Benissa has 4km of dramatic, rocky coastline linking the towns of Moraira and Calpe.

The cliffs and small coves are surrounded by pine trees and there is an "Eco-Trail" through the woodland which can be enjoyed throughout the year due to the mild climate.

You can access the trail from either Advocat cove, at one end, or Les Bassetes Bay.

There are four more coves - Baladrar,Llobella, Els Pinets and La Fustera which has a sandy beach surrounded by rocky outcrops that shelter it from the elements.

The views from the coastline are stunning and your eyes are naturally drawn to the "Peñon de Ifach" a huge limestone rock emerging from the sea just off the coast at Calpe. It is a natural park and the views from the top are breathtaking.

The luxury front line villas, with uninterrupted views, command millions of euros, however, set back from the coastal road you can find many traditional villas in urbanised areas to suit most budgets.

Benissa town itself is inland and straggles the N332. It is a working town with a real Spanish lifestyle and social community. There are an attractive selection of shops, boutiques, tapas bars, restaurants and splendid ancient architecture like the imposing Cathedral which dominates the town square.

Apartments and townhouses are the typical properties you will find here.

Benissa Coast, like Moraira and Javea has a lot to offer to those seeking a property in this exclusive area.