Be Charmed by The Spanish Beauty That Is Benidorm on a Private Tour
Benidorm is a seaside resort in Eastern Spain on the Mediterranean coast stretching over 200 kilometres in the Alicante province, part of the Valencia region’s well known Costa Blanca. Be charmed by the Spanish beauty that is Benidorm on a private tour! Once a tiny fishing village until the 60s and now a popular Mediterranean holiday destination famed for its nightlife. Its glorious sandy beaches, Levante Beach and Poniente Beach, are backed by palm-lined promenades, bars and rows of skyscrapers - Savour the moment on a Benidorm beach holiday.
Being one of the world's largest and vibrant resorts, it's the most popular choice with millions of holidaymakers every year in Spain and Europe. The quintessential beach holiday destination as there are lots of things to do in Benidorm from Private jeep safaris and day trips from Benidorm to Ibiza to guided tours to Algar waterfalls and Benidorm bike tours around Costa Blanca's rugged mountains. There is something for everyone in the land of light and fun.
Submerge Yourself Into the Vibrant Nights in the Town That Never Sleeps
The nights in Benidorm are just as fun! With its many bars and night clubs along 'The Strip' of Levante Beach Boulevard, submerge yourself into the vibrant nights in the town that never sleeps! There is something for all ages with cabaret shows at Benidorm Palace and clubs featuring some of the world's top DJs to quaint bars with live entertainment and tribute bands and British/Irish pubs offering neighbourly and sociable nights featuring bingo, live sports and karaoke.
Travel Tips for Benidorm
For Benidorm beach holidays or stag/hen weekends, the perfect time to visit Benidorm is in the glorious summer months when the weather is ideal for fun activities and a fast-paced, energetic atmosphere. The biggest group of visitors in summer are young Europeans seeking beaches during the day and partying through till dawn. For a less crowded and peaceful period, we recommend visiting Benidorm from November to February.
When travelling with children, to stay all inclusive would be better value for your money, however, we would recommend a Self-catering option in Benidorm. The costs for meals and drinks are very cheap with a lot of variety to choose from with many cafes and restaurants serving everything from Indian cuisine to Fish and Chip shops. Predictably, hotel and flight costs are much higher during the summer months compared to the rest of the year.
Tipping when dining out is essential, with a general rule of between 10% - 15%. Watch out for places that included it in their charges when checking and paying your bill. Benidorm is compact enough to be explored on foot, and the Old Town features many pedestrian streets. Public transports such as the bus service and taxis are reliable and cheap but tourists often choose to rent a car or moped for their stay.
In Benidorm, the summers are warm, humid, and mostly clear. The winters are long, cool, windy, and partly cloudy but mostly dry all year round. August is the hottest month in Benidorm reaching an average temperature of 25°C, and the coldest is January at 12°C. The best time to plan your Benidorm holiday for hot-weather activities is from late June to early September.