Benidorm nightlife in February is very mixed, and although we may see February in Benidorm as a ‘quiet month’ there is still lots going on.
You can split the Benidorm nightlife in February into 3 parts, fun, vibrant and authentic.
For the fun part we have the annual Benidorm Carnival. This is a great addition to things to do for those visiting Benidorm in February.
With a huge parade through the Old Town, a blend of locals and holidaymakers all attending and then a night of fun in the bars with that authentic Spanish vibe felt around the town, it’s a night well worth popping along to.
Vibrant, Benidorm starts seeing the hens and stags who are planning on getting married in the summer, so this is their chance to get out and have a fun filled time.
The weekends it does get busier with the week more quieter and this adds to the Benidorm nightlife in February so you can enjoy a quiet week relaxing and when it hits weekend, it’s time to hit the square!
Authentic, if you enjoy the fiestas then one well worth checking out is the the Burial of the Sardine Fiesta.
Although not something you would associate with ‘nightlife’ but as night falls the Old Town is another addition to the Benidorm nightlife in February.
Bars are open till late, everyone is having a good time and it’s a good time to enjoy a night partying like the Spanish do, till the early hours!
Apart from the carnival, fiesta and stag & hen parties, there is still a lot on offer for those looking to visit Benidorm in February.
The New Town and Rincon will still have karaoke and cabaret and you will find plenty of the bars open to enjoy your time in the resort.