Benidorm: What to do?

You have multiple choices in our area, have a look and choose yours!

1. Benidorm

Discover the immense choices that Benidorm offers you!

The best European water Parks, Amazing Sports, shows, music, culture…Entertainment can be found any day of the year for people without frontiers, of any age or way of life. Golf, squash, karting, riding, hand-gliding, bowling…Terra Mítica offers the latest technology at the service of entertainment and leisure. Apart from the Fallas and Moros y Cristianos fiestas, there are also bullfights, festival pilgrimages, patron saint´s fiestas and the night...

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2. Near Benidorm

The area of Benidorm is famous for having tourism all year round, here below we suggest a list of interesting links about things to do and to visit in our area. Enjoy it!

The Fonts de l’Algar (Algar Waterfalls) are at 3 km from the centre of Callosa, heading towards Bolulla, and Tàrbena. The Algar waterfalls form a natural park with an elevated grade of conservation of the ecological richness, and at the same time it has tourism and environment education services.  


Located on a hilltop, with houses built into the rocks themselves, Guadalest commands a fine view of a picturesque valley in the interior of Alicante province on the Costa Blanca, with a river running through it, harnessed by the Guadalest dam, built long ago.

The area is surrounded by pine trees, croplands and Mediterranean scenery to form an interesting patchwork landscape. The San José castle in town visible from this webcam, can be reached through a short tunnel excavated into the rock.

The village is listed as a historic-artistic complex, with ancient mansions and farmhouses, one of which has been converted into an ethnology museum located along the walled part of town at the top of the hill, presenting an impressive white tower covered with red roofing tiles


An unforgettable night for all the family.

We have been invited to attend a celebration, for the Earl of Alfaz’s daughter.

During the festivities the castle is attacked by Berber troops and the Earl is forced  to surrender to the invading Moors.

To avoid a full blown war the Earl of Alfaz and the Sultan Banu - Amir agree to settle the matter with a tournament.  The best Christian Knights will battle against the Al-fariz’ s best troops who have conquered the land.

As the story unfolds, your participation is inevitable!

Together with your respective Knights and Moors you will determine the outcome.



The Ciutat de les Arts i les Ciències (Valencian: [siwˈtad de lez ˈaɾdz i les siˈɛnsies], Spanish: Ciudad de las Artes y las Ciencias, anglicised as "City of Arts and Sciences") is an entertainment-based cultural and architectural complex in the city of Valencia, Spain. It is the most important modern tourist destination in the city of Valencia.

The City of Arts and Sciences is situated at the end of the former riverbed of the river Turia, which was drained and rerouted after a catastrophic flood in 1957. The old riverbed was turned into a picturesque sunken park.

Designed by Santiago Calatrava and Félix Candela, the project underwent the first stages of construction in July 1996 and the finished "city" was inaugurated April 16, 1998 with the opening of L'Hemisfèric. The last great component of the City of Arts and Sciences, El Palau de les Arts Reina Sofia, was presented on October 9, 2005, Valencian Community Day
  • CALPE.

Calpe nestles next to the Rock of Ifach, a spectacular rock formation standing in a nature reserve of the same name and offering unique panoramas over the Alicante coastline. Calpe itself is a village steeped in maritime traditions and blessed with an extensive coast featuring fine, golden sand. Among the many options for enjoying a stay in this authentic tourist village are walks along a promenade on foot, or via the images offered by the webcam full of lively terrace restaurants offering fresh fish and seafood dishes, plus all kinds of water sports and activities, or a visit to its quaint old historic centre on the Costa Blanca.

  • JÁVEA.

Xàbia/Jávea is situated in the north of the province, on the eastern-most point of the Mediterranean Sea coast. The island of Ibiza lies some 90 km to the east, and it can be seen on clear days. Flat, fertile agricultural land stretches for miles inland, criss-crossed by small streams and used primarily for growing citrus and olive trees. The coastline of Xàbia/Jávea features four capes; Cabo de San Antonio, Cap de la Nau (the largest), Cap Negre and Cap Martí.

The Montgó, which shelters Xàbia/Jávea, is the highest summit of the region standing at a height of over 750m. From the Xàbia/Jávea side, it is said to resemble an elephant. The Natural Park of Montgó was declared in 1987, it stretches across the area of La Plana to the cape of Sant Antoni.


Moraira is a gem of a town just a short distance south of Javea on the coast of the central Costa Blanca and a 30 minute drive from Benidorm to the south. Formerly a quaint fishing village with stunning views across to El Peñon de Ifach, the rock of Calpe, it now survives from tourism whilst retaining much of the charm which has long attracted visitors and foreign residents.

Rather than the tacky fish and chip type eateries of many resorts, Moraira is blessed with a wide selection of stylish cafés within its pleasant streets notably ‘Deli’ on Calle Calatayud which serves up an interesting selection of home cooked dishes including inventive salads, curries from many nations and quiche dishes. For more authentic Spanish fare try the shaded Las Gaviotas in the main square which lies in the shadow of the town’s church. The main fish restaurants are located on the front overlooking the small port and fish market (La Lonja) where fish auctions take place every morning at 10am except Sundays. Well worth seeing.