Come and visit the Terra Mítica amusement park! More than fifteen attractions await you at the park. Plenty to ensure you have lots of family fun. But the park doesn't only offer attractions: around ten different shows covering various periods of history take place every day. Plenty of restaurants and bars ensure you can take a break from it all. And if you want some souvenirs of your day, visit one of the shops.
This church was built in the eighteenth century, more precisely, according to legend, just after the discovery of the statue of the Virgin of Suffrage (the patroness of the city) in a boat that was floating off course.
In a Neo-classical style, it has a white façade, ochre mouldings and cornices, and a blue dome, which is typical of Mediterranean domes.
Once inside, visitors can admire a large pipe organ that was inaugurated in 2012, on the day the patron saint is celebrated.
This characteristic Spanish market awaits you. It's large size ensures you'll find just about everything you could want. It's well-known for its bargains and is extremely popular. On Sunday, locals and tourists come to buy clothes, food, flowers or typical regional products. And when you need a break, head for one of the bars in the market and watch the world go by.
At the top of Cerro Canfali in Benidorm, the Balcony of the Mediterranean, a splendid belvedere, provides a superb panorama over the sea. During the fourteenth, fifteenth and sixteenth centuries, the fortress served as a defence against incursions from Algerian and Berber pirates. It stands atop the great rock that separates the two main beaches, Levante and Poniente.
Your visit to Benidorm will immerse you in Spanish culture. Explore the old town. You will discover its many picturesque cobbled streets. You can also admire the church in the form of a blue dome and the white houses that surround it. During your walk, enjoy the shops or bars of the old town. Every year, Benidorm organises almost 50 local festivals so try to discover the city during one of these.