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Things to Do in Benidorm

A sea of glittering skyscrapers lines five perfect kilometers of golden sand, caressed by remarkably calm, clean seas and thousands of relaxed and slightly sunburned travelers. Welcome to Benidorm, once only a small fishing village and now home to more than 1,000 restaurants, 30 discos, a dozen cabarets, four theme parks, and some 50,000 rooms where you can crash for a few hours, if you absolutely must. Visitors from all over Spain and Europe frequent its beaches and town for the many recreational water sports as well as the restaurants, cafes, and bars located scenically along its waterfront.

Choose your beach, Playa de Poniente to the right, Playa de Levante to the left, where you can enjoy more than 300 days of sunny skies every year. In summer months, it is an absolute bacchanal, though there's always plenty of family-friendly fun as well. Scuba diving in the underwater crevices of the rocky cliffs is also particularly good here.

The town has both modern, tree-lined avenues and a historic old town (casco antiguo) with plenty of pockets for exploring. The old town has a beautiful blue-domed church and scenic streets, while the newer parts of the area boast spectacular nightlife. Both offer great restaurants featuring fresh local seafood. Its promenade, with views of the surrounding sea and hills, is another popular spot for a stroll.
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8 Tours and Activities

Combine fun and education at Mundomar, an animal park in Benidorm tailor-made for families. Learning about the importance of conservation, and get up close and personal with more than 30 different animal species—including lemurs, turtles, parrots, and more—though interactive exhibits, shows, and hands-on encounters.

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Terra Mítica

Explore historic Greece, Rome, and Egypt at the ancient civilisations-themed Terra Mítica, a theme park with an educational twist in Benidorm. Here, history and fun come together with shows and rides suitable for all ages—including big wheels, roller coasters, and log flumes—making Terra Mítica an ideal family vacation stop.

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