The Morach beach and the Los Arcos cave
The Morach beach and the Los Arcos cave are famous for practicing diving. Their crystal clear waters and spectacularly beautiful settings do not cease to impress one. The services on the beach comprise parking and 2 drinks and snacks stalls, besides the habitual services, like hammocks, sun umbrellas, etc.
The views are simply breathtaking. The cliffs protect the entire beach and the sensation one gets is that of enjoying the sea surrounded by nature and mountains. A few metres from the entrance to the Morach beach begins one of the most beautiful trails on the coast that runs over the cliffs.
The Los Tiestos cove and El Morro Falqui
The cove Los Tiestos or des Testos lies beneath El Morro Falqui. The entrance is located just before the downward path that goes to the Morach beach, on the left, via a small path.
This very sheltered small cove is renowned for being a nudist and a very private cove.
From the park located above the beach and the cove there are beautiful views of the Morach beach, the Los Tiestos cove and El Morro Falqui.
The Llebeig cove and its history
To reach the Lleibeig cove we must follow a path for 15 minutes, which begins at the end of the Pueblo Montecala residential area. The fishermen of Poble Nou de Benitachell frequent the Llebeig cove and, in fact, small constructions can be seen in the actual cove. Another way of discovering this beautiful cove is through the trails that begin either from the Morach beach or from the Portet de Moraira.
The neighbours of Benitatxell habitually visit the Lleibeig cove in August to soak spartograss, to fish and to take the three recommended baths (according to an old tradition). There is also a coastal surveillance hut that was initially occupied by the local carabinero police and later by the civil guard.