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Several companies, such as Beniconnect Transfers, offer a handy, reliable airport transfer service that will drop you off right outside your hotel. These services run day and night and will ensure you get back to the airport in time for your return flight.
Alternatively, you could get a taxi, but bear in mind that airport transfers are a much cheaper option.
If you fancy catching the bus to Benidorm, a regular service connects the airport with the city’s bus station and Avenida de Europa bus stop in the centre of Benidorm.
Benidorm is also connected to Alicante via the FGV railway line, with trams (yes, trams!) running at least every half an hour between Benidorm and Alicante.
Once you’re in Benidorm, you’re laughing. The city is served by a frequent local bus service and the journeys are cheap as patatas fritas.
You pay one flat rate regardless of journey length, so you could travel to the beautiful little town of Altea, which is 20 minutes away, for the same price as going one stop. If you think you’ll be using the bus a lot, you can buy a pre-paid pass (known as a bono), which gives a small discount off each fare.
The city is flat and easy to walk around, plus you can hire a bike from numerous automated racks dotted around. There are plenty of bike hire companies too, if you’d like a broader range of bikes from which to choose.
For venturing outside the city, you can catch a train from Benidorm to Alicante in the south, or Dénia in the north, stopping anywhere along the stunning coastline. The Costa Blanca really is your oyster.
Car hire is an excellent idea, whether it’s for pootling around Benidorm and its outskirts or making daytrips away from the skyscrapers. Your options are plentiful and cheap; find out more on our Benidorm car hire page.