Bustling Resorts and Beautiful Beaches

Benidorm was once a small fishing village along the stunning coastline of Spain’s beloved Costa Blanca. Since then, it has grown into a major holiday destination. Benidorm holidays draw countless visitors each year. This is a pristine example of the sleek, sun-soaked resort experience with amazing beaches, blue waters and a charming old town giving Benidorm holidays their own unique flavour.

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Things to do in Benidorm
There’s a lot to see and do in Benidorm and it’s full of surprises. Venture across the water to Benidorm Island, a symbol of the area with mythic connotations. Sports lovers will find plenty to keep them happy, too. Go for a round of golf or take to the seas for some water sports. Escape the skyscrapers with a day trip to some of the top destinations near the Costa Blanca. The nearby coastal town of Altea is a charming jumble of white buildings on a hilltop with a historic town. Guadalest is a spectacular cliff-top town like something from a bygone era and Alicante is a great day trip too. Get away from the urban flavour of the main area with a hike to Sierra Helada and its rocky coastal park.
The Other Side of Benidorm
Beyond the beach and the resort lies a place full of history and surprising cultural quirks. The area has quite a rich history. The old town is a well-preserved remnant of Benidorm’s past identity as a small fishing village. Sample some authentic local food and see sights like San Jaime Church. Tapas Alley is a street entirely composed of tapas restaurants and the Aurerra is a great place to find some delectable cuisine. The Old Town is also a great place to do some shopping. The Placa del Castell’s chessboard tiles are striking, as is the history of this area which was once the site of a castle. Now you can go down to a popular viewing platform called the Balcón del Mediterráneo. And why not see the spectacular rock formations of the Canelobre Caves, guided tours are informative and fun.
Nightlife & Food
Benidorm holidays are legendary for the nightlife thanks to its long life as a major tourist hotspot. People come for here for a good time and it really shows in the resort’s massive range of pubs, clubs and bars where you can find holidaymakers partying till the wee hours. Benidorm might not be known as a foodie destination but you can still find enough options to keep everyone happy. Thanks to the huge numbers of international visitors that make their way here each year, Benidorm holidays offer a wide range of dining options for a truly international experience. Try homey comfort food, or Chinese, Thai, Indian, Italian, French and so much more.
Benidorm for Families
Benidorm is a top Spanish destination for families, with enough activities and family-friendly things to do. Start with the classic day at the beach then explore all the resort has to offer. There are a range of parks to visit, from thrilling theme parks to fun water parks perfect for a family splash-around. Mundomar is a wildlife park where you can visit the animals at the zoo and see fun shows. Benidorm is home to one of Spain’s biggest theme parks in the Terra Mítica, a thrilling land inspired by the ancient civilisations of Rome, Greece and Egypt. Try all of its roller coasters and rides. Then splash around in Aqualandia, the perfect family-friendly water park. Benidorm also offers a range of family-friendly resorts that cater to kids and adults alike.

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