This is a wild cove with pebbles. It stands out for its lateral views and, above all, the views of the Peñón de Ifach. This cove is located within the route of the Benissa Ecological Promenade, so you can take the opportunity to visit it.
Cala Pinets can be divided into two areas, both ideal for a dip. One of them is made up of sand and is located on the right side of the cove. On the opposite side is the more rocky area, which is not dangerous at all and is quite accessible. This rocky part is perfect for a family day out, playing with the kids and sunbathing in peace and quiet. These rocks are known in the region as "Mar Muerta" (Dead Sea). It has very little level, it is open and protected at the same time in case of strong waves.
It is a very popular destination for lovers of water activities. The most popular activities in this cove are snorkelling and surfing. Its crystalline and transparent waters are 100% suitable for these sports. Every time we approach it, we can't help but think what a little piece of paradise it is.
It is only a few minutes away from its neighbouring beach, Playa de La Fustera, which is fully equipped with all the services you may need.
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