Our top snorkeling spots
Cala el Portet
Cala el Portet is located in Moraira and is the only beach with a Blue Flag in the municipality. The beach is about 300 meters long and about 10-15 meters wide . It is protected by the Cap d’Or and is located in a natural environment of great beauty. Located in a picturesque shell-shaped bay offering crystal clear waters. The very shallow water with vastsegrass meadows is Ideal for snorkeling and diving. As you can see in our video on the right, there are plenty fish to be observed.
Cala el Portixolet
Located in Moraira on the way to El Portet can be reached via the Club Náutico or a staircase on Avenida del Portet. The bay is not very crowded and has a spectacular bottom with rocks and a small underwater cave. Snorkelers get their money’s worth here.
Coming from Moraira driving towards Calpe on the Costal road just after passing San Jaime you find the hidden rocky beach Baladrar. Divided into two areas by a rocky landscape, Cala Baladrar in Benissa impresses with its extraordinary fauna and crystal-clear water and makes every snorkeler’s heart beat faster.
Cala Blanca located in Jávea, at the end of the pedestrian path behind Avenida de Ultramar, offers a natural paradise with a shallow seabed, where seagrass meadows and rocks provide a habitat for varied fauna. Snorkelers will definitely get their money’s worth here.
Located in Dénia in las Marinas near the Hotel Los Angeles is one of the largest seagrass meadows on the Costa Blanca, which provides a habitat for many sea creatures. A true paradise for snorkeling and diving in Dénia.