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Benidorm is a city in the province of Alicante in eastern Spain on the Mediterranean coast. Once a tiny fishing village until the 1960s
when it became a popular Mediterranean holiday destination. Its two wide sandy beaches, Levante Beach and Poniente Beach, are backed by palm-lined promenades, bars and rows of skyscrapers. It boasts many kilometres of fine, clean sandy beaches, safe swimming waters and great attractions. Before we get into the top 10 things to do in Benidiorm, we’ve included links in the description to various discount codes and links to resources of things to do, so make  sure you check those out.

10) At number 10 is Mundomar Benidorm
Mundomar is an animal theme park inhabited
by aquatic animals such as dolphins, penguins
and sea lions as well as tropical birds.
There are large enclosures and each species
lives within an area closely resembling its
natural habitat.
With many regular shows and demonstrations
to see, the dolphin show is definitely the
highlight of the day dazzling the audience
with a synchronised display.
There are also special experiences such as
meeting with dolphins face-to-face or swimming
with sea lions, these are very popular so
it’s advisable to book in advance.
9) Number 9 is the Benidorm Old Town
Benidorm Old Town is a completely different
world with a great chance to dive into some
authentic Spanish culture and history.
Walking is the best way to explore the Old
town area and the whole place is bursting
with character and charm.
Begin by wandering around the maze of narrow,
cobbled streets and discover shops, cafés
and pubs tucked away in little side alleys.
The blue-domed church and rows of white houses
help the Old Town keep that authentic feel.
8) At number 8 Take a trip to Benidorm Island
Benidorm Island is a small island and nature
reserve and makes a great excursion for the
whole family.
The boat ride out from Levante Beach is half
the fun, putting the size of Benidorm into
context.
On the island there’s a small café, but
the best thing to do is to take the short
hike to the top of the hill for splendid views.
7) Number 7 is La Cruz de Benidorm
The cross, to the west of Benidorm, was replaced
with a permanent monument in 1975 when the
old one was blown away in a storm.
Situated at the top of the Sierra Gelada Natura
reserve, the views from the cross are spectacular
both day and night and it is well worth a
visit just to see the stunning scenery across
Benidorm and the surrounding area.
6) At number 6 is church of Saint James and
Saint Anne
The Church of ‘Saint James,’ is dedicated
to the patron saint of the town, is set at
the very top of the Old Town on a hill called
Canfali.
It is a Neoclassical building, built in the
18th Century with a typical blue Mediterranean
dome.
It’s lovely interior has a Latin cross layout
with a central nave and small side chapels.
5) Number 5 is Aqualandia Benidorm
Aqualandia Benidorm is one of Spain’s oldest
and best water parks.
It opened in 1985 and continues to grow with
new rides and amusements added almost every
season.
Some of these can break records, like Big
Bang, one of the tallest water slides in Europe,
while the Vertigo sends riders hurtling to
the splash pool at immense speed.
The wave pool at Aqualandia is gigantic, with
enough room for thousands of swimmers at one
time.
Aqualandia is one of the best days out in
Benidorm for all the family.
4) At number 4 is Poniente Beach
Poniente Beach is generally quieter and more
family oriented than the bustling Levante
beach.
The golden sandy beach is cleaned every day
and there is safe bathing with lifeguards
on watch.
This beach has received a lot of investment
in the last few years, with a network of boardwalks
making it accessible to wheelchair users.
3) Number 3 is the Sierra Helada Natural Park
The Sierra Helada nature reserve, which is
stretched across the mountains and cliffs
around Benidorm, has several hikes that are
suitable for all abilities.
There are well signposted hiking trails, including
a stunning cliff walk and another that leads
to the Benidorm Cross at the top of the mountain
for some tremendous views.
2) At number 2 is The Balcony of the Mediterranean
The Balcony of the Mediterranean, also known
as the Benidorm overlook, divides two beaches
and offers a great view over the sea.
In the past it was part of the fortress built
to defend the people from pirate raids, afterwards
the castle was abandoned, and today visitors
may only see the remains of the walls on the
rocks and the viewing point which is also
known as “The Balcony of the Mediterranean”.
1) And at number 1 is Terra Mítica
One of Spain’s biggest and most famous theme
parks is right next to Benidorm.
Its three areas are inspired by ancient civilisations
and feature huge rollercoasters, exciting
rides and all kinds of live performances including
choreographed street shows.
Visitors can shoot lasers at monsters in the
Minotaur’s Labyrinth, get drenched on the
thrilling Fury of Triton or relax in the terraces
of the Fountains of the Nile.
With so much to do and see Terra Mítica there
is something for everyone.
So that sums up our top 10 things to do in
Benidorm, we hope you enjoyed, if you did
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Extremely beautiful live broadcast – Poniente beach, the largest sandy beach and the Blue Flag holder, located in the best Spanish resort of Benidorm. The webcam covers a large picturesque panorama of the entire Poniente beach, thanks to its location on the Torre Dorada Hotel. The Poniente beach, about 3 km long, lies between the Levante and La Cala areas