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7 bedroom villa with private pool in Benidorm, Costa Blanca
August 2019

When first looking at the location on the map it seemed a bit away from the areas we usually stay in, but this is not the case, the location on the Villa is perfect, its a nice walk down the hill to the old town to the beautiful coved beach Cala del Mal Pas or head right to Playa de Poniente Beach, a short taxi ride to Benidorm square is 7-8 euros and see nice bars and restaurants along the way, there is local parks nearby and local Market and Supermarkets a few minutes walk. We were met at the Villa by Manuel who was very helpful in showing us around the place and answered any questions we had. The Villa has many bedrooms and a large living room and kitchen area with all the amenities you need. The balcony has 270 degree views of the sun morning till night. A Beautiful private garden area with private parking and a clean pool and area with seating to dine at night with amazing views. Fran the host was easy to contact and very helpful in accommodating our early arrival and late flight. Our Family loved this Villa and will definitely be back. The Maguire's, Salford

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Renter: Wayne
Wayne Family from Manchester , United Kingdom
3 bedroom apartment rental in Benidorm, Costa Blanca, with swimming pool
May 2019

Great location, very clean foyer & lifts. Apartment was large enough for 6 people with excellent views out the windows & off the balcony. No table on balcony as not enough room ( long & thin ). Not enough keys & had to keep checking / asking for keys off each other.

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Renter: Andrew P.
Andrew P.
1 bedroom studio to rent in Benidorm, Costa Blanca
April 2019

I could not take it out after 9 pm and I had to take it with me on the trip the next day in the morning, it is not practical that we have that little flexibility to take out garbage

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Renter: Fabio J.
Fabio J.
3 bedroom Benidorm holiday apartment rental
April 2019

Large apartment on top floor of block, stunning views from enclosed balcony. Good location, near all the nightlife and restaurants. Paid €60 for a late check out, but worth it. Would definitely stay here again, we had a great holiday.

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Renter: Francis P.
Francis P.
3 bedroom Benidorm holiday apartment rental with swimming pool
April 2019

We had a fantastic time in our apartment. There was everything there that we needed and such a beautiful place it was. Situated in an amazing spot just a minute walk from the beach. The only downside was there was no water in the swimming pool but we were ok as the beach was so close. Would definitely book it again and recommend it to friends

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Renter: Marlene D.
Marlene D.
3 bedroom holiday villa in Benidorm, Costa Blanca, with private pool
April 2019

I hired the house for four days and it was perfect for our needs. Plenty of facilities to make your own meals, WiFi, air con and a nice small pool. Although the thermostat was broken meaning the pool was very cold, not help be awful weather. Overall we enjoyed the house and it was in a great location.

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Renter: Michael H.
Michael H.

Travel guide


Formerly a humble fishing village, Benidorm in the province of Alicante has flourished into a vibrant, skyscraper-adorned tourist resort, popular for its energetic nightlife, pristine coastline and pleasant climate. Situated 60km east of Alicante airport, it has been dubbed as the 'Dubai of the Mediterranean', attracting over 4 million holidaymakers each year. Our premium apartments and holiday rentals in Benidorm are within easy reach of the resort's main attractions; a stunning beach, lively palm-lined promenade, luxury shopping complexes, seafront restaurants, fifteen 18-hole golf courses and of course, plenty of bars, clubs and pubs.

Getting there

Benidorm is served by Alicante airport, located just 60 kilometres southwest from Benidorm. Flights from the UK to Alicante take between two and three hours. To get the best deals, it is advisable to book flights at least five weeks earlier. Murcia airport also has international flights, but it’s twice as far to Benidorm compared to Alicante. Transfer options from the airport to your accommodation include buses and taxis. Taxis take about 40 minutes to reach Benidorm, and cost between 70 and 80 Euros. Buses take a bit longer, depending on the traffic, but cost considerably less. You can even book cheap return bus tickets from Alicante to Benidorm with Alsa.


Nestled between two sandy bays, Benidorm is home to plenty of beaches with Blue Flag status; the two main ones being Levante beach and Poniente. Both offer an array of water sports, and their lively metropolitan atmosphere makes them the perfect place to people watch while soaking up some sun. At over 3 km, Poniente is the largest beach, boasting the best sunset views. Levante in the west is where you'll find the liveliest crowds, with diving boards, swinging bridges and a wide, modern seafront promenade brimming with shops and restaurants.


Benidorm is surrounded by several beautiful golf courses. The finest two are Las Rejas and Villaitana. Las Rejas is very well kept and well-groomed. It was founded in 2008 and, having only 9 holes, is not as nearly as large as Villaitana. It’s suitable mostly for beginners and experienced players who want to up their game. Villaitana Golf is over 6,612 metres long with wonderful and well-manicured greens. The course is quite exciting and mostly suited to low handicapped players, however there are alternatives suited to medium and high handicapped players as well.

Location attractions

For a change of scenery, the old town offers a more authentic taste of Spain, with its winding cobbled streets, church of San Jaime, atmospheric alfresco dining and charming whitewashed houses. After sundown, watch the square behind Hotel Marina come to life with crowds looking to let their hair down at the local bars and pubs. If you're looking for a big night out with all the glitz and glamour, you'll want to head to Benidorm Palace. From flamenco shows to magic tricks and live music, there's always something to capture your attention here; or try your luck at Casino Mediterraneo, one of the largest casinos in Spain, between Benidorm and Villajoyosa.

Kids activities

Benidorm is perfect for family holidays and the main reason is there’s tons of activities for kids. First of all, there’s the beach. Kids love sandy beaches, and Benidorm is flanked by two magnificent ones. On the eastern side of the resort there are Aqualandia and Mundomar. Aqualandia is a water park with excellent pools and water-slides for all ages. Due to its size it’s rarely crowded, even in high season. Mundomar is an animal park with an attractive collection of animals. You can pre-book tickets for the park online, which is cheaper than buying tickets on site. Terra Mítica, northwest from the resort, is an amusement park with beautiful ancient world themes and white-knuckle rides. The park also puts up shows and there are fast food stands and restaurants inside to top up your energy levels.

Getting around

The resort is not large; not small either. However, getting around is best done on foot or bicycle. Using any other means of transportation means robbing yourself of the experience of strolling along the charming, narrow streets of the resort. If you’re planning a day trip outside of the resort, then the best and cheapest option would be public transportation or using Alsa. They’re reliable, have regular lines and are inexpensive.

Food and drink

It looks like a bunch of new restaurants crop up in Benidorm with every season, which is good. Benidorm has always had a good restaurant scene and it’s nice to have a variety, from spick and span fast food joints to luxurious restaurants. So whether you prefer sausages and mash, dry-aged beef with Russian salad or just a good old burger and a pint for your meal, the important thing is there’s a choice for every pocket. It’s difficult to single out a restaurant in Benidorm. However, La Falúa definitely comes to mind. The restaurant has been in Benidorm for a while now, collecting praise. It’s near the west promenade of Playa de Poniente and marries a soothing atmosphere with delicious food.


A lot has changed since the 1960s, especially in Benidorm when this was just a small fishing village. Now, it’s grown into a full-size resort with skyscrapers, enormous sand beaches, excellent restaurants, bars and nightclubs that rock late into the night. For a friskier night out, try KU Discoteca or Jokers. Both remain open until small hours and while KU is mostly about loud music and dancing, Joker puts on live performances. And while at Jokers’, another great way to spend the night is a classic pub crawl in English square. It’s got a great choice of bars and drinks are cheap.


Shopping is one of the main attractions in Benidorm, and the resort is brimming with shops and markets and malls and kiosks. The best place to start is the old town. There are literally hundreds of shops there, selling everything from souvenirs to tattoos at very reasonable prices. Stepping out of the old town into Levante or the town centre, you can find upmarket suppliers and more popular brands. Also, there are several bigger supermarkets with cheap groceries. New town is home to an excellent indoor market with great bargains and cafes - Mercaloix. West of Benidorm, when exiting Cala to join either one of the two main motorways is an area with lots of malls and supermarkets, from do-it-yourself stores to car dealers; definitely cheap and worth checking out.

Discover Benidorm

Take a look at our blog posts about where to go in Benidorm and what to do on your holiday in Benidorm.

8 Reasons to go on Holiday to Benidorm now

13 February 2019 Posted in Spain, Destinations

There’s a reason why five million tourists arrive every year to spend their holidays in this Spanish town. What was once a small fishing village until the 1960’s, Benidorm has now risen to become one of the world largest and most vibrant resorts, here’s why!

5 Reasons Why You Should Avoid Benidorm

4 October 2019 Posted in Family Holidays, Spain

Thinking of heading to Benidorm for a holiday? Well, on your head be it...

The 5 Best Bars In Benidorm

10 September 2019 Posted in Spain, Top Lists

Fancy hitting some bars on your holiday to Benidorm? Well here's 5 of the best.

5 Best Irish Bars In Benidorm

15 November 2019 Posted in Family Holidays, Spain

Enjoy good craic at any of these top Irish bars in Benidorm.

5 Best Beaches in Benidorm

10 September 2019 Posted in Spain, Top Lists

The 5 best beaches of Benidorm are here for you to enjoy!

Cheap Apartments In Benidorm

30 January 2020 Posted in Family Holidays, Spain

If you're looking for a cheap apartment in Benidorm then look no further, we've got 7 of the best right here and they have all the things you could want including pools, sea views and locations right in the heart of the action!