The route of the cliffs starts from the Moraig beach car park, in Benitachell. There, a few meters from where our adventure begins, we will find the Cova dels Arcs and its viewpoint. A few meters from the Cova del Arcs, is what is considered the outlet to the sea of the longest underground water course in Spain. Then we head towards Cala Moraig, on the way we will find several informative signs that we recommend reading. Once at the Moraig fault, we enjoy the views and this great natural monument. The fault seems to hang in the air over a lagoon, which inside houses the underwater entrance to the Blanc River. If we continue with the route, after a few minutes, we arrive at the Mirador de les Morres. From this viewpoint, we have privileged views of the Moraig cove, the Cova dels Arcs, and the Moraig fault. We continue on our way and shortly arrive at the Els Testos viewpoint. From this viewpoint we can see the beautiful cove of Testos and Morro Falquí with a better perspective. Finally, we would have to reach Cala Llebeig, one of the most beautiful coves in the area. We start walking, since there are 1 hours to Cala Llebeig. Along the way we will find some caves, Morretes, Domingo L’Albiar, Toni el Senyalat and Morro de Bou. These caves were used sporadically by fishermen, farmers and also by smugglers. The path runs for the most part along the cliff face and is very easy to follow. Once we arrive at Cala Llebeig, we can take a break and bathe in the crystal clear waters of this cove. As it is a linear route, we return the way we came and we will finish the Route of the Benitachell cliffs.