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Benidorm

Benidorm is a popular Spanish resort and one of the main tourist destinations along the Costa Blanca.
It benefits from a template climate all year round cooled by sea breezes during summer and mild throughout the winter.
It has excellent beaches, wide variety of accommodation, restaurants and many recreational activities that make it a sought after destination with plenty of tourists from all over Spain and Northern Europe.

Benidorm offers endless possibilities: from taking a walk along the promenade, swimming in the crystal clear waters, water sports, a boat excursion to the island of Tabarca, or a wander through Benidorm’s historic quarter. It also offers plenty of sport activities like scuba diving, water skiing, windsurfing, sailing, and more along with golf opportunities as there are several championship courses around.

It is one of the biggest Costa Blanca´s tourist centres due to its local cultural festivals, great Mediterranean cuisine, its fine sand beaches, crystal waters and its privileged climate with around 325 sunshine days per year.
The most popular beach is Levante beach as it is one of the most beautiful in the area with 2 km of a busy promenade filled with terraces and restaurants that offer great views to the Mediterranean Sea.

Benidorm is also well-known as a full of fun location as it is a happy and festive town with a fantastic night life but it also offers charming gardens and secluded coves with plenty of calm and tranquility.
The outskirts of Benidorm are of great natural beauty. To the north, the terrain becomes rough, with sierras and cliffs all the way to the sea. In this setting lay the towns of L’Alfàs del Pi, and Altea.
In addition, next to the Peñón de Ifach Nature Reserve is the town of Calpe, a harmonious place that has managed to combine the conservation of its monumental heritage with its increasing tourism market.