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Highlights in Benidorm
- Stunning holidays in Costa Blanca
- The balcony of the Mediterranian
- Amazing summer vibes
- Tapas haven for foodies
- Parks and fun attractions
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Holiday rentals and lettings in Benidorm
When talking about Benidorm, the best area to hang around is the waterfront and the areas nearby the beach. Along 6 km of coastline, you will find the perfect holiday rental close to the best shops, markets and restaurants. For lively days and nights, the Old town offers fine dining and endless entertainment. In that area the accommodation is a bit smaller. The relaxed vibe and quiet area is that of Poniente Beach, at its southwestern end. In here the beach is just a few steps away. Enjoy a nice holiday by the sea.Stunning lettings by the Mediterranean
Splendid properties close to the main beaches with private pools and gardens to enjoy with the kids. Have your own private dinner at your terrace and enjoy the morning views you get from it every morning - crystal clear blue waters and fabulous golden sands. Comfortable rooms for groups of 6 people or less. Modern interiors, refurbished properties and brand new rentals to choose from. Enjoy a romantic weekend or celebrate a special occasion with your dearest ones. There is always a reason to get a break by the sea.
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The area and getting around
The Old Town is the heart of the city but still a few minutes away from both Poniente and Levante Beaches not to mention they will be surrounded by historical sites, traditional Spanish eateries and plenty of shops to browse. Rincon de Loix is a very international area close to the main waterparks, where British love to spend their holidays. Levante Beach can be defined as a vibrant zone plenty of good restaurants for the day and a buzzing nightlife that will catch your attention. In contrast to that, Poniente Beach is the quiet area perfect for families and people getting away from the busy centre.Make the most of it!
There is a cultural flair around the city, a romantic feeling when you take a walk along the promenade at sunset. Browse the stalls and shops at the seafront and enjoy the great beaches awarded with the Blue Flag. Spend a day at any of the water or nature parks in the vicinity, such as Terra Natura, or test your adrenaline levels at the ultra fast roller coasters at Terra Mítica Theme Park. Emotion, fun and memories for years to come!
Travellers and activities
Any food lover appreciates the tasty, colourful and varied tapas, the little Spanish appetizers. Get a portion of any hot or cold recipe at the tapas alley in the Old Town. Calle Santo Domingo is a tiny alley lined with tapas bars where to sample some calamares fritos, some Denia red prawns or a great selection of Manchego cheese or jabugo ham. Wash it all down with a good red Rioja or a refreshing Estrella Damm. Some tapa bars offer “pintxos” another form of tapa, spiked with a toothpick on a piece of bread. Do some tapas hopping along Santo Domingo street and indulge yourself. Have a “hoppy” meal!Benidorm for park lovers
Green areas can be enjoyed around the city but fun is waiting for you at the best parks. Adrenaline junkies will have the time of their lives at Terra Mítica, one of Spain’s biggest theme parks featuring blistering rides at breakneck speeds. Families have different options at water parks. To cool off from the hot sunny days in the big wave pool, a relaxing time in the jacuzzi and hilarious fun rides to spend a great day out. In Mundomar though, besides the water attractions you will enjoy the animals in it and you can even swim with dolphins. This is a modern Sealife centre similar to SeaWorld in Florida.
Thanks to the former Mayor Pedro Zaragoza, the ban on bikinis in the 70s was lifted and after that, visitors could enjoy soaking up the irresistible Spanish sunshine ever since!
Top 5 travel tips in Benidorm
Levante and Poniente are the two large beaches you will enjoy in Benidorm. Nevertheless, if you prefer a charming little beach, Mal Pas Cove is your place! In front of the cove there is “L'Illa de Benidorm” (Benidorm Island) with a submerged platform known as “La Llosa”, a rich marine reserve that will delight any scuba diver. The island is also a nature reserve with a vast flora and fauna with some legends explaining the formation and appearance of the triangle shaped islet. Feeling curious? Take a trip there and find out for yourself!2. Find relax and quietness at Serra Gelada Natural Park
To get away from all the city’s buzz, Serra Gelada is a park where to recharge your batteries. Get in touch with nature and let the dramatic scenery mesmerise you. Take in the panoramic views of Altea Bay from the top of the hill and walk around the craggy cliff-tops. Extend your walk to the lighthouse, worth a visit. Get some good walking gear and plenty of water to keep yourself hydrated.3. Take a trip to Guadalest
If you need to have a day away from the sand, Guadalest is a picturesque village perched on rocky mountains. This is a very popular tourist attraction just a 20 minute drive from Benidorm. Back in the day it was only accessible by donkeys although now, the winding road takes you up to this quaint place through pine forests and almond trees, making it a really pleasant journey. Go to the big reservoir, either walking the 50 minute walk or taking a short boat ride. Visit the curious museum of salt and pepper shakers and browse around the many artisanal shops.4. All the roads lead to Low Festival
Spain becomes alive every summer with summer festivals across the country. Benidorm is no exception! Go where music goes live. This 3-day rock and indie pop music festival full of fun, sun and good vibes is held annually at the end of July at Ciudad Deportiva Guillermo Amor. Enjoy live music in a multitude of dedicated spaces and more than 30,000 m2 of green areas and 2 VIP areas with a swimming pool in it! Have an amazing time and unwind in the loving atmosphere.5. Costa Blanca on wheels
Do you like exploring the areas where you are having your holidays? Bikes are the best option in Benidorm. Rent a bike at many of the hire shops around town and get the route maps that show you incredible ways of discovering the stunning Costa Blanca riding on two wheels. Visit neighbouring tiny villages, ancient ruins and impressive Mediterranian landscapes along the way while enjoying the sea views at the same time. And get your camera, we can assure you that you will stop more than once to take a few snaps. Cheese!
FAQs: Holiday Rentals & Lettings in Benidorm
Benidorm is one of the cheapest cities in Spain. For a stay here you will pay around £108.51 per night.
Travellers who want to save as much as possible should travel to Benidorm in February, March, and January the cheapest months of the year, with average prices of £72.44, £75.44, and £86.33 per night, respectively, based on data collected in 2019.
When it comes to looking for a holiday letting in Benidorm, the months when it is most expensive are, in descending order, August, July and September with average prices per night of £167.32, £162.7, and £124.27, respectively.
We recommend you to book in advance in Benidorm as only 43% of the accommodations are available, following the data observed in 2019.
March, May, and April are, in order of highest to lowest, the months that present the the largest number of properties available, with respective average availability figures of 61.2%, 57.25% and 54.75%.
According to data from 2019, the months when it is most difficult to find accommodation in Benidorm are, in order, August (with 23% of available rentals), July (31.5%), and September (31.5%).
In Benidorm we work with 28 different providers to give you a choice of 2900 properties, so you will not be short of options!