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Why You Should Fly to Benicassim

The beautiful stretch of coastline on which Benicassm sits has long been a firm favourite for wealthy Valencianos looking to escape the sizzling summer heat of the city. But these days it’s also a popular draw for visitors from further afield, not least because of its world-renowned annual summer music festival.

When to Book Flights to Benicassim

The Benicassim festival takes place in late July, with revellers coming from all over the world. So, it’s well advised to book early if you’re planning on checking out some of the hottest bands on the planet. August is equally busy, as people decamp from nearby Valencia to enjoy their summer break. For a quieter and more affordable visit, book in the spring time or late high season of September.

How to Find the Best Flight Deals to Benicassim

Use Expedia to find the best flight deals to Benicassim. Enter your planned departure points and travel dates and you’ll be presented with a selection of cheap flights from a range of carriers. Refine your search using the filters, choosing preferred airlines or travel times. For a choice of even bigger savings, click the ‘Nearby airports’ and ‘Show flexible dates’ buttons and you can see the best value flights over a broader range of departure points and dates.

UK Departures to Benicassim

You can find direct and indirect cheap flights to Benicassim from a choice of UK airports, including:

Main Airports in Benicassim

The closest airport to the coastal resort of Benicassim is located in nearby Valencia. The airport handles around six million passengers a year. It’s located about an hour’s drive away, with good public and private transport links available.

Which Airlines Fly to Benicassim?

Several major and low cost airlines offer cheap flights to Benicassim throughout the year, including:

How to Get to and Around Benicassim

Once you have landed at Valencia, your onward public travel options include the train and buses, both costing around €10. Hire cars are available at the airport, and from here it takes about an hour to reach Benicassim.

Once in the town, most of the main attractions are within walking distance or you can rent bicycles to explore up and down the coastline.

What Are the Must-sees in Benicassim?

During the 19th century, many Valencianos built extravagant holiday villas along this stretch of coast, and the Route of the Villas takes you past some of the most architecturally interesting. The beaches they line are also pretty spectacular, especially Playas Voramar and Almadraba. Head inland to the Sierra del Desierto de las Palmas and visit the Castillo de Montornes.

Tips and Tricks for Traveling in Benicassim

No visa is required to travel to Spain for British citizens, the currency is the euro and they are one hour ahead of GMT.

Frequently asked questions