Old Town

Sitting between the two giants of Levante and Poniente, Benidorm Old Town is the final piece in the jigsaw that makes Benidorm so different from many other resorts. It is a melting pot of traditional Spain, a working Spanish coastal town, a vibrant LGBTQ+ community and a tourist delight.

Benidorm Old Town possesses multiple boutique hotels, an exciting mix of Spanish and British bars, international restaurants scattered throughout the narrow streets, the renowned Tapas Alley and its very own beach – Cala del Mal Pas. You could have the time of your life without ever having to leave the magic of Benidorm Old Town.

Mal Pas Beach, Old Town Benidorm.

There is also Benidorm’s most famous landmark, El Balcón del Mediterráneo, an Insta hot spot. Add to your list the blue-domed church of San Jaime and Parc de L’Aigüera, an oasis of tranquillity amidst the constant sounds emanating from a holiday destination in full swing.

For us, Benidorm Old Town just nails it. A joyous celebration of the resort, of tourism working well and of the glorious merger between two very different cultures – Britain and Spain.

Staying in Benidorm Old Town completely validates your decision to come to Benidorm. It will make you feel good about yourself, it might even make you feel a little bit Spanish!

Aiguera Park, Benidorm.