Benidorm is a Valencian coastal town located in the province of Alicante, Spain, along the Mediterranean Sea. Benidorm is one of the most important holiday resortsin Spain, particulary popular with the British, and during the summer its population can rise to over half a million with the help of tourists.
Benidorm used to be a small village, but now stands out for its hotel industry skyscrapers, and many beaches.
Sights and Attractions
Playa de Levante Beach (sunrise beach)
Aqualandia Water Park – This park offers all kinds of water activities for every member of the family. There are cafes and restaurants for eating or snack time, and hammocks or chairs for taking a breather. The water park is an ideal way to keep cool and watch the children have fun.
Mundomar Park – Benidorm’s marine and exotic wildlife park which offers a great close-up view of the most popular marine animals such as seals and dolphins, and has regular shows for great entertainment.
The weather in Benidorm is widely regarded as one of the mildest along the Costa Blanca. This is mainly due the high mountains (about 1600m high) that keep the north winds away, making summer temperatures fairly mild too. The average temperature in the winter hovers around 19 °C.