Beaches, idyllic natural scenery, superb cuisine… Benidorm offers the visitor myriad sources of enjoyment. Here are some of the essential places to visit.
Denia Castle is one of the biggest attractions in this city situated in the province of Alicante. Sitting on top of a hill, it observes with great interest the comings and goings of both locals and visitors
Arenal beach, Cap de Sant Antoni, Gerro tower… Here’s our guide to Javea, a stunning town on the Costa Blanca
Visit the marine town of Villajoyosa to see its beaches, monuments and intricate streets. You can also take the opportunity to taste its rich chocolate
San Juan beach is between Alicante and El Campello and countless bonfires are lit on this 6 km stretch of sand every 24 June
Cova Tallada is a real spectacle, as well as a highly recommended excursion in Alicante. Explore its interior and enjoy a day at the beach
Although Levante and Poniente are the most famous beaches in Benidorm, be sure to also visit the Finestrat, Mal Pas and Tío Ximo coves
Cap de la Nau is a unique geographical feature in Jávea with vast cliffs and idyllic hidden coves. Read on to discover its secrets!
Postiguet beach is so loved that it even features in popular songs. Bathing on it or walking along its promenade provides immediate relaxation.
This emblematic space overlooking the sea offers visitors impressive views of the bay and of the Benidorm skyline