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Benidorm is a city along Spain's east coast. Until just a few decades ago, Benidorm was a small fishing village, however, today it has been transformed into a booming tourist destination with hotels, beaches, and skyscrapers. The settlement of what would become Benidorm is believed to trace its roots back as far as 3,000 BC under the Punics, although the city has undergone a metamorphosis since then. Benidorm is an idyllic family destination full of sun, sea, and sand, and its all-night clubs, bars, and restaurants are perfect for more mature visitors, too. Choose from one of hundreds of hotels in Benidorm can be a daunting prospect, yet with the help of Venere you can find your ideal hotel for a variety of budgets and expectations. You will have access to thousands of hotel reviews, hotel room photo galleries, and an interactive map for checking out the local area.

What's Benidorm Like?

Benidorm is a city that never sleeps, and, from the beaches to the night clubs, there is something for everyone to enjoy. If you are eager to lay in the sun and relax, you will enjoy the Levante, Poniente, and Plages de Benidorm beaches, all of which have shaded outdoor bars. If sightseeing and exploration sounds like more your thing, check out the Nisos Benidorm Dive Center, the historic Placa del Castell (Castle Square), or the Terra Natura zoo will offer an exciting afternoon. If you have come to experience the night life, then you will have hundreds of all night bars, clubs, and restaurants to choose from, as well as a few karaoke bars and cigar bars thrown in for good measure.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Benidorm

Many tourists flock to Benidorm for the weather, which offers a Mediterranean climate offering pleasant temperatures all year round. July to September are the summer months, and you can expect an average temperature of around 85° Fahrenheit, however unexpected heatwaves can see temperatures rise to almost 105°. Although Benidorm is a Spanish city, you could walk through the streets and hear nothing but English. If you are feeling adventurous you could memorize a few basic Spanish phrases, however all of the vendors and store staff will speak conversational English. Some of the nearby towns are worth a visit, especially if you want to escape to somewhere a little less tourist focused; Guadalest, Valencia, and Calpe are just but a few. The city center can be easily explored on foot, just remember to keep your valuables zipped up and secure. Whether you decide to stay or travel further abroad, Venere can help you with finding Benidorm hotels!