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Benidorm Nature & Natural Parks - Costa Blanca, Spain

As for Benidorm nature and natural parks; the whole Costa Blanca coasts offer great natural beauties. There are numerous natural sights and nature parks in and around Benidorm that worth a visit in your Benidorm holidays.

Benidorm Island
Benidorm Island (Isla de Benidorm) is a natural beauty and protected are located in the middle of bay of Benidorm in the middle of its two points, stands the island of Benidorm.

It is also the emblem of the city of Benidorm.

Benidorm Island may be visited by little ferry boats or “golondrinas” [swallows] departing from the Benidorm harbour.

Serra Gelada Nature Park
The Serra Gelada Nature Park in Benidorm is a great beauty of nature separating the bays of Benidorm and Altea and presents nearly 6km of coastline of cliffs over 400 metres high.

The Serra Gelada Nature Park has protected areas of plants of exceptional value, hanging fossil dunes (aeolianites, over a hundred thousand years old) and endemic botanical species.

Peñon de Ifach Natural Park in Altea-Calpe (20 km. from Benidorm)
Penon de Ifach Natural Park is a beautiful region with a 332 mt. rock raising just along the sea.

The lagoon and the nature worth a visit.

Caves of Canelobre in Busot (40 km. from Benidorm)
Caves of Canelobre is situated about 24 km. from Alicante and 40 km. from Benidorm.

A daily excursion to the caves and have fun with the spectacular caves and rock formations is a nice attraction.

Tabarca Island in Alicante (46 km. from Benidorm)
Tabarca Island is a nature marine reserve located in Alicante.

Visitors may visit island via boats leaving Alicante harbour (Tel: 965 21 63 96); Santa Pola harbour (Tel: 965 41 11 13); Guardamar del Segura harbour (Tel: 966 70 21 22) or Torrevieja harbour (Tel: 966 70 21 22)

Pego-Oliva Marshlands Nature Park along Denia (53 km. from Benidorm)
Pego-Oliva Marshlands Nature Park is situated along the wetland between the mountains of Segaria and Mustalla.

The region is great with its wide range of plant species and animals. Also there is a thermal hot spring in Font Salada worth a visit.

Montgo Mountain Nature Park Javea-Denia (53 km. from Benidorm)
Montgo Mountain Nature Park is situated above the towns of Javea and Denia about 63 km. from Benidorm and has an altitude of 753 meters.

The fauna and flora is great with over 600 species.

Cape San Antonio in Javea (60 km. from Benidorm)
Cape San Antonio is a nature marine reserve that is worthy of its beautiful cliffs 160 mt. above the sea.

The views of the Mediterranean sea is outstanding.

Cape La Nao in Javea (60 km. from Benidorm)
Cape La Nao is a nature marine reserve and a popular important tourist zone in the Costa Blanca located in Javea. A visit to the cape and enjoy the spectacular views is highly recommended.

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