, with species such as the large orchid (Barlia robertiana), the sea gorse (Genista tricuspidata) and the Valencian bellflower (Convolvulus valentinus).

This beach takes us back to another era, since at the entrance we find the remains of the old guard post of carabineros, from where the smuggling of tobacco and fabrics was controlled. And we can also see fishermen’s shelters, dwellings dug into the walls, which are still in use today.

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