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The City of Benidorm is situated just south of Altea and about 45 km northeast of Alicante on the Spanish the costa blanca. Sheltered from the cold north winds by high mountains, the resort enjoys warm weather throughout the entire year with temperatures seldom dropping below 19° C even in the depths of winter.

Consisting of predominately skyscraper buildings, the city is renowned for its extensive sandy beaches and busy nightlife that both combine to make it one of Spain's premier holiday destinations for tourists from across the globe.

Benidorm has in excess of 1000 Restaurants and 30 Clubs to suit all tastes. The city is famous for its extensive British and Irish ex-patriot community who came for a holiday and who have stayed to buy and occupy apartments and villas refugees from the rain and cold of those more northerly climates enjoying the relaxed lifestyle and the warmth and hospitality traditionally offered by this sunny and vibrant holiday heaven

Dates for Your Diary

April - Holy week. Dignified and beautiful religious services and processions.

May - Fiesta de la Creu. 1 May.

June - Bonfires of St John on the 24 June. See them in the La Cala, Central Market and Old Town areas.

Romeria del Corpus, traditional Andalucian fiesta with a procession of horses and a fairground.

July - Fiestas of the Carmen - 25 July Benidorm's patron saint St James with live concerts most nights in the Aiguera Park auditoriums.

September 6 and 7 Fiesta of Asturias Harvest Festival throughout the month.

October - First weekend of October Fiestas of Imalsa II and Valencia Day exhibitions and stalls to promote and celebrate Valencian produce.

November - Fiestas celebrating Benidorm's patron saints.

Must see in Benidorm

Benidorm's old city centre, Benidorm's casco antiguo - only the streets of San Lorenzo, Santa Fez and San Vicente remain to identify where this ancient town once stood.

The ruins of a castle built in the 14th century to fend off marauding Berber pirates remains and Benidorm's spectacular sunsets are best viewed from the castle's mirador' (balcony