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Benidorm City Guide

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What was once a small and boring fishing town has now turned into both a hot destination for holiday-goers and a perfect location for your Stag weekend.

With only 69,000 inhabitants but more than 11 million visitors each year there must be something special about this place. And there is! The still low prices ensure that you won't be broke after spending a few days in this Spanish seaside resort.

The size of the town means that everything is within walking distance. The beautiful sandy beaches invite one to relax with a sangria in hand or go for a quick dip in the crystal blue waters.

The 3,000 and more hours of sunshine per year and an average annual temperature of 20°C make sure that this is possible all year round. And the local clubs and bars guarantee that you won't be bored even once the sun goes down.

Benidorm Nightlife

Benidorm Nightlife

No matter whether you are looking for a typical Spanish or British pub, a nightclub where you can dance until the sun comes out or a lap dance club where you can check out the local beauties you can find it all in Benidorm.

Or go at it the local way and explore several venues in one night. When they are so close together and the entry is so cheap it simply makes sense.

Most clubs are located around the Levante Beach Boulevard and around the Avenida Communitat Valencia. In the summer months you can find a great party happening no matter the day of week.

There is even an area called The Square where British tourists have taken over and bars there close at 7-8 am. There really is no excuse not to party while on a Stag weekend in Benidorm.

Benidorm Practical Tips

Benidorm Practical Tips

Travelling to Benidorm has never been easier. Although there are no flights straight to the town, planes fly directly to the city of Alicante.

A flight between Alicante and London takes about 2,5 hours. Getting from Alicante to Benidorm should be no problem - it is about 35 minutes away and there is a good train connection between the two cities.

Benidorm itself is easy to navigate by foot with the beach always being just about 5 minutes away.

During your stay you might want to check out some of the local drinks such as the Burning Benidorm beer or the Valencian Water cocktail.

The official language of the region is Spanish and the local currency is Euros

Some useful words you might need include:
- "Hola" = hi - "Adios" = goodbye
- "Por favor" = please - "Gracias" = thank you
- "Una cerveza por favor" = One beer please
- "No hablo español" = I don't speak Spanish

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