Benidorm Is Easy To Get To From Alicante Airport

Posted on January 16, 2009 @ 2:26 am
by John Bakers

Sightseeing in Benidorm and the Costa Blanca is something you will long remember. Here are some tips to help you plan your trip.

As you know, Benidorm is northeast of Alicante is within easy reach of the airport. Benidorm is the unofficial summer party capital of the Costa Blanca and is always busy day and night. Would you believe Benidorm has 1,000 restaurants and 30 discos?

In such a busy place, where do you start? You have a lot of choices. You can start at the beach. The Playa de Poniente is the easiest to find because it is located on a main road. It is also very busy. If you prefer a quieter spot, go to the Playa de Levante.

If you are traveling with children or are just young at heart, be sure to visit Aqualandia Park, a water park with plenty of waterslides and other water attractions, including an area specifically for the tiniest tykes.

Another great place to go is Terra Mitica, an amusement park with an ancient history theme. Each of its sections is based on a different ancient civilization, which gives a whole new twist on familiar thrill rides.

If you want to get some education on your family vacation, your best bet is Mundomar Aquatic Park which is a great way to see marine animals, such as dolphins, seals, sea longs and even penguins. There is also a children’s play area for the little ones to get their wiggles out.

Eventually you have to eat, but where can you go that’s a little out of the ordinary? Try the Castle of Conde of Alfaz which hosts a medieval dinner complete with a jousting tournament. There are knights in real armor and weapons fighting on horseback while you enjoy a delicious dinner of chicken, ribs and other tasty dishes.

For more modern fare, you can visit Benidorm Palace, which often presents a wonderful three-hour-long dinner show with dancing, singing, comedy and magicians.

To find out the details for any of these sites, go online or consult a travel guide for Spain. A good travel guide will give you hours and locations and may even provide discount rates for you and your family.

These are just some of the many attractions in Benidorm. There is much to experience, it is best to plan ahead. If you plan, you will be sure to do the activities you most want.

Fortunately the weather in Benidorm is always good: The summers are hot and dry and the winters are very mild. There is no bad time to visit the Costa Blanca. You may be surprised to see there is always a contingent of tourists from English-speaking countries here, so language should not be a problem.

Everyone in your family will love vacationing in Benidorm. Once you visit, you are sure to keep coming back.

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