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Apartamentos Benicasim 3000
Benicasim 2.8 mi from city centre
Because of its good location, in the immediate surroundings all the necessary services can be found to enjoy your holidays...
Apartamentos Riviera 3000
Benicasim 3 mi from city centre
These apartments are very closed to the venue where the majority of Benicassim festivals are held, such as the Sunsplash,...
Benicasim 1,136 yd from city centre
Hotel Vista Alegre is 350 metres from Voramar Beach in Benicàssim on the Costa del Azahar. It has an outdoor pool and rooms...
Rooms Boutique Benicasim
Benicasim 177 yd from city centre
Located in the historic centre of Benicassim, Rooms Boutique Benicasim is an 8-minute walk from Almadraba Beach. Each air-conditioned...
Hostal Boutique Beni
Benicasim 115 yd from city centre
Take in the views from a terrace and make use of amenities such as complimentary wireless Internet access and tour/ticket...
Benicasim 637 yd from city centre
Featuring free Wi-Fi, an outdoor pool and a terrace, Hotel Bulevard is set in a quiet area of Benicàssim and a 10-minute...
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Located in the province of Castello on the Costa del Azahar in Spain, Benicassim is one the most beloved beach resorts in the country. With the Desert de Les Palmes mountain range inland of the resort, there is stunning and extravagant scenery on either side of the beach divide.
With a resident population of around 18,000, the bulk of Benicassim’s economy relies on tourism, and the town has cultivated a reputation for excellent beaches and music festivals that make a splash every year.
One of the biggest factors in the popularity of Benicassim is the availability of cheap and adorable hotel accommodation across the town throughout the year.
Neighbourhoods of Benicassim
Benicassim consists of three distinct areas
- Geographical Areas: The three areas are the town centre, the coastal area (Las Villas), and the Desert of the Palms.
- The Town Centre: The tourist infrastructure is centred on the main street Calle Sant Tomas which is home to bars, cafes, restaurants, perfume shops and ice cream parlours.
- Las Villas: Benicassim boasts a number of Blue Flag quality beaches for visitors to enjoy, including Voramar, Heliopolis, Torreon, Almadraba and Els Terrers.
- Desert of the Palms: Though not a literal desert as the name might suggest, this is instead an area of nature just inland from the beach. It contains a small mountain range that boasts a maximum elevation of 729 meters.
- Via Verde: This is a 5.5km long cycle path that runs between the coastline and the resort towns of Benicassim and Oropesa. It provides a perfect scenic route for tourists wanting to get out in nature.
What to see and do in Benicassim
Some of the biggest and best attractions you will find on your visit to Benicassim include the Aquarama amusement and water park, the Museo Bodegas Carmelitano which is a local winery, and the Ruta de las Villas which is one of the town’s oldest and most significant landmarks. Other landmarks are the neoclassical parish church and the Fuente del Señor fountain.
What to eat in Benicassim
Benicassim is a destination that offers a number of interesting local cuisine options. Some of the dishes that visitors should be make the effort to find and try include seafood medleys that contain prawns, mussels, sardine and octopus, tortilla which is a large type of egg omelette, and jamon y queso which is a selection of local meats and cheeses on a platter.
Typical events and festivals in Benicassim
There is always an event or festival to attend in Benicassim no matter what time you plan your visit. Some of the most popular occasions in the calendar include the San Festival of music that is staged around Easter time, the Flamenco Fusion Gastro Festival which is a celebration of traditional flamenco and regional food every May, and the Theatre Reclam which takes place every November and offers a large number of performances in all genres from dance to drama and more family-oriented shows. The biggest event eclipses them all and this is the world-famous Festival Internacional de Benicàssim, the music festival that takes place in July and is Spain’s equivalent of Glastonbury and Coachella.
How to move around in Benicassim
The best and most recommended way to get around Benicassim is by using the well-connected and frequently running local bus network. The tourist areas of the city can all be navigated easily on foot for relaxed daily exploring, but the buses are a great option if you want to journey a little further afield. There is also a thriving taxi service for those who don’t want to have to rely on timetables that might not fit their schedule.
The climate in Benicassim
Benicassim is a location that experiences a mild to hot climate all year round. With average temperatures of 11 or 12 degrees in the winter and 28 to 29 degrees in the summer, it never gets truly cold in the region. Those seeking out the best possible weather for their annual vacations will want to think about visiting the city between the months of June and September.