Discover the activities in and around Benissa

Benissa and Finca de la Pansa are centrally located in the Marina Alta region, the northern part of the Costa Blanca. Whether you're looking for an active holiday, culture and history, sea and beach, or a culinary retreat, it's all within reach. 


Explore the natural beauty of the region, stroll along historical landmarks, and discover breathtaking viewpoints. For those seeking a bit more adventure, the Sierra de Bernia is a popular hiking destination with trails winding through beautiful forests and mountainous areas. Whether you opt for a leisurely stroll along the coastline or an adventurous trek in the mountains, Benissa and its surroundings have something for everyone.


The mild Mediterranean climate makes cycling in the Costa Blanca attractive year-round. The region around Benissa treats you to a varied landscape, from coastal roads to mountainous routes, with the most popular climb being the Coll de Rates with its breathtaking views. You can refuel in one of the many picturesque villages. We are happy to assist you with renting high-quality road bikes.


In the area, there are excellent opportunities for golf enthusiasts. Places like Club de Golf Ifach in Benissa, La Sella Golf in Denia, or Altea Club de Golf in Altea are some of the most well-known in this region. Here, you can enjoy challenging golf courses and stunning Mediterranean landscapes. Whether you're an experienced golfer or just want to enjoy golfing in a beautiful environment, the Costa Blanca has it all.

Wine tourism

The wines of the Costa Blanca range from traditional Spanish varieties such as Moscatel, Tempranillo, and Monastrell to international grape varieties such as Cabernet Sauvignon and Grenache. These wines owe their fruity flavors, full body, and lively character to the Mediterranean climate and soil conditions in this region. Wineries like Pepe Mendoza in Lliber and Montesanco in Teulada welcome you for a tour and tasting.


The Costa Blanca has a rich cultural background, historical cities and picturesque villages, festivals, beautiful museums, and local traditions. Local celebrations, such as the famous Moros y Cristianos (Moors and Christians), bring colorful processions and festivities. During the 'encierros,' you can run in front of the bulls in various villages, but it's safer to just enjoy the spectacle from behind the fences.

Sun, sea, and beach

The Costa Blanca is known for its lively coastal towns, beautiful sandy beaches, and numerous coves. You can spend a day sunbathing in Benissa Costa, Moraira, Altea, or Calpe, where you'll find promenades filled with restaurants and bars to enjoy local dishes. For water sports enthusiasts, this is a paradise with plenty of opportunities for snorkeling, paddleboarding, swimming, and scuba diving.