Thousands of tourists from around the world flock to Benidorm, attracted by its beaches and exceptional climate that allow visitors to take a dip in the sea any time of year. Some tourists from British or Nordic countries enjoy its waters throughout the year, but also national visitors, generally Basque, Cantabrian or Galician.
Three of its beaches have been honoring for many years the blue flag, an award that certifies the quality of its waters, services, safety, information and environmental education, presented by the European Education, for Environmental Education. Specifically, the Poniente, Levante and Mal Pas beaches.
In addition to its beaches, their respective promenades and the marina are famous, offering a wide range of services and activities. Among them, the practice of snorkeling or scuba diving, cable skiing or libaries on the beach.
In total, Benidorm has 3 blue flag beaches and 2 small natural coves at the foot of Sierra Helada, these small coves are highly recommended options for those seeking to escape and enjoy the sea while avoiding the crowds of the town.