Sitting pretty on the Mediterranean Coast, Benidorm is located in Alicante province of Spain. With Roman and Punic remains, the first human settlements on Benidorm are traced back to 3000 BC. Furthermore, the Moors changed the face of Benidorm, followed by the Christian King James I of Aragon. Blessed with the dry Mediterranean climate, bestowed with shimmering beaches and calendar filled with cultural festivals, Benidorm brims with beach bums, history buffs, and culture vultures. Moreover, the kids go crazy in the thrilling theme parks and wonderful
Cheap All Inclusive Holidays to Costa Benidorm | A Glittering Journey on Spain’s Coast
water parks during Cheap All Inclusive Holidays to Costa Benidorm. Finally, the cosmopolitan Benidorm with glittering skyscrapers and vibrant life captivate one and all on a holiday.
Historical Sightseeing in Benidorm
The present-day Benidorm was born as a fishing village between the two beaches of Poniente and Levante. Meander through the streets of the old town for a fascinating experience of Benidorm’s past indeed. Here, the ancient cannons and La Senoria square make you traverse through the history of Benidorm. Guarding the Ottoman, Barbary and Algerian pirates, many watchtowers are built on the hilltops of the coast. Definitely, the 16th century Morales Tower sitting on Sierra Helada mountains, is a must-visit during Benidorm Holidays. Furthermore, explore the ruins of the 16th century Balcon del Mediterraneo castle and know-how this fortress has guarded Benidorm in the past.
Beach Time in Benidorm
The long golden curves of sand and tranquil blue waters combined with many facilities and comforts, Benidorm Beach Holidays are a joyous ride under the sun. Look at the lovely Levante beach and it tells why the image has crawled on to the covers of several glossy magazines. Here on this beach, immerse in the thrills and joys of skiing, diving, and parasailing. Bordering the Levante beach, the pretty Poniente beach is perfect for kids. And also, the wheelchairs availability make older people to spend peaceful days on this beach. Furthermore, Playa del Mal Pas Beach is a great option for those who love the serine atmosphere on the beach. Finally, take the traditional baths and admire nature at Cala Almadrava beach.
Benidorm Flavors and Aromas
The Benidorm gastronomy is based on fresh fish, seafood and several agriculture products grown inland. The traditional cuisine of Benidorm carries Arabic and other influences. Taste the delicious vegetarian dishes made with rice, red pumpkins, and kidney beans. Alioli sauce made with garlic and olives will enrich the taste of several dishes in Benidorm. Furthermore, a bite of Benidorm stews makes you feel blissful during the Affordable Benidorm Holidays.
Shopping in Benidorm
Undoubtedly, the cosmopolitan and old town of Benidorm offers a great shopping experience. Mostly, buy some leather goods, souvenirs and gifts to take back home and cherish the beautiful days of stay in Benidorm. Further, the street markets in Benidorm offer a great variety of goods and of course with great bargaining during Cheap All Inclusive Holidays to Costa Benidorm.
Getting Around in Benidorm
The city of Benidorm is well connected with several other cities in Europe. One can reach the Mediterranean coast of Benidorm by air, train, bus, car and even a taxi.
The trams connect the regions of Alicante with Benidorm. Hence, visitors can commute with full comfort while exploring this city of festivals and skyscrapers during Holidays to Benidorm.