In Costa Blanca, Benidorm is one of the most well-known resorts in Spain, where the Blue Flag beaches are enormous and the nightlife is packed with fun.
British holiday makers have been in love with Benidorm since the tourism boom in the 1950s. There’s lots to offer visitors looking for exciting nights out and fun-packed days, and Benidorm’s all-inclusive holidays have huge appeal to families and couples looking for top-rated beaches, warm weather, welcoming kids’ clubs, and fantastic theme parks and waterparks.
Enjoy a different country, a different climate, and a different cuisine, all the while knowing that there are also familiar pubs or restaurants just around the corner.
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While the promenade is purpose-built with tourists in mind, the Old Town maintains an authentically Spanish feel. The maze of cobbled streets takes you past the majestic 18th century Church of San Jaime and all the way to the spectacular ruins of Benidorm Castle. If you’re a fan of Spanish cuisine, in the Old Town you’ll find food markets selling fresh produce and restaurants serving delicious tapas and Spanish delicacies.
Levante Beach lies in the “typical” holiday area of Benidorm, where visitors gather to enjoy the atmosphere and the clean sand. You can find top-quality buffet food in Levante plus the exciting nightlife that Benidorm is famous for, with its bars, British-themed pubs, and nightclubs. There are also plenty of waterparks and shops to browse.
Playa de Poniente is the urban beach lining the more traditional side of Benidorm, and it’s the area to visit if you want to sample the “real” Spain as well as the Benidorm experience. Poniente Beach is rarely as busy as Levante Beach and exploring the promenade makes for a relaxing morning or afternoon. From Levante you can enjoy all that Benidorm has to offer, as the whole resort is close to hand.
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