Beaches big and small
The resort clocks up 6km of luxuriously golden, sandy beaches, with the two largest being lush Levante and the slightly quieter Poniente. If you want something a bit more secluded, there’s a small stretch at the foot of the Old Town or La Cala at the end of Poniente. Some are even ideal for snorkelling!
Fun for everyone
From beach playgrounds to thrilling theme parks and waterparks, Benidorm is great for keeping kids – and adults – amused all day, every day. And if it’s nightlife you’re after, there’s a smattering of neon-lit clubs, Brit-pubs, discos and cabarets never failing to thrill in Benidorm Square. Don’t miss the many music events and concerts that take place here, plus the Elvis Festival in April, Pride in September or the fiestas in November!
A town of two halves
The bold nature of this resort is pretty familiar, but skyscraper-studded Benidorm actually started as a village, despite its current nickname of ‘Little Manhattan’. The quaint Old Town nods to its roots. Take a wander there and you’ll find cobbled streets, the blue-domed Church of San Jaime and tucked-away shops and tapas bars that paint a local picture.