Benidorm is the ideal place to practise all kinds of watersports. Its already well-known, excellent leisure attractions are complemented by the sports activities available with a sailing school at the sailing club and several international diving centres, due to the fact that Benidorm Island has rich and interesting sea beds that have been declared a Marine Reserve. You can also have a go at water-skiing, jet-skiing, kayaking and much more. There are a variety of companies specialising in each of these sports, offering you the chance to hire material or take a beginners’ or advanced course.
Scubadiving is no longer a difficult and dangerous adventure. It is now an easy, safe and relaxing activity for all to enjoy, especially in these waters. The meteorological conditions are exceptional and allow divers to explore around the cliff walls that plunge down into the deep. Leafy posidonia meadows, the Island and the Llosa with its caves, walls and jagged rock formations, all make up this varied land and seascape that is home to a multitude of species that live and stop off here. Diving schools: Poseidon and Scubadiving.
Sailing and motor boats
Calm, clean waters, smooth currents and practically no tides and moderate thermal winds make the bay of Benidorm a very special place on the Mediterranean, where you can hoist up your sail and calmly navigate the waters without an unexpected turn of events. If you would like to hire a boat, with or without a skipper, there are a number of specialised companies who provide services for all kinds of requests for tours along the coast, from a one-hour excursion to day trips with lunch on board, bathing and fishing included. However, if you prefer sailing, this type of company is also available to provide you with sailing lessons or to charter a boat with or without a skipper.