Benissa is a historic town on Spain’s Costa Blanca, which offers visitors a host of attractions.
One of the Costa Blanca’s prettiest towns, Benissa is best explored on foot. The Town Hall, the Franciscan Monastery and the house of Juan Vines are three of the must-see buildings in the town. The Church in the Old Town is also worth seeing if you enjoy culture and history.
A choice of bars and pavement cafes serve fresh fish and traditional cuisine in the centre of town. Benissa is just 8 miles from Calpe and offers a choice of long, sandy beaches, seafood restaurants and family attractions.
Gata de Gorgos, just outside Benissa is famous for its wickerwork crafts and antiques – great gifts to take home. San Jaime Golf Club is a 9-hole course, situated close to the resort centre.
Benissa also has 4km of coastline, and the four main beaches include: Cala Pinet, Cala Lobella, Baladrar and La Fustera. Popular with scuba divers, the waters around Benissa are relatively clear and home to a wide choice of marine life.
The heart of Benissa Old Town is ideal for shopaholics looking for something different to take home!
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