The picturesque town Benissa Spain is enamoured with the natural beauties such as the rocky coves, tiny bay, terraced vineyards, palm trees, sandy beaches, and the cliffs. Walking down the narrow streets of Benissa Spain will let you experience many unknown facets of the town for sure.
Discover a selection of the best spots and attractions in BENISSA
This is a countryside club and has opulent opportunities for relaxing and enjoying an informal get together with your family and friends. You can take up the activities like the horse riding under the clear blue sky and in the proximity of the Mother Nature.
If you are a city dweller, you are perhaps bored out of visiting malls and the supermarkets. This Saturday Market of the Benissa Spain can essentially allow you to revisit the days of the mediaeval era. On the narrow streets of Benissa Spain, sellers and buyers throng around the Parish church area. A vibrant medieval market is still alive there for refreshing your mood and passion for shopping.
Once you are done with the Saturday Market, we recommend you to visit the Purissima Xiqueta Parish Church. It is a nice and well-maintained church for spending some peaceful moments. Mediaeval Historic Centre This is essentially an old town that comes on the way leading to Calpe. You will be pleasantly surprised to see the numerous bars, convenient car park, and a beautiful playground for the children. There is a good number of restaurants as well at the main square of the Mediaeval Historic Centre.
Your next destination should be the Calpe a.k.a. Calp. This 332 metres huge rock is the silent observer of the revolution of a tiny fishing town into a hotspot tourist destination. The area is surrounded by the fine sandy beaches. There are two sandy beaches to choose from. You will love the fish restaurants here. You can also visit the museums in the vicinity such as the Comic Museum, Collectors Museum, and the Casa de la Senyoreta museum.
It is an interesting inland village on the banks of the river Goros of Marina Alta. The place is full of antique and crafts shops such as the ceramic works and the guitars.
The church is a beautiful and peaceful place for spending time with your family and friends. You will appreciate the nice tilling work on the walls and floors here.
Benissa Spain located at the Costa Blanca Spain – the name itself has the power of rekindling your power of imagination. You know what the name Benissa Spain connotes? an appreciation for the finer things in life. Once you land up there, you will fall in line believing in the ravishing beauty of this tiny town that underwent massive renovation works in the 1980s and 1990s.
According to the 2009 census, the population of Benissa Spain was 13,221 with a population density of 190 per sq. km.
July and August months are hot here. The climate for the rest of the months in a year is mild and enjoyable. On the whole, your tour to the Benissa Spain can be a refreshing and fulfilling one all throughout the year. For more details about the climate follow this link Climate
Benissa Spain is a tiny town and receives quite a good number of tourists all throughout the year. As such, you should ideally book your holiday homes, rent a luxury villa, or apartment, town house or the country home in advance based on your personal liking. For instance, if the beach is your first preference.