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Vacation rentals in Benidorm

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Popular amenities for Benidorm vacation rentals

Stay near Benidorm's top sights

Gran Hotel Bali17 locals recommend
Mundomar224 locals recommend
Terra Mitica Benidorm28 locals recommend
Estadio Municipal Guillermo AMOR3 locals recommend
Tiki Beach9 locals recommend
Mediterranean Balcony37 locals recommend

Quick stats about vacation rentals in Benidorm

  • Total rentals

    3.5K properties

  • Total number of reviews

    44K reviews

  • Family-friendly rentals

    1.7K properties are a good fit for families

  • Pet-friendly rentals

    1K properties allow pets

  • Rentals with a pool

    2.4K properties have a pool

  • Rentals with dedicated workspaces

    820 properties have a dedicated workspace

Your guide to Benidorm

All About Benidorm

With golden-sand beaches rimmed by tall buildings, Benidorm is a bustling Mediterranean beach town on Spain’s eastern coast — the famed Costa Brava. At the Playa de Levante, one of Benidorm’s biggest draws, the beach descends gently into the tranquil waters of the Mediterranean Sea, creating an exceptional site for swimming, jet skiing, and kayaking. A waterfront promenade lined with restaurants and cafes skirts the beach, providing convenient spots to grab a bite. In the evenings, Benidorm switches into nightlife mode, and the bars and clubs buzz with music until the early morning hours.

Benidorm’s central location on the Costa Blanca makes it easy to explore neighboring cities and attractions. Take a day excursion to Altea, a hillside port city overlooking the sea, for example, or drive up to the scenic mountain village of Guadalest.


The best time to stay in a vacation rental in Benidorm

The Mediterranean climate of eastern Spain lends itself to lolling about the beach or wandering through Benidorm’s narrow streets all year round. That said, summer days can get hot and muggy, cooling off slightly in the evening, and you may want to wear a sun hat or at least sunglasses to protect against the bright Mediterranean light. If you are visiting the Costa Blanca in the winter, the weather is cooler and more overcast, and the beaches less crowded, but the temperatures rarely dip below freezing and the town celebrates some of its biggest festivities during that time. January 5, for example, is Three Kings Day, when many families in Spain exchange gifts and the city holds a parade and fireworks display. In February or March, Benidorm turns out for Carnival, and intricate costumes, dancing, and music animate the streets.


Top things to do in Benidorm

Benidorm Old Town

The old town of Benidorm is perched on a small hill between the city’s two main beaches and framed by the skyscrapers in surrounding neighborhoods. Here you’ll find a beautiful plaza, narrow streets lined with quaint cafes, some of Benidorm’s most beloved restaurants, and the picturesque Església de Sant Jaume i Santa Anna church.

Sierra Helada Natural Park

The Sierra Helada Natural Park, located to the northeast of town, will sweep you away from the city. A network of paths lead you up to cliffs that tower 1,300 feet above the water and to the Albir Lighthouse, as well down to secluded coves. Along the way, you’ll take in sweeping views of the Sierra Helda Mountains, the cityscape, and the Mediterranean.

Balcon del Mediterraneo

The Balcon del Mediterraneo is a dazzling white viewing platform that overlooks the sea. It is located on the site where an old fortress once guarded the city just south of Old Town. Stairs lead up to a platform adorned in Moorish style, with a dramatic black-and-white checkered floor, and to a ledge that offers sweeping views of Benidorm’s rocky coastline.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • How is the weather in Benidorm?

    Benidorm has a Mediterranean climate, meaning it's warm and sunny for most of the year. Summer temperatures average around 86°F (30°C), while winter has milder temperatures, often around 59°F (15°C). Despite the milder winter, it's still a good time to explore the city's indoor attractions.

  • What are some of the best things to do in Benidorm?

    Frequently suggested activities in Benidorm include lounging at Levante Beach, exploring the historic Old Town, visiting the Aqualandia water park, and taking in panoramic views from the Mirador del Castell. The city's vibrant nightlife is also a draw for many visitors.

  • What is the best time of year to visit Benidorm?

    The most popular time to visit Benidorm is in the summer months, from June to August. This is when major local events such as the Benidorm Pride festival and the San Juan Bonfires take place, attracting a large number of visitors.

  • What are the best places to stay in Benidorm?

    Popular areas to stay in Benidorm include the vibrant Levante Beach area, the quieter Poniente, and the historic Old Town. Each area has its own unique charm and range of accommodations to choose from.

  • What are the best places to visit in Benidorm?

    Popular places to visit in Benidorm include the Terra Natura zoo, the stunning Algar waterfalls, and the Tossal de la Cala, an ancient Iberian settlement. The Benidorm Island, a nature reserve with diverse marine life, is also a popular spot.

  • What are some hiking trails in Benidorm?

    Hiking enthusiasts can explore the Sierra Helada Natural Park, featuring trails with stunning sea views. The Puig Campana trail, located just outside of Benidorm, also offers a challenging hike with panoramic views of the city and coastline.

  • What are some family activities to do in Benidorm?

    Benidorm is family-friendly with a variety of activities to engage all ages. Families can enjoy the Mundomar animal park, visit the interactive exhibits at Explora children's museum, or spend a day at the Aqualandia water park.

  • What are some of the best day trip ideas in Benidorm?

    Day trips from Benidorm often include exploring the charming coastal town of Altea, visiting the medieval fortress at Guadalest, or touring the Canelobre Caves in Busot. A boat trip to the nature reserve on Benidorm Island is also frequently suggested.

  • Are there serviced apartment rentals with a dedicated workspace in Benidorm?

    Yes! Work meets play with ease at over 40 serviced apartment rentals in Benidorm featuring dedicated workspaces. Stay connected and productive in your home away from home.

  • How much does it cost to stay in hotel rentals in Benidorm?

    Experience the best of Benidorm with our hotel rentals, starting at about $30 per day, before taxes and fees. Embrace comfort and style while staying within your budget in your home away from home.

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