All the beaches and coves of Altea stand out for the excellent quality of its waters. Most of them wave the Blue Flag, which is a recognition of the level of quality and excellence of conservation and services that are provided on the coast of Altea: lifeguard and surveillance, hammock service, collection of waste, access for the disabled and some with parks for small children.
We can stand out:
- CapBlanc beach: it measures 1,350 meters and its occupation is high. It has sand and gravel, and calm waters. As for its services, you can rent nautical equipment, and there are hammocks, umbrellas, showers, parking, buses and train station. It is next to the Yacht Club.
- Playa de L'Espigó: recently inaugurated, it represents an extension of the Alterian coastline in more than 300 meters of beach and a promenade that communicates with the mouth of the Algar River.
- CapNegret beach: its extension is 1,450 meters and it has a lot of vegetation. Its occupation is average, it has sand and gravel and the waters are a little troubled. Among its services are umbrellas, hammocks, toilets and buses.
- Playa de la Solsida: is one of the most attractive natural corners of Altea thanks to its thick strip of vegetation and its privileged location that makes it the perfect place to disconnect and escape from the summer hustle and bustle typical of other beaches.
- Playa de La Olla: measures 1,400 meters and is a semi-urban beach with medium occupancy. It has no sand but is gravel and skittles, with the sea always calm. There are train station, buses, parking and WC. It has a special charm thanks to the small island of La Olla, which rests 470 meters from the coast and which can be reached by swimming.