Benissa town is situated on the N332 with the center on the church square, Plaza de la Iglesia, Plaza Rey Jaume I. The extensive Old Town is on the other side of the square, away from the N332 and has old cobbled streets and many 17th and 18th century houses. Benissa has access to the Jalon Valley and Alcalali both the Calpe and Teulada side of town. The historic hill town of Benissa is situated nine kilometers inland from Calpe in the mountains behind the Cabo de Noa. Away from the busy sea, lies the picturesque old town among vineyards, olive and almond groves. There is little tourism and the prices are still very friendly.
The original center of Benissa is authentic. Wrought iron balconies and window bars adorn the houses. Benissa has a stretch. There are beautiful residential areas with luxury villas and apartments. The coastal part of the center separated by a quiet, rural area with rolling citrus groves.
Benissa is situated at the foot of the mountains Bernia at 275 meters above sea level and is one of the oldest villages of the Costa Blanca. The village is full of pleasant surprises. While a quiet stroll through the old, well-preserved heart you find a series of historic buildings and cultural heritage belonging to discover the local history.
Benissa coast wedged between Calpe and Moraira. The transition from coast to Moraira Benissa go quietly. A familiar feature of the border is Pepe la Sal supermarket on the corniche. Like Moraira, Benissa has the same beautiful coast with residential areas with beautiful Spanish villas. But for lovers of a modern villa is now a modest start was made here.