The southeast coast of Spain isn't known as the Costa Blanca by mistake: the white coastal strip between, roughly, Valencia and Cartagena offers numerous small bays and calm beaches.
So this is exactly what you can expect to find in these coastal areas of this Spanish region: white beaches and Mediterranean blue water. One doesn't have to be a beachy person to savour the calmness of the endless sea and soothing rustle of the waves. Pick your favourite bay or beach amidst craggy rocks and subtropical vegetation, and immerse yourself in a relaxing and refreshing atmosphere with pleasant temperatures and splendid views.
Going for that beach and blue water? Make sure to bring a snorkel set and water shoes with you: also underwater there is plenty to see. If you prefer calmness and rest, then choose a small, remote bay without facilities. If you look for more lively places that offer some services, you may rather go for a beach more close to a town or village. Ranging from desolate places with turquoise water, to small-scale beaches with a chirinquito providing drinks and snacks, to beaches with restaurants and watersport facilities: whatever you may be looking for, you will be able to enjoy this brilliant coast!