A unique environment
The city of Benidorm is known as the tourist capital of the Costa Blanca. Spanish east coast bathed by the Mediterranean Sea. It has long and wide fine sandy beaches capable of housing residents and the more than three million tourists that it received each year. If there is something that you will always find in Benidorm, they are leisure and entertainment activities for the whole family. Also enjoy the tasty cuisine of the place and the wonderful Mediterranean climate.
We recommend the following activities ...
The quintessential beach of Benidorm
Our hotel is located on the beachfront of Playa de Levante on the Benidorm coast and one of the best known in Europe. It is a beach in the urban area of the capital and with more than two kilometers of fine golden sand and an average of 55 meters wide. It has all the services to make the most of your day at the beach.
The longest beach in Benidorm
Poniente Beach is the longest beach in Benidorm. It has more than three kilometers in length and an average width of 74 meters. It is also a fairly busy beach, but with a much quieter atmosphere than the neighboring Levante beach. It is located in an area known for its gastronomic routes and its great leisure and tourist offer.
Sandy and rocky cove in a unique setting
La Almadrava Cove is located at the foot of the Sierra Helada. It is only about 100 meters long, which makes it a unique place to get away from the crowds of people and enjoy crystal clear waters and sunbathe on the sand or rocks. It is also an ideal place for those who practice scuba diving or classic diving.
A paradise in Benidorm in Sierra Helada
This cove is also located at the foot of Sierra Helada, but on the north coast. It also combines sand and rock and has wonderful crystal clear waters and a rich underwater life, ideal for diving and snorkeling. It is a very small cove between cliffs, which makes it a unique landscape.
Also known as the island of journalists, Benidorm Island is part of the protected natural park of Sierra Helada, and is a small island off the coast of Benidorm. There are several legends about its origin and history, but what we do know is that you can't miss it if you want to spend a unique day enjoying nature and a spectacular sea bed. You can easily reach the lighthouse, where you will have fabulous views of the Benidorm skyline. The island has no inhabitants, but it does have a restaurant where you can recharge your batteries in a privileged environment. Undoubtedly, it is a small island... but with great things to offer!
Separating the bays of Benidorm and Altea, the Sierra Helada is a 6-kilometre-long mountain range that constitutes one of the nature reserves of the Valencia Community. Its landscape and the varied flora and fauna that it shelters make its ecological and environmental value incalculable, so you cannot miss it on your visit to Benidorm. You will be able to follow different routes while enjoying a unique environment, and be fascinated by the spectacular views you will have from the imposing cliffs of the Sierra.