A Travel Guide to Benidorm
On the Costa Blanca Coast in the Alicante Province, lies Benidorm; one of the most popular tourist destinations in Southern Spain. This old municipality has turned into a night life haven for millions of local and international tourists over the years. Surrounding its beautiful beaches are state of the art skyscrapers that serve as hideaways for local and international travelers alike. With almost 5 million of tourist visits per year, Benidorm is definitely a location to explore.
Easy access to Benidorm encourages more and more travelers from other neighboring European nations to take a look and experience the warm welcome this municipality has to offer. During the summer months of July and August, tourists from UK, Ireland, Germany and Netherlands flock to Benidorm to enjoy almost unlimited hours of nightlife and partying; the main reason most of these travelers come here for. Moreover, the town council properly takes care of the security and safety of holiday makers as well as to avoid any untoward incidents from happening during these happy hours.
This town has major “blue flag” beaches recognized by the European Union and regarded as some of the most attractive beaches and holiday destinations all over Europe.
Colorful festivities and celebrations also add to the grandeur of this splendid town. Every summer, it celebrates the Benidorm International Music Festival where some of the most famous Spanish singers and celebrities sprung from; such as the likes of Julio Iglesias and Duo Dinamico. Benidorm’s grand theme parks make it a choice destination for families who are looking for a holiday destination where the children can be entertained. Additionally, Benidorm is touted as an absolute shopping haven as there are thousands of fashion boutiques, supermarkets, souvenir shops and designer shops that showcase most of the elegant local products made of high quality leather.
Heavenly gastronomical experiences await travelers in the town center of Benidorm; where a wide array of authentic Spanish dishes are served. Benidorm’s 4 mile stretch of astonishing beaches that boast crystal clear waters, world-class restaurants and cafes along with more than 3,000 hours of sunshine per year, makes it a truly fascinating and captivating location.
There is a wide variety of self catering holiday accommodation in the Benidorm area ranging from both cheap and luxury apartments close to the beack to villas with swimming pools in the surrounding countryside.