Benidorm Old Town | Benidorm
Benidorm Old Town is a must visit to anyone visiting Benidorm on their holidays, a real treat of authentic Spain which Benidorm does not get enough credit for.
Most of us think of Benidorm as bars and cabaret but truth be told, the Old Town is actually stunning!
Alleyway streets lined with shops, tapas bars aplenty with the famous tapas alley and the hustle and bustle you would find in any Spanish town.
Not just that true Spain feeling but Benidorm Old Town is home to some amazing places of attraction.
Benidorm Old Town Attractions
The Placa del Castell is one of the most stunning places in the Costa Blanca, with views to match.
Set in between Poniente beach and Levante beach you get amazing views across Benidorm and see just how big of a place it really is.
San Jaime Church is also another wonder of the Old Town, host to many Benidorm Fiestas, inside is just breathtaking.
Not just Poniente beach you also have a small cove with a beautiful beach called Mal Pas beach which has to be seen to be appreciated.
Just by this little cove beach you have the Benidorm harbour with local restaurants leading to it.
At Benidorm Harbour you can get boat trips to the well known Peacock Island and here you get to see Benidorm from a different viewpoint.
You have a great selection of bars in Benidorm Old Town also popular with the LGBQT community.
Oliver’s Bar and Kafee Klee are two of the most popular and well worth pooping in if you are down this way.
Dove Park is perfect for families, quiet, right on the beach, park and a fountain which is covered with doves, hence the name.
One highlight of the Old Town is the L’Aiguera Park, with so many high rise buildings it’s nice to find a mass of green space.
As you wander through this park you can take in the sights, enjoy the children’s area and walk right up to the bull ring.