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Why go to Benidorm

Benidorm certainly lives up to its reputation as one of Spain’s top party destinations. Renowned for legendary nightlife, pumping beachside clubs and international pubs, a night out in Benidorm only ends when you want it to.

The beachfront is the best place to head for your night of nights. From sunset to sunrise, the taps are flowing, and the dance floors are pulsing. Nurse your hangover with all your home comforts: this may be Spain, but expect to find cafes serving up everything from English breakfasts to fish ‘n’ chips. Then, recover in the sunshine at one of its main beaches – this legendary resort on Costa Blanca sits right in the centre of two sweeping sandy stretches equipped with everything you need for a day on the sand, Playa de Poniente and Playa Levante.

Benidorm holidays aren’t just for all-night revellers, though. This city attracts travellers of all kinds, from LGBTQ+ folk to families. Kids will love its theme parks and water parks, while those seeking culture will enjoy discovering the city’s other side. Set on a hill up, picturesque Old Town is full of whitewashed houses, quaint squares and outdoor tapas bars tumbling along a warren of streets. It’s here that Spanish culture reigns supreme, where small taverns churn out steaming paellas and fresh grilled seafood.

Travel Information


Spanish and Catalan


Euro (€)

Average flight time(from London)

Two hours and 40 minutes

Tips and advice

Is it safe to go to Benidorm?

Benidorm is generally a safe city, although watch out for bag thieves and pickpockets as you would in any big destination. For up-to-date travel advice for Spain, check the Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office.

Do I need to have a visa to go to Benidorm?

No, travellers with a full British passport do not need a visa to go to Benidorm.

How many days do I need in Benidorm?

You can spend three to four days here and see most of what Benidorm has to offer, but you may wish to extend your trip to a week to visit other nearby cities such as Alicante or Valencia.

Are there any local customs I need to be aware of?

Drunken tourism has become a big problem in Benidorm and officials aren’t afraid to hand out fines for disorderly behaviour.

Getting around Benidorm

Benidorm is easy to get around on foot. It’s not necessary to hire a car unless you want to explore further afield, but many of the major cities are linked by bus and train networks.

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