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El Poble Nou de Benitatxell is a coastal town in the province of Alicante, one home to dreamy corners and idyllic beaches. Go here with your family, significant other or friends and have the trip of a lifetime.

What to see in El Poble Nou de Benitatxell

The coves in this part of Spain are icons in the Region of Valencia. See them and you’ll feel like you’re in paradise! Surrounded by crystal-clear waters, Cala del Moraigwhich is hidden behind the Puig Llorença massifis the one most visitors hear about. It was awarded a Blue Flag and has been given special mention by the Adeac Foundation for its lifeguard service.

In addition to its beauty, the beaches and coves of El Poble Nou de Benitatxell also stand out for their incredible wealth of water sports, like snorkelling, scuba diving, water skating and other activities that specifically promote environmental education.

When you’re there, be sure to visit Cala Testos! This small, untouched, gravel cove is tucked between vertical cliff walls that jut off Morro Falquí. This isolated cove is only accessible by sea or through a specific path, which gives it an oddly calm, welcoming feel

Another special cove, Llebeig, is made of gravel and rock and has a familiar “seafaring” character. It’s accessible by foot through Ruta de los Acantilados, which takes passersby on a pleasant walk through the natural side of El Poble Nou de Benitatxell.

If you get a chance to visit the Old Town, don’t miss the Santa María Magdalena, Portalet or Oratorio Jaime Llobell. Here, traditional and Mediterranean food and wine will be the cherry on top of a perfect vacation in a beautiful destination! Be sure to try traditional local recipes like putxero, cocas, cruet, caspell and more. They’re all sure to make you feel right at home.

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The Region of Valencia is known for its pleasant climate, its beaches, and its gastronomy. But it also has much more: inland nature, history, a rich heritage, and a multitude of activities for all tastes. If you are thinking about going on holidays, we suggest a route to get to know the Region of Valencia in all its versions.
Our region has a privileged location east of the Iberian Peninsula and bathed by the warm and calm waters of the Mediterranean. All this makes the water temperature ideal for diving even in winter.
With the arrival of the good weather, it is worth getting closer to some corner of the 11 kilometres of splendid coastline in Villajoyosa, in the province of Alicante. Four of its magnificent beaches: Paradís, Bol Nou, Montíboli and la Caleta, usually get the blue flag every year because of the quality of their waters.
Every year, the province of Alicante attracts thousands of tourists who come to relax, sunbathe, and cool off in the crystal clear waters of our coast, but the Costa Blanca offers much more, and to discover it, you need to wear a diving suit and mask.

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