One of the reasons many holidaymakers return year after year is due to the abundance of Benidorm attractions on offer.
Yes Benidorm is also popular for the great weather, cheap drinks and being able to get a Sunday dinner as good as you can find back home, but there is so much to see and do here which also is a huge tick in the box.
For the beach lover these alone are well worth the visit to Benidorm.
If you enjoy a bit of culture, some of the best Benidorm attractions can be found in the Old Town part of Benidorm.
Benidorm port has many water activities available and for those who enjoy a bit of exploring, a visit to the iconic Peacock Island is a pleasant day out.
It is a bit rough on the feet and you will need some proper footwear to get around but the views over Benidorm are worth the trip.
Taking a wander in the back streets in the Poniente area is still very much untouched by the Brits.
There are many shops, markets and little hidden parks where you can mix with the Spanish locals. Having a trip around this part for me is a must.
Benidorm is not all bars and cabaret. Heading up the Rincon you will stumble across the Aqualandia Waterpark, Mundomar animal park and the exciting Terra Mitica theme park.
A great part of Benidorm for a family day out with a blend of relaxation by the pools, a stroll round the animal park and the adrenaline of White knuckle rides at the theme park.
Getting around Benidorm is very easy and the bus prices are very cheap.
Local towns are worth a visit with Albir, Altea and La Cala all being popular choices.
Whatever reason brings you to Benidorm, and there are plenty, it is without doubt one of the best places to visit in Spain!