Benissa, Alicante

 

Benissa. Alicante. Costa Blanca. Spain

The Benissa coastline, on the Costa Blanca, has it all – sandy beaches, hidden coves and impressive cliffs, with a complete range of facilities for water sports, topped by an attractive historic town centre, a series of nature parks and hilltop chapels in the surroundings, beckoning to trekkers and climbers.

Benissa is located between Valencia city and Alicante city, with its nearest neighbouring town to be Calpe. Transport links it to places like Benidorm, Altea, Denia and Torrevieja using either the national highway N/332 or the AP-7 toll motorway. The nearest airport is the Alicante airport, located 70 km to the south-west.

The oldest building in Benissa – the Lonja dates from the XVI century. This is now the Ethnological Museum.

Benissa also has it’s own coastal area, with coves and beaches like Cala Baladrar, Cala Advocat, Cala Llobella, Cala dels Pinets, Cala y Playa la Fustera. This area also includes several urbanisations, including Fanadix, Bellavista, La Fustera, Buenavista, and Montemar.

A monthly Farmers Market, know as the Mercat dels Porxes will take place on the second Saturday of every month. The stalls will be located in the Placa Jaunme I from 09:00 until 14:00.

 

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UK TV in Benissa – how to receive UK TV, Freesat TV and Sky TV in Benissa

Sky TV in BenissaFreesat TV in Benissa

The Sat and PC Guy installs and maintains Digital Satellite Television Systems, for reception of UK TV, Freesat TV, Sky TV and IPTV in Benissa.

Reception of satellite TV channels from the BBC an ITV can be achieved using a minimum of a 110x120cm satellite dish or the recommended 125x135cm satellite dish.

We install Digital Terrestrial Television, TDT, Spain Freeview for Spanish TV reception in Benissa. Depending on your location to the TDT transmitters, you can receive around 30 digital television channels, with the option change the language on many programmes into English.

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