La Fossa Beach, also known as Levante beach, is one of the main beaches of Calpe. It spans almost 2 km and is located in the most cosmopolitan area of Calpe between the Punta de Bassetes and the Peñón de Ifach (nature reserve). This beach forms a wide bay and is one of the most bustling beaches in Calpe with fine golden sand, and a wide range of services and facilities including access for the disabled, red cross, children's playgrounds, sports areas including tennis courts and bowling green, restaurants, camping, lifeguards, beach umbrellas and hammocks and parking. There are showers situated on the promenade seafront. Along the pedestrianised promenade which borders the entire length of the beach are numerous bars, restaurants, ice-cream stalls and a wide range of shops. When the sun goes down there is a lively nightlife here. La Fossa Beach also becomes an improvised cinema during the summer nights. It has a Blue Flag, the prestigious, international award scheme which acts as a guarantee to tourists that a beach or marina they are visiting is one of the best in the world. La Fossa beach is well suited for sailing, windsurfing and beach sports.