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Platja Cala Tio Ximo

If you want to escape from the busiest beaches in Benidorm, this is the place to come to. This charming small cove beach is about 60 meters long. The beach combines sand, pebbles, and rock and is located at the foot of Sierra Helada nature reserve, between some steep cliffs. The small beach is also known as a nudist beach, but that is certainly not an obligation.

Picture by Harry Fabel

The place is an ideal location for diving enthusiasts and for snorkeling because the water is crystal clear. It's a unique place to have a quiet and peaceful afternoon. There is no bar nearby, so you must bring your own water. Around the beach, there are trees and shrubs where you can relax when you want to get out of the sometimes hot sun.

Picture by Harry Fabel

To get to the beach you have to cross the small hill at the end of the Levante beach on the Rincon de Loix side. It will take you about 15 minutes to get there.


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