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Benidorm is a giant resort divided into three main areas.


At the far end of Levante, you also have Rincón de Loix and at the southern end of Poniente, La Cala. Benidorm Old Town, in Spanish, is Casco Antiguo but you will often hear locals refer to this historic part of the city as El Castell, an echo of Benidorm’s ancient past.

With a coastline over three miles in length and a different vibe in each location, deciding where to stay can often determine the type of holiday you experience. The Levante side, often referred to as the New Town, is fronted by the famous Levante beach. And while Poniente possesses its own equally stunning stretch of sand it also has an iconic promenade and a shift in tone that is a little more relaxed and let’s say…Spanish.

Stepping into Benidorm Old Town, you have an intricate web of narrow streets, top and tailed by the most recognisable of Benidorm landmarks, El Balcón de Mediterráneo, and the green oasis that is L’Aigüera Park

Each area is unique and together combine to create one of Spain’s premier holiday resorts.

All you have to do is explore Benidorm and take your pick!