For those of you who’re longing to visit the Spanish beaches for scuba diving and snorkeling, Costa Blanca has much to offer at Les Rotes beach in Denia.
Why visit Les Rotes, Denia?
You’ll reach Les Rotes once you take a southward turn from central Denia. The Montgó nature reserve serves a natural backdrop to the five small bays culminating at Les Rotes. Right at the beginning, you have the Marineta Cassiana, a sandy beach that adds to the beauty of transparent turquoise water shown through a row of rocky cloves namely Arenetes, Punta Negra, La Cala and El Trampoli. You’ll be surprised if you’ve been expecting only a few cozy tourist resorts to show up during your trip to Costa Blanca.
Small families and couples are mostly drawn towards the harbor and its sandy beach. If you’re not among those who wish to shed off sand from your sandwiches, then your towels have to be stretched over the rocky slabs of the coves as you move downwards for reaching the nudist beach, La Cala.
How can you spend your time?
Amid a plethora of underwater plants and fishes, scuba diving and snorkeling will help you rejuvenate and rejoice. When you’re done with sunbathing, you may take some fishing net and visit the rock pool. You’ll have great fun as you pootle like many other visitors around you.
Platja de Tamariu is another favorite beach for tourists flocking to Spain all the year round.
Why visit Platja de Tamariu, Tamariu?
Your loved ones are bound to fall in love with this beach. This one is considered to be one of the best beaches of Costa Brava as it has a small whitewashed resort in Tamariu. Few seafood restaurants, cafes, and beach gear stalls help a pedestrian promenade to yield support and shelter within this 750 feet long beach that resembles the shape of a horseshoe. Headlines covered with pines surround this place.
The sand isn’t quite sticky and hence doesn’t allow you to make sandcastles. The place is often very crowded along the Costa Brava stretch like other compact beaches. The main portion of the beach has coves that remain calm, partly hidden and connected. This beach has a second home for Catalans in its warm resort, which mostly suits families with kids. While the sand invites your kids to play, within a few yards you can have a leisurely meal or take your sips from a beer or coffee mug.
How can you spend your time?
Snorkeling, scuba diving or kayaking off the Costa Brava beaches are one of your favorite pastimes. Spending the evenings with locals at individual boules sessions on the promenade is another great option.
Bars and eateries
Both Ei Trampoli and Marineta Cassiana have numerous restaurants and beach bars for visitors that check in at Hotel Sol Pelicanos. You may taste a variety of seafood near the rocks like the Denia prawns that seem truly yummy! Going for a picnic could just be another joyous ploy.
Likewise, the Tamariu beach even has its share of eateries like the Es Dofi that serves delicious chipirones and other Spanish sea-foods. Make your day as you take that first bite on your grilled fish or fried squids.