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Benidorm Holidays

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Destination Benidorm is a real beast of a beachside resort. With a Blue Flag beach (Blue Flag basically means the beach is A grade), warm waters and buzzing nightlife, this resort is ideal for those who want to party, eat and sunbathe. The amount of British speaking restaurants and bars probably outweighs the Spanish ones, but come on, can you imagine singing your favourite karaoke song in another language? Let’s get this clarified early on, a holiday to Benidorm will not guarantee you an authentic Spanish experience. However, if you’re looking for some sun which isn’t going to cost an arm and a leg, then we are certain you will love it here. Who needs culture anyway? Go buy a book if you want culture.

Spend most of your day at the Playa de Levante beach and enjoy swimming in the warm waters - this beats Cornwall beach any day or the week. For the active types, try your hand at kite surfing on the east side of the beach. In the evening, head to English Square where the nightlife is wild. KM is the biggest nightclub in the resort and will let you party hard into the early hours.
For Singles

When: Peak season is going to be crowded with large groups and families, so maybe save your Benidorm extravaganza until September. The weather will still be great.

Where: The Old Town section is quieter than the main hub of the English Square, but close enough so you don’t miss the action.

Why: If you’re looking to explore Spain, then maybe drive straight past Benidorm. But, if you’re looking for a cheeky hook up on your getaway, then get down to a bar and strike up a conversation.

For Groups

When: If you’ve got your party pants on, then you may not be awake during the day to enjoy the beach. But, July is the best month if you’re planning to ogle at fitties in their swimwear.

Where: Stay as close to English Square as you possibly can; you do not want to get lost on the way back in the early hours.

Why: Benidorm is always voted one of the top destinations for stag and hen parties. The beer is cheap and the bars are up to accommodating large groups of rowdy Brits. Go make your mark.

For Couples

When: It’s going to be party central in the summer months. If as a couple you’re still full steam ahead for a Benidorm holiday, then head visit in the spring when the atmosphere is less hyper.

Where: The Old Town is better suited to couples who fancy a bit of piece together. Head to Poniente beach in this area, which is quieter than the town’s main coastline.

Why: Unless you and your partner want to dance on table tops together and neck the drinks back, then maybe this resort isn’t for you. That being said, can you resist glorious sunshine and some cheap, yet fabulous food and drink? No, us neither…

For Families

When: By going in the peak season (July and August), all attractions will be running, including the zoos and theme parks. You also won’t annoy the school teachers by taking the kids out during term time.

Where: There are plenty of family-friendly hotels located in the centre of Benidorm overlooking the sea. If you fancy somewhere much quieter, then the small town of Albir is only a stone’s throw away.

Why: There are plenty of kid’s shows on to keep them entertained, while you sit at the back with a well needed cocktail/pint/vodka shot.

Weather Even if you think British Benidorm would be your worst nightmare, you cannot argue with the fact that the weather is pretty great. The Mediterranean sun is priceless and will give you that awesome tan - just watch out for the lines. The hottest time to go is in August with an average temperature of 25C. However, if you fancy going when it’s a tad cheaper, say in June, the average temperature is still a whopping 21C.
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What to expectIn peak season, expect the resort to be bursting with British tourists from families with screaming children to rowdy groups of lads and lasses. But rest assured that everyone comes to Benidorm to have a good time. Take a trip out of the city to the nearby Terra Mitica theme park, which makes a great day out if the beach is too busy. The evenings are vibrant and the laughs you will have are priceless.
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