Water sports in Benidorm
is also fantastic.
offers every conceivable water sports including parasailing, jet skiing, pedalos, scuba diving and more.
Together with Benidorm, all Costa Blanca coasts and seaside towns offer sailing schools, yacht clubs, windsurfing and
water-skiing instruction, swimming and scuba-diving clubs. In- and off-shore fishing are also common hereabouts.
The two main beaches of Benidorm; Levante and Poniente offer quality services, limpid water and fine sands difficult to
find elsewhere in the Mediterranean. Benidorm boasts the most comprehensive and best equipped network of hotel and holiday
accommodation in the Costa Blanca coasts. Holidaymakers may find the water sports centres on the beaches via the yellow
points in yellow tents.
On the Levante beach; the cable-ski installation is the leader in whole Spain and it offers a fantastic beach adventure
for the holidaymakers in their Benidorm holidays. Variety of boats depart from the Benidorm harbour for visits to Benidorm
Island, Calpe, Altea, La Vila Joiosa and the Tabarca Island.
There are also banana-ride and parasailing tours for the holidaymakers around the Benidorm beaches. In addition, the night
time party cruises with great partying, music and shows is also one of the best things to do in Benidorm.
Benidorm Isle, that is located out in the centre of the Benidorm bay, may be visited by boats leaving from the Benidorm
harbour. According to locals, the islet of Benidorm represents the gigantic block of rock that is missing from the summit
of nearby Mount Puig Campana.
During one of Charlemagne’s warlike sorties, the intrepid Roland lopped off the mountain top with the blade of his sword,
sending the missing piece thundering down the side of the mountain into the sea and so causing it to be transformed into
the small island outcrop.