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Levante Beach
One of the most important beaches in Benidorm.
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Malpas Beach
While the neighboring beaches stretch for miles, Malpas Beach is relatively small. It’s a cute little sunken strip of sand, sheltered by the curve of the cliff face. Sit for a while in the sunshine, work on your tan, then head up the stone steps to the Balcón del Mediterráneo Viewpoint.
Mundomar
If you’re an animal lover, what better way to enjoy the sunshine than by watching a dolphin show? Mundomar has a spectacular show two times a day that wows audiences all year round. If you book ahead, you can even swim with them! Besides these amazing beasts, there are meerkats, lemurs, parrots and penguins, ready to entertain the whole family!
Levante Beach
Levante Beach is all about fun in the sun. On two kilometres of pristine sand, rows of parasols shade snoozing holidaymakers. In the crystal-clear waters, sunbathers cool off and speed merchants whizz past on jet-skis. Top up your tan, then grab a bite in the lively beachfront eateries. For night-time frolics, boogie on down at Penelope club.
Poniente Beach
Easy like a Sunday morning. Poniente Beach is an altogether more chilled affair than its fun-loving neighbour, Levante Beach. It’s here that beach bums soak up the Mediterranean rays in peace. Grab a fried brekkie at Jarrow Lad café, then stretch out on a sunbed and let the sound of lapping water drift into your dreams. And… relax!
Terra Mítica
Ancient thrills and classical spills. This theme park combines the seemingly irreconcilable worlds of rollercoasters and the great empires of antiquity. Zoom high above the Colosseum on Inferno and splash down on Falls of the Nile. At Labyrinth of the Minotaur, go in search of history’s most famous bull-headed beast armed with a laser gun. Mythical and legendary!
Aqualandia
Splash! This waterpark serves up umpteen ways of plunging into a pool of water. For adrenaline junkies, there’s the aptly named Verti-Go and the discombobulating Zig-Zag. For lazy bobbers, there’s bubbly Grand Jacuzzi Iguazu. And for those with a competitive streak, there’s the multi-laned Splash. Into other kinds of refreshment? Kick back with a cool drink at the bar.
Terra Natura
Ever had a mighty hawk perch on your head? How about meeting a scaly, venomous gila monster? If these animal encounters are on your bucket list, look no further than Terra Natura! This zoo lays on a steady schedule of shows, meet-and-greets and feeding sessions with some of its 1500 creatures. Over fifty of the species here are endangered, too. Catch them while you can!
Algar Natural Fountains
Tired of the beach? This inland escape is a refreshing change from sea and sand. Located just nine miles from Benidorm, Algar Natural Fountains is an unspoiled wonderland of flowing waterfalls, springs and pools. After a soaking up the sun on smooth riverside rocks, beat the heat with a dip in its cool, crystal-clear waters.
Levante Beach
You’ll need to get up early if you want a place to sunbathe on Benidorm’s most popular beach. Grab your spot by renting one of the 5,000 available lounge chairs, or just lay out a towel and get comfy on the sand. As the day goes on, you’ll find the beach fills up quickly – becoming a collage of brightly colored towels and beach umbrellas.
Poniente Beach
The huge strip of Poniente Beach curves along the Benidorm coastline west of the bustling Levante. A quieter spot, there's more than enough space here to spread out your towel and work on that tan. The sand itself is a beautiful gold and slopes into the sea, its cool blue water inviting you in for a refreshing dip.
Mal Pas Beach
Tucked away beneath the port and castle cliffs you’ll find peaceful Mal Pas. It doesn’t draw the same crowds as the other beaches, so it's a perfect retreat from Benidorm’s lively hustle and bustle. Stretch out with a good book or your favorite playlist and enjoy some uninterrupted time in the sun.
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The beach means different things to different people. What did the beach in Benidorm mean to you?

They are very long, clean and sandy beaches. Not too deep. Unfortunately, there are no beach bars or clubs on the sand. It would be absolutely perfect but there are only these disgusting British places that smell bad and the crowd is quite dodgy.
The beach walks are excellent because of the flat promenade with bench seats a short distance apart all the way with palm trees shading you from the sun if necessary.
It was great for sunbathing, the beach was clean , lots for the kids to do such as volley, the nets were up ready to use, enjoyed the boat trips and water sports
it was very clean and organised and really close to amenities, and only a two minute walk from our hotel and had a shaded liberary area and mobility access.
We used Benidorm as a cheap base for a rock-climbing trip to Costa Blanca. It is cheap, but it is a grim place! Be warned.
We were extremely lucky with weather so took advantage and actually sunbathed and we are talking almost November!
Lush Golden Sands with 3 Beaches, my favourite being Cala Mal Pas - a small cove beach at the top of the Old Town
The poniente area of Benidorm is the quieter bay and the beach had lots of space. It was immaculately clean.
Beautiful clean beaches very relaxing but a bit pricey 12euro per day for 2 beds and 1 umbrella.
Clean, large well patrolled large amounts of sun beds and parasols €4 for the day

Benidorm Highlights

Beaches
Once just a secluded fishing village, Benidorm has really come into its own. Tourists flock here to relax on the beach in their finest swimwear and round off their evenings with some quality time out – which is easy in this party capital because there is an endless selection of clubs and bars. Nowadays, there are even three family-friendly theme parks, and music festivals (check out the indie music Low Festival in July). Want a break from beach bumming? Head to nature park Sierra Helada and hike along the rocky cliffs by the glistening sea.
Warm Weather
Benidorm has always been a top destination when it comes to sunny skies and sandy beaches, and with around 320 days of sunshine each year it’s only the most unlucky visitor who’ll see a drop of rain. The resort’s bustling bars and restaurants make the perfect end to a lazy day of sunbathing too – what could beat a spot of tapas and sangria on a balmy Mediterranean evening?
Sunbathing
Once a quiet fishing village, Benidorm has been transformed in recent decades to become the premier sunbathing destination it is today. With all the amenities of a big city combined with dazzling sunshine and a mediterranean sea breeze, all you need to do is lie back and soak it all in.
Hot Weather
Benidorm's white sandy beaches are bathed in sunshine almost all year round, while an endless streams of outdoor bars are on hand to cater to the sunshine loving tourists. In August especially, you can look forward to high temperatures, little rainfall and plenty of sunshine.