Cheap Holidays To Benidorm
Benidorm Holidays Guide
Located on the infamous Costa Blanca, Benidorm has long been a popular holiday destination for Brits seeking some sunshine. Even in December and January, although the temperature can drop to 7 degrees, both months have around 6 hours of sunshine a day on average. So when you're looking to get away from the cold and rain, it can still be a popular choice.
Cancellation holidays and last minute holidays to Benidorm are really popular. There are loads of hotels so whether you're thinking about going in October or June, it's definitely worth keeping an eye out for cheap deals. If you don't want to take your chances, book early to avoid disappointment and you may even still be able to get some good deals including free kids places.
Getting to, from and around Benidorm
Airlines like TUI and Jet2 fly from across the UK, including Liverpool, Newcastle and Edinburgh to Alicante airport, the closest airport to Benidorm. From Alicante airport you have a number of options to get into Benidorm, the most popular is pre-booking a coach or private transfer. You can jump in a taxi from outside the airport terminal, although you should expect this to cost a little more than pre-booking. Alternatively, you can take the ALSA public bus which takes about an hour and will drop you off in the heart of Benidorm along the Av. de Europa.
Once you're in Benidorm, if you fancy venturing out of your hotel, getting around is pretty easy. There are public buses and loads of taxis. Alternatively, walking is a great way to get from A to B while exploring the city.
Things to do in Benidorm
Whether you're on holiday in Benidorm for its nightlife, its beaches or its various activities, there is plenty to do in the city. Depending on where you stay, you might have a range of activities and facilities available at your hotel, however, you should make sure you head to Levante Beach for a fun day out by the sea. Another great day out is a trip to the Aqualandia water park, perfect for both kids and grown ups.
When the sun starts to set, head out into town for a huge range of bars and restaurants offering special deals on food and drink. And you'll have no trouble finding happy hour somewhere if you love a cocktail or two, perfect if you're on a lads weekend or a hen do. There are some great family friendly restaurants too, so you are certain to find something in your budget and taste.
Where to stay in Benidorm
If you don't mind a bit of a walk, Benidorm is actually really easy to get around, but when booking your hotel or apartment, always check the location in relation to the rest of the city so you don't have to spend a fortune getting back from an evening out. The more resort style hotels are generally on the outskirts of the city, while many apartments are in the heart of the city.