The apartment 'Acintur Mediterráneo' is located directly at the well-known, flat and childfriendly Levante beach of Benidorm. From the sunny balcony you have a nice view at the Mediterranean Sea. The apartment has 1 complete bathroom with bath, and an extra toilet in the hall. A porter is there every day.
Luxury apartment in picturesque village of Sierra Cortina surrounded by fantastic views of Lavente Beach & the mountains. Furnished to a high standard for up to 4 persons. Family friendly location with gated, 24 hour security.
Parque Torresol is a 19 floors building of apartments builded in 2007. Situated in the main center of the Levante Beach. With a perfect location to have a relaxing holidays in a place out of the typical noice of the touristic areas but near of everything. The residential have three lifts, private car parking and the apartments are full air conditioned. Now we also offer you full satellite TV with all the UK channels: BBC1 (all series) - BBC (all series)- ITV - CHANNEL 4 - FILM4 - MORE4-1 - E4+1- CITV-ITV4- etc.
Casa de Sueños is located between lively Benidorm and the beautiful town of Finestrat nestled in the mountains. With 2 double bedrooms, 1 twin room and 1 very large underbuild room that can be used as a TV/Games room during the day and a 4th bedroom with 2 sofa beds at night, this villa is perfect for 1 or even 2 families to share. There's plenty of family fun and entertainment with a large (child friendly) swimming pool right outside your front door. Large private landscaped gardens and plenty of sun terrace space for sun-bathing or al-fresco dining.
Our home is very well suited for families of all ages. Our swimming pool, outside kitchen BBQ area and garden are very secure being gated in every section offering peace of mind if adult supervision is required. Ideal quiet area offering a peaceful holiday but conveniently positioned to indulge in all that Benidorm has to offer. Our home is fully double glazed with fly and mosquito nets fitted on all windows. 1 x ceiling fan is fitted in the lounge. We have a large plasma TV with full HD British TV & DVD player. In the main double bedroom there is a large TV with all British channels. In one of the twin bedrooms there is a small flat screen TV/DVD player which has all the UK channels. We also have mains gas so there is constant hot water.
We are only a short distance from Altea famous for it's beautiful church and artist's.
This lovely apartment is in Pintor Sorolla building. It is the 14 Th. floor with great sea views of the Poniente beach – two minutes to the beach and promenade (bars, restaurants and shops), 5 mins to La Cala beach and 10 mins walk to the Old Town.
Luxury , 2 bedroom apartment with shared pool and well kept gardens in Cala de Finestrat, the apartment is in a quiet retreat only 10 minutes from busy Benidorm, 2 minutes from local shops, bars. Situated on the 1st floor of the Panorama complex with security entance into grounds, it has lift and wheelchair access. Sleeps 4, plus there is a fold away cot if required. Wih the beach only 500m away, you are ideally placed to enjoy your Mediterranean holiday to the full!
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This large, modern, tastefully furnished apartment is situated in a quiet residential area of Benidorm. It combines privacy and security with ready access to all the most popular amenities. With excellent, facilities and a fantastic view of the sea, it is an ideal base for fun and relaxation. The apartment is situated to the side of Finestrat mountains with the most exhilarating views of Benidorm and Villijoys well worth the walk.
Benidorm has been one of the most popular tourist destinations in Spain since the 1960s, and with very good reason. Located in the Alicante province, Benidorm used to be a sleepy fishing village but these days it is the fifth most populated town in the western Mediterranean part of Spain.
The skyline of Benidorm has changed dramatically since the 1960s and these days you could almost think that you were in the United States due to the number of uncommonly tall skyscraper buildings in Benidorm. Until recently, Benidorm was home to the tallest construction in Spain; the Gran Hotel Bali is an impressive 186 m tall. However, even with the skyscraping apartment blocks and hotels, Benidorm continues to be protected and dwarfed by the massive mountain range that surrounds the town, which is called Puig Campana; and reaches 1406 m at the highest peak.
Benidorm is unusual, in that it is split into two principal areas; each one being fronted by a wide and lengthy sandy beach. The beaches are called Levante and Poniente. The Levante beach part of Benidorm is where you will find the main tourist shopping areas, hotels, restaurants and bars. Poniente beach is far quieter and a perfect option if you would like to holiday in this resort without the hustle and bustle of the Levante.
Things to do and places to visit in Benidorm
Regardless of your age, gender, social and activity preferences, you will never be bored or stuck for something to do in Benidorm.
The town is well known for its vibrant nightlife, ranging from tacky karaoke bars to top-class elegant nightclubs, but there is plenty more on offer. You will find tea dances in many locations with live band music, which is very appealing for the older generation.
Bars range from typical Spanish taverns and bodegas to expat bars run by British, Germans and Dutch, all catering to the needs of their fellow countrymen. There are no end of cabaret acts, stand-up comedians, and nightclubs will host famous DJs during the summer months. It is possible to enjoy a completely different type of entertainment for every night of your holiday in Benidorm, due to the huge diversity of shows and music provided by local bars and hotels. Benidorm Palace is internationally known for its exotic dancers and fine food, so try to keep the night free to enjoy this top-class entertainment.
Daytime attractions include several family orientated theme parks, such as the Terra Mitica, a spectacular park with many attractions and water rides which is less than 10 miles from the town centre. Another favourite for families in Benidorm is a trip to Mundomar, where children can enjoy the exotic wildlife and aquarium. There are scheduled shows with sea lions, dolphins and parrots.
For those who come to Benidorm to relax during the day, you can either laze around on the beach and take a dip in the beautiful warm Benidorm sea, or use the pool provided with your Benidorm accommodation. The majority of Benidorm rentals will have a private pool for the residents of the apartment block, which is typically more peaceful than local hotel pools. Benidorm provides a huge choice of water sports including catamaran sailing, jet skiing, paragliding and scuba diving. An unusual sport that is not seen in many Spanish resorts is the cable ski, which allows you to water ski without a boat. Water sports can be booked from ticket booths along Levante beach.
Exploring Benidorm by foot is quite fascinating. The old part of Benidorm has several museums, as well as cobbled narrow streets with some charming shops selling all types of clothes, souvenirs, local products as well as famous brand names.
Whatever your tastes in food, you are going to be spoilt for choice in Benidorm. The Rincon de Loix, which is located about 5 minutes from Benidorm Palace is home to numerous bars and restaurants owned by British expats that offer plain English food such as Sunday roasts, pies, English breakfasts and sausage and mash. While this might not seem very exciting for those who want to try more exotic foods while on holiday, it is a great option for those holidaying with young children, as they might find the younger children don't take well to unfamiliar Spanish food. For those who want to be more adventurous there are many international and Spanish restaurants that sell Mediterranean food difficult to the region.
A Jeep Safari which explores the mountains and surrounding countryside of Benidorm sets off early every day during the spring and summer season. This will provide you with a view of the city that you would not realise even existed from the lower levels of the town centre.
Lying near the shore of Benidorm is an uninhabited Island that gives the horizon a dramatic central focus point. Known colloquially as Peacock Island, this large protruding rock is now a nature reserve with a protected peacock population. It takes about 30 minutes to reach Peacock Island by boat, and once there you can follow some beautiful nature trails, as well as observe the spectacular Benidorm skyline from this unusual angle. There is a cafe on Peacock Island that offers snacks and a full menu. Those who want a real adventure can take a submarine ride to the island, an experience that children especially will love.
Another day trip you should take advantage of if you have enough time is the Lemon express. For years the Lemon Express referred to a small antiquated train that would take visitors on a 30 mile journey down the coast through dense orange and lemon groves. The train is not running at present, although it may be restored in the future. However, the same journey is covered by minibus. As the attraction for the Lemon express was not the mode of travel but rather the delightful scenery, you will still be able to enjoy the trip as hundreds of thousands of people have done for decades.
How to get to Benidorm from the Airport
The nearest airport to Benidorm is Alicante Airport, and from there you can catch a bus that will take you directly from the airport to Benidorm centre. The journey takes around 45 minutes. Alternatively, there are plenty of companies offering car hire, or you can book a shuttle service at the same time you book your flight. You will find a number of companies offering shuttle services from Alicante to Benidorm online.
Surrounded by high mountains, Benidorm is well protected and even during the winter cold winds are rare. Summertime can be extremely hot as the mountains do not allow for much breeze and temperatures frequently exceed 30°C.
Ideal temperatures can be experienced in June and September, where you are likely to have an average temperature of around 25°C.