Benissa is a town on the Costa Blanca in the province of Alicante. It is located near Calpe and Moraira and offers a blend of history, culture, nature, and beaches. Benissa boasts a beautiful historic center where you can explore narrow streets, squares, museums, and historical buildings, including the Cathedral of La Marina.

Enjoying sun, sea, and beach can be done at La Fustera beach, which is part of the coastline of Benissa. In the inland areas, characterized by hills and mountains, there are several hiking and biking trails for nature lovers.

Don't forget to visit the weekly market on Saturdays where you can buy local products, fresh vegetables, and fruits.

Our finca is easily accessible


Alicante ±50 minutes
Valencia ±70 minutes

Historical city center

±5 minutes drive

Near the coast

±20 minutes drive


Explore the beautiful historic center with the Cathedral of La Marina, the charming streets and squares, or head towards the coast or the mountainous inland.

Visits nearby

Whether you're interested in beaches, nature, sports, history, or culture, in the broader surroundings of Benissa, there are several interesting attractions and activities to discover.


For a day trip, Valencia and Alicante are options worth considering. Valencia is a vibrant city with modern architecture, historical landmarks, art, and science, as well as splendid culinary spots. Some highlights not to be missed are the 'Ciudad de las Artes y las Ciencias' and the Oceanogràfic: the largest aquarium in Europe. The charming old town is also worth a visit.


Altea is a charming town, known for its picturesque whitewashed houses and narrow cobbled streets. From the old town, you have a beautiful view of the Mediterranean Sea. Take a stroll along the promenade, discover local artisan shops, and enjoy Mediterranean cuisine in one of the many cozy restaurants. 


Make a day trip to the impressive Guadalest, a mountain village with a castle perched on a rock near a beautiful reservoir. During a kayak ride, you can fully enjoy this picturesque location.


Alicante has been an attractive city for several years and is definitely worth a visit. You'll find a mix of history, culture, shopping, beaches, and gastronomy. Visit the lively Mercado Central, the Castillo de Santa Bárbara, or stroll along the Explanada de España. You can taste the delicious Spanish cuisine in the many tapas bars and restaurants in Alicante.

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Moraira is a charming fishing village with beautiful beaches, a picturesque marina, and a relaxed atmosphere. This is a great place to take a stroll along the promenade and enjoy local seafood dishes. Renting a boat is definitely an option here.

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Vall de Pop

Explore the inland and visit the Jalón Valley, known for its vineyards and almond orchards. You can taste local wine, visit the weekly flea market, and enjoy the picturesque landscape.

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Penyal d'Ifac en Calpe

Discover the Penyal d'Ifac Natural Park located near Calpe. The park offers hiking trails with breathtaking views and unique flora and fauna. For those seeking a physical challenge, climbing the renowned rock is a must. A visit to Calpe with its old town is also an option.

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Fuentes del Algar

Visit the waterfalls and natural pools of Fuentes del Algar; a nature reserve with refreshing water features surrounded by lush vegetation.

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In the fishing port of Dénia, you can see the fishing boats docking and buy fresh seafood at the lively fish market. This port city has a castle with beautiful views, lovely beaches, and the ferry terminal for boats to the Balearic Islands.

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Looking forward to relaxing at Finca de la Pansa?

Come and enjoy in a peaceful, welcoming environment near the historic town of Benissa and just a short distance from the coast. Small-scale charm, tasting the 'couleur locale' in a homely atmosphere: that's what holidays at Finca de la Pansa are all about.