Benidorm's 'best' beach with 'crystal clear water', no crowds and racy detail

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Benidorm is often pigeonholed as a hotspot for stag dos and wild nights out, but those willing to explore will discover the region's hidden treasures along the sun-kissed Alicante coastline.

Among these jewels is Cala Almadraba beach, a tranquil haven tucked away from the lively main strip, offering visitors a serene escape amidst nature.

The beauty of this secluded cove remains off the radar for many, even regulars, thanks to the privacy afforded by its surrounding trees and rugged landscape. However, one travel enthusiast took to TikTok to lift the lid on this picturesque spot.

Karina Spain, a travel content creator, showcased the untouched beauty of the coastline in an aerial video on TikTok, revealing stunning sandy shores, crystal-clear waters, and people leisurely floating in the sea.

Her video has quickly captivated over 8,000 likes on the platform, while Cala Almadraba has garnered glowing reviews on TripAdvisor.

One TripAdvisor user enthused: "This stunning little cove is just a few hundred yards away from the main Levante beach in Benidorm. It offers a peaceful setting on a rocky beach with a few sandy areas others have made to sunbathe on.

"Crystal clear water to swim and snorkel in with thousands of different types of fish. Great for the nudest with around 80% nude and 20% textile.

"No one bothers you other than to say hi or good morning. Couples and singles of both sex so it's a comfortable place to relax. Super clean too."

Another holidaymaker gushed: "Absolutely stunning little beach, close enough to the main Levante beach and town but secluded thanks to being tucked into a little bay. Clothing optional!

"Shallow, crystal clear water, we didn't get chance but it would be ideal for snorkelling. Narrow path then rocky descent to the beach itself."

Meanwhile, on Google Reviews, another visitor wrote: "Best beach in Benidorm. Quiet clean and relaxing. No kids. Bit of a trek down but it's worth it for a few hours."