Hotels in Benidorm
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Paraíso Centro 1 Alquilevante
Benidorm 116 yd from city centre
Free self parking is available onsite. Make yourself at home in one of the air-conditioned rooms featuring kitchens with...
Benidorm 206 yd from city centre
The hotel is just 400 mts away from the Levante beach and the centre of Benidorm is within walking distance....
Apartamentos Amalia By Mc
Benidorm 207 yd from city centre
This apartment complex is located close to the town centre. Links to the public transport network are to be...
Benidorm 251 yd from city centre
Free self parking is available onsite. Make yourself comfortable in this apartment, featuring a kitchen with a full-sized...
Benidorm 257 yd from city centre
This pleasant hotel is wonderfully located in the tourist centre, less than 1 km from the beach. The pulsating town centre,...
Benidorm 279 yd from city centre
The Cervantes has a privileged location in Avenida Europa, approximately 250 metres from Playa...
Benidorm 297 yd from city centre
Located just 5 minutes walk from Levante beach and 12 minutes from the beach Poniente, 300 metres from the old...
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Benidorm is one of the most popular and beloved seaside resorts on the eastern coast of Spain. Part of Valencia’s iconic Costa Blanca, it has transformed from a quaint fishing village in the 1960s to a haven of modern Mediterranean holiday making and nightlife.
Benidorm can be enjoyed by tourists of all ages travelling on any kind of budget. The are cheap accommodations of all types available throughout the area.
Neighbourhoods of Benidorm
Benidorm consists of a number of districts:
- Old Town: This is the central shopping hub of the region, with a mixture of luxury brands and local independent stores offering wide variety.
- Levante District: Here you will find a spectacular stretch of golden sand, one of the best beaches in the whole of Spain.
- Poniente District: This is the home of the other iconic beach in Benidorm, complete with a stretch of cafes and restaurants.
- Rincon De Loix: This is a neighbourhood that is home to a lot of tourist attractions and opportunities including a fun fair, swimming pools, and miniature golf.
What to see and do in Benidorm
You will not find yourself lost for things to do in Benidorm. There is something for everyone from the Aqualandia water park and gardens, to the Mundomar sea life park to the church of Saint James and Saint Anne for some historic culture.
What to eat in Benidorm
There are a number of signature Benidorm dishes. You must make time to sample coca farcida, which is a tomato and tuna pie, San Blas which are sweet buns, and a famous Mediterranean bread pudding called Calatrava.
Typical events and festivals in Benidorm
There is never a dull moment in Benidorm. Some of the best annual festivals include the 3 Kings Procession in January, the Fallas celebration in March and the St Jamie Fiesta in July.
How to move around in Benidorm
Benidorm is a well-connected Spanish resort thanks to public transports such as busses, taxis and trains that provide links around the vicinity and to other towns and cities across the Costa Blanca.
The climate in Benidorm
Thanks to Benidorm’s Mediterranean climate, visitors can enjoy a pleasantly mild to searingly hot time. June and August are the best months for serious beach activity, with an average daily temperature of 32 degrees.
More interesting facts about and sights in Benidorm
Did you know that Benidorm boasts more than 300 skyscrapers? For this reason, it is often likened to Miami, and is sometimes referred to as the Dubai of the Mediterranean!