We do have this new luxury apartment placed in a beautiful resort, it has 133m2 built with 3 bedrooms (1 ensuite), 2 bathrooms, lounge-dining, American style fully fitted kitchen, utility area and 42m2 terrace with great sea views and pre-installation for Jacuzzi. This fantastic property is provided with aero thermal system for heating water, air conditioning, all equipped with the latest technology applied to comfort, parking place, lift and storage. This luxury resort has been designed for you to enjoy green areas, sports spaces, outdoor and heated pools, jacuzzi, sauna, playground, paddle, gym and all this, with accessibility guaranteed for people with reduced mobility and with the guarantee of living in a protected area for private security. Energy rating: B
Benidorm is the most visited tourist resort on the Costa Blanca coast of Spain.
With great beaches, the Mediterranean Sea to swim in, a busy resort packed with bars, restaurants and clubs, no wonder this is so popular.
With the fifth largest population in the Alicante province, Benidorm is located 45 kilometers northeast of the city of Alicante, and just south of Altea.It is the central destination on the Costa Blanca with it’s dominant skyline sometimes being called the “Manhattan of Spain” due to the high-rise tower blocks. The backdrop to Benidorm is the magnificent mountain range known as Sierra Helada.
Benidorm is certainly a place you will either love or hate as it divides opinion.
Once a small fishing village, it has been heavily-developed though many would claim it as over-developed – but then again it is good to have some resorts that have lots of bars, restaurants and nightclubs.
Yes Benidorm is busy and noisy but that attracts some great entertainers and lots of men and women looking for a good time. If you want a quiet, relaxing traditional Spanish tourist resort there are plenty of other alternatives to go to instead.
Benidorm is a big sprawling metropolis and although there’s no way we would think of living there, we love it!
Clearly it has something going for it as over 4 million visitors come here every year. Many of these are on organised package holidays from Britain where everything is included from flights, airport transfers, accommodation to food and drink (all-inclusive).
If you are looking for a no-frills holiday to Benidorm, a package holiday is usually your best option for finding a cheap holiday deal and is ideal for pensioners and OAP’s looking for some winter sun at a cheap and reasonable price.
If you are not on an organised package holiday you may want to read our page on where the nearest airports to Benidorm are as well as airport transfer options and prices.
With a flying time of about two hours from most Northern European airports, long weekend breaks are becoming increasingly popular. Benidorm represents great value for money compared to other destinations. The price of food and drinks are low due to the amount of competition between bars and restaurants.
Benidorm is rather unique in that it attracts many different segments of holidaymakers, for example many younger people visit Benidorm for the vibrant nightlife and the huge amount of bars, clubs and pubs.
Benidorm also attracts many pensioners and retirees who enjoy the many facilities such as restaurants and shops all very close together within walking distance and all with very reasonable prices.
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