Welcome to Benidorm

Benidorm tourism | Benidorm guide

You're Going to Love Benidorm

Once known as a package holiday destination, Benidorm has reinvented itself as one of the coolest destinations in Spain. With fabulous beaches, great hotels and restaurants as well as the whole of the Alicante region on your doorstep, what's not to love about Benidorm?

Top 5 Reasons to Visit Benidorm

A popular activity in Benidorm

Day Trip to Guadalest from Benidorm or Albir
Day Trip to Guadalest from Benidorm or Albir
Excellent (4 reviews)
Find activities
Top activities in Benidorm

When to Visit Benidorm

Estimated package price

Benidorm in {1}

2 travellers Flight to Benidorm 3 nights at hotel
Median hotel rate + Median airfare from United Kingdom

Benidorm is one of the most popular resorts on the Costa Blanca, so it can be very busy during peak season from June to late August. Visit from late April to early May or from September to October for less crowded beaches and lower hotel prices.

Average temperatures
Celsius (°C)
When the weather is nice in Benidorm

How to Get to Benidorm

Airports near Benidorm

ALC Alicante
IBZ Ibiza
VLC Valencia

Airlines serving Benidorm

Excellent (26,188 reviews)
Good (64,616 reviews)
Good (21,602 reviews)
Excellent (22,286 reviews)
Good (40,237 reviews)
Good (3,762 reviews)
KLM
Good (3,280 reviews)
Good (25,762 reviews)
Show more

Where to Stay in Benidorm

Book a room at the Villa Venecia Hotel Boutique Gourmet for 5-star luxury or try 4-star hotels like Hotel RH Princesa. High-rise hotels mean fabulous Mediterranean and city views and some of the best include Melia Benidorm, Hotel Cimbel and Hotel Don Pancho.

Popular Neighborhoods in Benidorm

Where to stay in popular areas of Benidorm

Most booked hotels in Benidorm

How to Get Around Benidorm

The Cost of Living in Benidorm

Shopping Streets

Shop for luxury leather goods and clothing in the Mercado indoor market or pick up bargains at the Wednesday and Sunday street markets. Soccer fans should visit the Barcelona FC outlet, while Delfos at the indoor market sells local arts and crafts.

Groceries and Other

Shop for food and other necessities in local branches Mercado or Carrefour. Benidorm is relatively cheap by European standards and you can buy a liter of milk for 0.75EUR or 12 large eggs for 1EUR.

Where to Eat in Benidorm

Sample Spanish snacks in the city's many pintxo bars or visit Amigos Restaurant and Roof Terrace in Calle la Palma for a special meal. A simple lunch will cost 5EUR, while dinner for two with wine will be 60-70EUR.

Other popular cities in Valencia