Benidorm Holidays offer the best of the Mediterranean, all packaged up in one location. Sandy beaches with an impressive skyline as a backdrop, white knuckle rides, water and nature activities, and a vibrant nightlife, Benidorm ticks all the boxes.
Here are some ideas on how what to do on your Benidorm Holiday:
Swimming and watersports
The Playa de Levante is the main beach in Benidorm. The establishments on the beach offer activities such as paragliding and water skiing, and of course there are numerous restaurants, cafes and fast food establishments. Don’t forget the scuba diving activity where you can see the real beauty of Benidorm’s underwater treasures.
Poniente Playa is also Benidorm’s very popular Blue Flag beach, it is more relaxed and a family friendly area than Levante Playa. It is now easier to get in the beach front and take in the scenery by their newly built promenade that is also the location of a number of shopping and dining stalls.
Despite being known as “Manhattan of Spain” or “Beniyork” for its impressive modern skyline, there is a small historic city centre in Benidorm.
Benidorm is a family favourite holiday destination for good reason. There are plenty of amusements parks to visit during your stay. Terra Mitica Amusement Park, Mundomar Park, Aqualandia Water Park and Terra Natural Animal Park are just a few of the numerous parks that Benidorm offers.
Terra Mitica Amusement Park is a theme park featuring thrill rides including the large rollercoasters in a Mediterranean civilization theme. If you are not ready for that ride then you can opt for other parks. It is a great place for families and young groups.
Mundomark Park offers a Sea World experience. The park has a rainforest exhibit that is a home to monkeys, lemurs and other animals. They also have dolphins, seals and other aquatic life.
Aqualandia Water Park that has pools and waterslides. If you want to have a meal, the park has restaurants, cafes and concession stands.
Terra Natural Park is an outdoor zoo which features animals in large habitats such as elephants, hippos, and monkeys. It is 3 miles away from the city.
Have an unforgettable experience through downhill biking from the highest mountain of the Costa Blanca, Aitana. While you are busy biking down the 35 km all downhill tarmac roads, you will be taking in the sites of scenic villages, fruit plantations and fantastic views until you reach the town of Orxeta.
Daylong Jeep Safari
Take a ride with a guided tour jeepney and experience a ride taking in the scenery of mountains, valleys, canyons, hidden away villages, a turquoise reservoir, and a jungle like riverbed.
Take a Swim at the Algar River
The Algar waterfalls is a popular swimming spot just outside of Benidorm, making for a refreshing alternative from your daily sea swim.
Castillo de Biar
A military fortress since 13th century
The Castillo de Santa Barbara
A castle fortress dating from the 9th century.
Known as the “Eagle’s Nest”, a historic village located in the Sierra de Altana Mountains.
Take your Benidorm Holiday now and experience a great Spanish holiday.