Water Sports in Benidorm

Benidorm is a watersports Mecca!

There’s a wealth of watersport opportunities during the summer months: wind surfing, water skiing; jet skiing; paragliding; scuba diving and boat rides…

There’s also a professional standard cable-waterski station, which hosts international tournaments!

Boat trips

You can take boat trips to nearby beaches like Calp, Altea or Denia or even visit l’Illa de Benidorm, the island that lies three kilometres off the coast and is a refugee for birds.

There are also trips to the small island of Tabarca, a protected marine reserve off the coast of Santa Pola.

Cable Ski Benidorm

The Professional Cableski and Watersports Centre: This fantastic invention makes learning to waterski a doddle! There’s no need for a boat and they say you can be up and skiing within an hour. Prices start from 20 euros for kids and 28 euro for grown-ups for a course.

Benidorm Beaches


The elegant former fishing village of Moraira can be reached in about an hour along the A-7 motorway from Alicante airport.
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Benidorm Sports

You might be forgiven for not immediately equating Benidorm with sports. It’s well known that the beaches are spectacular. That it has a fantastic micro-climate …
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Calpe Costa Blanca


The town of Calpe was originally a fishing village. Although it has embraced tourism and a large influx of European residents, it still retains its …
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Levante Beach Benidorm

Levante Beach

This is the sandy holiday hub for those who’re out for fun and frolics, and is known as the sunrise beach. In high season it …
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Poniente Beach

Beyond the Old Town, PONIENTE BEACH is to the west of LEVANTE, and comprises a mammoth golden curl of excellent fine sand. Huge! If you don’t want quite …
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Malpas Beach

You’ll find it close to the harbor, beneath the port and the castle cliffs. Small, pleasant, and usually not very crowded, it’s different again to Benidorm’s …
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