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Villas in Benidorm
Great Benidorm villas close to the beach
Sunny Benidorm is well known for its mild climate and its beaches. In the area of Levante, a residential and quieter area you will find Benidorm villas near the sea to enjoy a relaxing time during your holidays. Poniente Beach is the second main area, where those looking for accommodation near the old part of town have to look into it. Need more privacy? In La Nucia, on the outskirts of Benidorm, you find secluded and gated properties for a complete oasis of peace and comfort. Villas in Benidorm are always close to the beach and within walking distance of the lively promenade. And if you want to visit more places like Benidorm, the best thing to do is to rent a villa in Alicante and get to know the whole area!
A large villa with a swimming pool and garden
Choose between rural or modern constructions in and around the main city. These villas are ideal for families, children and retired people looking for a relaxing break. The variety in Benidorm is very wide allowing people and groups of all ages to enjoy this fantastic destination. Most villas in Benidorm offer large spaces, enough room for 6 or 8 people, families, groups and couples, although those interested in smaller accommodation may wish to look at the apartments in Benidorm.
Many villas boast features such as:
- Swimming pools
- Manicured gardens
Travellers and activities
Benidorm for party goers
Benidorm has two very differentiated parts. Benidorm is one of those cities where you can find everything related to leisure and nightlife entertainment. Youngsters are drawn in by the appealing range of pubs, clubs and good vibes, making it very popular as a holiday destination, this is why it is so common for groups of friends to look for villas to rent in Benidorm! Playa de Levante is where the main night activity takes place and where you can enjoy the best rhythms and see many TV celebrities dancing the night away and enjoying a break too. From musicals and shows to quieter pubs in the English area, close to the old part of town. However, if you prefer another destination with a good nightlife, we suggest you check out the holiday rentals and lettings in Alicante for afternoon and night-time fun.
Benidorm for quiet and family holiday lovers
Needless to say that Benidorm is not just music and nightlife. During the day, the endless possibilities will make you have a great choice when trying to look for what to do. Adults and children alike can have great fun at the water parks like Aqualandia or activate their adrenaline at the famous amusement park of Terra Mítica, not far from the centre. The beaches are safe and shallow and you can swim, bask in the sun or try some paddleboard, snorkelling and windsurfing amongst others. Rent a family-friendly villa in Benidorm and enjoy every minute of your stay and remember that boredom does not have space here! However, if you prefer a quieter family destination, you may want to check out our villas in Moraira, as it is a holiday destination with lots to do for families.
Benidorm beaches are 100% natural soft golden sand that has not been imported from anywhere as some people think.
Top 7 travel tips in Benidorm
1. Practice some sports in the great outdoors
Benidorm is surrounded by Sierra Helada Natural Park. The mountains are in a protected natural area. The lovely and beautiful scenery is a great outdoor playground for those who enjoy practising cycling, walking and any other outdoor activities. You can organise your own routes or book some experienced tour guides who will offer unique experiences to make the most of this stunning environment.
2. Enjoy the beaches
As we said before, Benidorm is well known for its beaches. Playa de Poniente and Playa de Levante are the largest ones with all the services and enjoy a privileged position so the sun caresses their sand until the sun goes down completely. Playa del Mal Pas is a very small cove that divides the two previous ones, near the port Cala Finestrat is a beach for those looking to get away from the crowds and the noise, a couple of miles from the city. The pretty coves of Almadrava and del Tío Ximo are secluded areas mostly known by the locals, the first one being great for snorkelling and nudism and the latter, at the bottom of Sierra Helada, to enjoy some privacy and tranquillity. There are also good beachfront villas in Benidorm so you won't miss out on any of this natural beauty.
3. Explore the beautiful surroundings
Benidorm concentrates a great number of monuments in the Old Town that you must visit during your stay. St. Ana and St. Jaime church, Castle Square or Benidorm’s Cross. Wander the streets of the Old Town and admire its architecture, and find cute cafes and unique shops for a souvenir or two. Discover the charm of this wonderful city through the main landmarks.
4. Spend a day in Terra Mítica
Excitement, thrill and endless fun are what you can expect if you book a villa in Benidorm and go on a day out in this fantastic amusement park. The park is divided into three main areas - Rome, Greece and Egypt. In each area, you will enjoy exciting roller coasters, street shows like “Spartacus” and lots of fun. So far, the most known ride is the Magnus Colossus. With the ticket to the park, you can also access the water park with water rides based on Spain’s history, Iberia Park. Another place with interesting theme parks is Torrevieja, so if you want you can take a look at the villas in Torrevieja to prepare for your next trip.
5. Enjoy the Valencian rice
Benidorm is part of the Valencia Community and it is well known for its famous paella rice, right? While you stay in any of the holiday rentals and lettings in Benidorm, try their different rice recipes. Some of them are with vegetables, some others with meat, others with fish and surf and turf ones. Most people admit that these varied recipes are far more exquisite that the paella itself! Maybe you can try it and decide which one you like best. Go to Aitona or La Falúa restaurants and indulge in the Mediterranian flavours.
6. A day in Aqualandia
During the summer months we need to fight the high temperatures of sunny Spain. The best way to do so is going to Aqualandia, a great water park with slides, jacuzzis, large swimming pools and areas to rest and have a bite with the family. In fact, they have the Big Bang, the tallest water slide in Europe. This is a great option for those who want to take a dip and spend a fun day in the sun with their little ones. Maybe you also want to visit the water parks in Alicante, then here are our apartments in Alicante.
7. Try a round of golf
The Costa Blanca boasts 15 golf courses so, if you fancy a few swings during your holidays you will always be close to one of them. For family fun, you can play a golf round at Sierra Cortina Pitch & Putt with 18 holes for short games and for beginners to learn the basics of this sport. Alte Golf Club has a driving range and a pilates studio for those who do not wish to play golf and prefer to wait for revitalising your mind and body.
Information about villas in Benidorm
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