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This the best place to go if you want the best views of Benidorm. The plaza extends out into the sea, usually with a little Spanish man singing or playing a guitar, which is nice and adds to the chilled out atmosphere.
There’s steps down...More
My wife and I stayed close to here and wandered around one morning - the place is well kept and the views stunning.
The place was fairly busy with a mixture of couples and families doing exactly what we were - enjoying the views and...More
Great place to wander around both daytime and nighttime. Lovely views of both beaches and the island out in the sea. Has been used as a location by the benidorm comedy series several times. Walk down the stairs to the viewing platform below for even...More
This has to be one of the prettiest areas of Benidorm and certainly worth the effort to climb up to the site of the old castle. The plaza and balcony have been well maintained and the views from the top are lovely.
Surrounded by busy...More
We had a walk to here most evenings as the atmosphere is lovely, the views out to sea are beautiful and some days there were stalls selling crafts, a few artists doing portraits or caricatures, buskers playing music and the bar/ restaurant is a lovely...More
This gives a real flavour of how Benidorm May have looked prior to the tourist revolution. A pretty area to browse (it’s very small so only takes a few mins to traverse) with amazing views along both sides of the bay coastline.
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The Placa del Castell
The two main beaches are divided by the headland where the castle once stood. A fort stood here until 1812 when the British and Spanish troops blew it up whilst expelling the French. Here you will find... More
The Placa del Castell
The two main beaches are divided by the headland where the castle once stood. A fort stood here until 1812 when the British and Spanish troops blew it up whilst expelling the French. Here you will find the Placa del Castell with a beautiful balony and viewpoint. From here you can see the expanse of both sides of Benidorm. As you look out to sea, behind you is the church and a couple of monuments.
In the Placa del Castell area there are some fine cannons that used to stand in the fort, along with a monument to those lost at sea.
There are often musicians performing in the plaza and it's quite common for people to be dancing to the music. There's a fine restaurant with all day sun on the terrace.