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What can l say that hasn't already been said about this beautiful town? I've been visiting here since 2011 and it's timeless, it's the same but different each time. It stole my heart and l can't wait to return, I'm in Benidorm in November and...More
There is some confusion here. The beach you are talking about is the one in town. Literally. This is called Playa Centro, it is a wide, long, sandy beach, by the colourful houses and the restaurants and shops. Playa Torres is out of town, it...More
Beach is clean lots of palm trees for dappled shade, lots of bars and restaurants both at the port end or historic end of the front.
One word of warning the under ground car park in the historic end although wonderfully practical and large is...More
Came here to escape from the horror that is Benidorm, and although near in distance they couldn't be further apart in nature. A charming, laid-back , authentic working Spanish town , with a lovely airy promenade made for taking in the sun rays and sea...More
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My suggestion is that you come here on a Thursday, visit the market and walk down here for a relaxing time on the beach or on a bench before walking back up to visit the chocolate factory.Out of season at least the beach and whole...More
A one-time hidden gem, this bay boasts a sand and pebble beach, near trees, a campsite, beach bars and walkways to existing or planned property developments. The supporting road infrastructure has made it popular with picnicking Spaniards, some of whom who deliberately set up their...More