Attractions



There are many opportunities for sightseeing in Benidorm and the Costa Blanca. This city is one of the main attractions in the region. Benidorm is located about 45 kilometres north east of Alicante. The city is a party in the summer with a very busy nightlife. With 30 discos and 1000 restaurants, there is plenty to do. There are a lot of tourists from the UK and Ireland here.

Attractions for Sightseeing in Benidorm and the Costa Blanca

The Castle of Conde de Alfaz offers a great dinner show that features knights fighting on horseback. You choose the color of the knight you want to support during the show. The fight features spears, swords and shields with knights in armor. While you watch, a Medieval dinner is served. The menu includes foods like roast chicken, pork ribs, potatoes, soup, bread, Sangria, beer and ice cream.

The show is two hours long and plays every Friday and Saturday night. At the end of the night, stop by the disco for more night life. The Pit of Terrors is included in the price. This contains a variety of science fiction characters.

Benidorm Palace is another great place to spend the evenings. The palace offers a three hour floor show on Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights. This is an amazing dinner show. There are a variety of shows performed at the palace including dances, singers, comedians and magicians.

During the day, the beaches remain among the biggest attractions in Benidorm as well as most of the Costa Blanca region. For a more active and busy beach, visit the Playa de Poniente. This is on a main road and gets lots of traffic. For a more relaxing place to enjoy the sun, visit the Playa de Levante. This beach is off the beaten track and is more quiet and tranquil.

Sightseeing in Benidorm and the Costa Blanca Theme Parks

Aqualandia Park is a popular water park in Benidorm. The park has waterslides and swimming pools. It has a slow river ride and slides like the Zig Zag and Kamikaze that are great for older kids and adults. The Adventureland area is perfect for little ones. This area has slides, fountains, pools and a labyrinth.

The Aqualandia Park is open from May 15 through October 12 each year. The hours are ten in the morning until five in the evening each day. On very hot days during busy travel times, it’s best to get there early before the park fills up. Children three and under get free admission to the park.

Terra Mitica is a well known theme park in the area. The theme of the park is Ancient History. The park features five Mediterranean civilizations and the legends and myths that are famous in those civilizations. The recipes in the restaurants are taken from each civilization. Even in the shops, you will find souvenirs related to them, including papyrus from Egypt, Greek statues and perfumed Iberian candles.

Terra Mitica features over eighty shows each day. The park is open every day from ten in the morning until eight at night. There is so much to see that you won’t be able to see it all in one day. Children four and under are admitted free to this park.

Mundomar Aquatic Park is another popular attraction in this area. It’s a great place for families to learn about marine mammals and their adaptation to the water environment. Seals and Sea Lions perform for the crowds. The park is also home to many dolphins, several of which have been born in the park. A large colony of many species of penguins also calls the park home.

Mundomar has a children’s park with slides, swings, bridges, nets and ramps. There are also climbing walls for the kids. After playing at the park, the kids will love going inside the galleon to observe the dolphins from under the water.

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