Richard Moor - Mar 31, 2012
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The Spanish coastal town of Benidorm is a popular tourist spot thanks to sandy beaches as well as numerous skyscrapers. Among the top attractions however are also local theme parks.

Benidorm, a favorite hot spot for sun and sea holidaymakers, offers a diverse range of attractions. Families as well as youth tourists find lots of activities to entertain themselves.

One of the most popular places in the town is Terra Mitica Fun Park, which is the largest theme park in all of Europe. Not only are there many rides but there are also plenty of gladiators, pirates and comedy street performers walking around the park. Aqualandia, Mundomar, Terra Natura and Aqua Natura are also good theme parks to visit while in the region.

The coastal town is proud that the best beaches in Spain can be found right here. Levante is located in east Benidorm and is one of the best beaches to watch the sunrise at. Poniente beach is located in the west and Malpas is located close to the harbour. These three beaches are a beach lover's dream. Budget travelers going for cheap Benidorm holidays may spend days at the local beaches relaxing and enjoying the sun for free.

People who love adventure will appreciate what the town has to offer. There are a few safaris that they can enjoy. Guests can opt for going on a safari through the Costa Blanca mountain range, where they will be treated to beautiful waterfalls, cool animals and much more.

Scuba diving, sailing and kayaking are also fun things to do while in Benidorm. Yet the town is best known for its nightlife. There are many different types of bars and clubs to go to. Benidorm is home to many western country bars, Irish bars, Cabarets, discos and karaoke bars. The bars and clubs are often packed and there are always entertainers of some sort performing and entertaining the guests.

Benidorm is also renowned for its unique skyline including plenty of skyscrapers. The high-rise buildings are the reason for the town’s nickname – Manhattan of Spain. Beni Beach, Gran Hotel Bali, Playa Azul, Torre Soinsa and Torre Levante are among the most stunning skyscrapers.

People can take a glimpse back at how Old Spain was by visiting Benidorm Old Town. The streets are cobbled and people can enjoy shopping and dining at one of the many establishments located here. Culture and history lovers will love what the Old Town has to offer them.

People who enjoy bike riding can ride bicycles from the top of Costa Blanca Mountain. There are many trails and bike routes at Costa Blanca. If a person does not want to do it alone, then there are many places that offer bike tours for Costa Blanca.

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