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Fall for Finestrat
From the white houses in the old town, at the foot of Puig Campana, to the turquoise waters and fine sands of its resort, Finestrat can cast a spell on you.
Waking to the scent from lush orange groves, all you'll have to worry about is whether to go for a country walk or spend the day at a beach workshop, learning a new art, playing volleyball or just topping up your tan.
More reasons to like Finestrat
Reason One: The peaceful old town and lively beach resort, means you can find a place to chill out whatever the mood or moment.
Reason Two: There are beaches for everyone from toddlers to those less mobile and with year round sunshine you can enjoy the sea air even in mid winter.
Reason Three: It's perfectly located, close to amazing scenery, bustling Benidorm and two great theme parks, so there's no time to be bored.
Reason Four: Facilities here are superb, there's a great shopping complex at La Marina and if you like markets, you can visit a different one every day of the week along the coast.
Reason Five: If you're looking to buy, MASA guarantees the lowest prices and can help you find just the right property to suit your interests and your pocket.
Finestrat is south of Benidorm at the foot of Puig Campana mountain, set amongst lush orange and almond groves.
It’s a great destination for people wanting a peaceful time but with access to bigger facilities nearby.
The afternoons are a good time to head out to see the sights, hang out on the beach or sit outside at a pavement café.
If you have kids, you must take them to Terra Natura and Terra Mítica, two major theme parks on the Costa Blanca.
You can stay put and enjoy the serenity of the town or go to the town beach, Cala Finestrat, when you want to sunbathe, go for a swim or join in a variety of workshops or water sports.
Blue Flag, La Cala Beach is one of the quietest in the area and has shallow water, ideal for kids to play and swim safely within sight.
The beach also hosts daily workshops, including aqua aerobics, volleyball and arts and crafts; so there’s always something new to do.
If you’re an active sports fan, take a walk along the coast to Poniente beach where in addition to a range of water sports, the beach hosts an international volleyball tournament every summer.
Anyone, regardless of mobility, can enjoy the sea at Benidorm’s Levante beach. This was one of the first beaches of its kind and features ramps, specially adapted wheelchairs and people on hand to assist disabled visitors.