How to Spend 2 Days in Benidorm
Two days in the beach town of Benidorm give you plenty of time to explore the Costa Brava resort. Relax on the beach, admire the Old Town, or delve deeper into local cuisine. Read on for tips on how to spend 48 hours in Benidorm.
Day 1: Best of Benidorm
Morning: Start your day with a sightseeing tour of Benidorm. Hit the pavement on a private walking tour or cover more sights in less time on a Segway tour. To explore at your own pace, rent an electric bike or climb aboard the hop-on hop-off tourist trolley.
**Afternoon:**You can’t leave Benidorm without spending some time at the beach; take the afternoon to relax on the white sands of either Levante or Poniente Beach. Alternatively, opt for a more active afternoon; go parasailing high above the beach or Jet Ski on the Mediterranean Sea.
**Night:**Treat yourself to a performance at the Benidorm Palace this evening. The theatre and nightclub is home to one of the biggest stages in Europe, where dozens of performers put on Vegas-style cabaret shows.
Day 2: Pursue Your Interests
**Morning:**If you’ve got kids in tow, spend the morning at Aqualandia Water Park or enjoy some of the 25 rides at Terra Mitica. Adventure travelers can go kayaking to the sea caves along the Mediterranean coast, while art lovers can take a day trip to the Lladró porcelain factory near Valencia.
**Afternoon:**Whether you love to cook or prefer to eat, spend the afternoon exploring Benidorm’s local culinary scene. Shop in a market and prepare traditional Spanish paella during a hands-on cooking class, or join a local for a tapas tour of the Old Town.
**Night:**Nightlife buzzes in Benidorm—its home to more than 800 bars.Tick off some of the best on a bar hopping tour. Most tours include excellent views and a cocktail at each venue.