Benidorm is located approximately 30 minutes drive north of Alicante and hosts two very large sandy beaches in its Levante and Poniente areas. There are numerous attractions for all of the family. All of the attractions listed here are easy to find from both the N332 national road and the A7 motorway, taking Salida 65 (exit 65).

Tickets may be booked from many local travel agents and also at the entrances. Transport may also be arranged in the form of coach rides and taxis.

Terra Mitica

With four different sections and rides for the entire family, a day at Terra Mitica should not be missed. The park is themed to Rome, Greece, Iberia, and Egypt, with a centre section, Las Islas(The Islands).

An assortment of 31 water, sit-on, and adventure rides and three shows await you and the family, from the youngest members to the oldest.


An unforgetable day awaits you and the entire family at Aqualandia. With fifteen water attractions and many spots for you to soak in the sun, all ages are catered for.

The attractions include water chutes, rapids, floating rides, pools, waterfalls and an amphitheatre show. All rides are free to experience upon paying entry.


With different animals from all over the world, Mundomar, a member of the European Association for Aquatic Mammals, combines education with entertainment on the ecological balance of the planet. Within Mundomar are 13 different areas with different types of marine and exotic wildlife.

Benidorm Palace

For a truly spectacular evening out, Benidorm Palace should not be missed. Upon arriving you are led to your table and are presented with a full three course dinner, complete with wine and champagne.

Shortly afterwards, the lights are dimmed and a full gala show begins. With various dancing, comical acts and attractions you will be in awe at the presentation. The evening finishes off with dancing and live music.

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