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The name Benicasim is better known throughout the world for the popular music festival that descends onto this seaside town every year. For the other 51 weeks of the year, it's a lively but non-too overpopulated beach resort in the eastern Spanish province of Castellón, on the Costa del Azahar. With five sandy beaches to boast of, there is lots of sun and sea related activities to enjoy. After booking your flights, the next step is finding accommodation. Fortunately, with Venere, this process is simple and pain free. You might find yourself anticipating some hidden costs or other spooks lurking out of view until the last moment - Our answer? What you see is exactly what you get: straightforward and easy to grasp listings of all Benicasim hotels, along with additional convenient information: such as distance of the hotel from the town, 1-5 star and customer ratings, and specific amenities.

What's Benicasim Like?

Benicasim is comparatively undiscovered on Spain's well-trodden east coast, and the beaches never feel too crowded. The fact that there are five of them might have something to do with it - spanning over 6 km, all are blue flag certified. Benicasim hotels roughly line the coast along one end of the resort, and at the opposite you'll find the villas of the popular sightseeing route of Voramar Beach. Dating from the 19th-20th century and split into two categories: the Heavenly Court and Hell Route - these architectural gems offer a glimpse into the hedonism of the roaring twenties of Benicasim. Take a daytrip away from the sea and into the Desierto de las Palmas, an 18 km long mountain range and protected natural park.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Benicasim

Some less well-known but equally memorable activities include renting a bicycle and following the old 5.5 km railway line from Barcelona to Valencia, now called the Via Verde. The route offers some charming views of old watchtowers, coves and the cliffs of the Cape of Oropesa. Time your trip so it doesn't coincide with the aforementioned Benicasim Music Festival, which typically takes place over four days in the second half of July. One beach festival you don't want to avoid is the night of San Juan on the 2nd June. Locals come out to dance around beach bonfires, and at midnight take a mass dip in the sea to cleanse themselves of last year's 'bad stuff'. Whatever you do, let Venere's great selection of Benicasim hotels make booking accommodation a straightforward affair, so you can get on with the more important parts of your trip.