Benidorm is the biggest choice of the millions of holidaymakers every
year located 40 km. on the north of Alicante. The %60 of the tourists coming to
the Valencian region and %80 to the
chooses Benidorm for their
Costa Blanca holidays.
It is Costa Blanca’s major beach holidays resort and continues to be the
Attractions, Things to Do & See in
The white coasts are excellent that enables Benidorm to be a resort built for
holidaymakers’ pleasure. Catering mainly for the British tourists, the
beachfront of the resort is lively with variety of restaurants, bars, cafes and
shops. Benidorm is also famous with its skyscrapers that allow everyone to have
a great sea view.
There are more than 7 km. of breathtaking beaches with crystal clear waters. The
excellent Levante beach and Poniente beach, which is quieter, are
the best beach holiday spots for Costa Blanca. The city’s Old Quarter
sits on a promontory, which is separating the two famous beaches of Benidorm.
There is a wide range of water sports activities to choose from such as
waterskiing, diving and parasailing. The beachside promenade is popular with the
beachgoers and water sports lovers.
The Aqualandia water park is one of the best attractions to take both for
the kids and adults to enjoy a fantastic day out. Mundo Mar is another
option to see the marine life.
The nightlife in Benidorm is amazing as well. There are hundreds of bars
and discos to choose from.
The Cerro Canfali headland in the company of narrow lanes and alleys,
whitewashed and decorated with blue tiles, converges in the light-filled
Balcón del Mediterráneo belvedere. It is an ornamental motif repeated along
the balustrade that graces stretch of the city’s seafront. The main shopping
streets where fashion items, handicrafts and souvenirs can be purchased are
located in the city’s Old Quarter.