4/5 - Good
Verified traveller3 Dec 2019
Although in my opinion the area is somewhat being reclaimed (rightly) by Spanish tourists the area is still very "Brit" friendly and a very nice place to go.
Get away to trendy Finestrat! Enjoy the mountains, coffee and gardens.
Experience the seaside area of Finestrat—mountain views, bars and sights from La Cala Beach to Puig Campana.
Reviewed on 12 Sep 2019
Reviewed on 5 Jun 2019
Spain’s Costa Blanca is synonymous with beaches. Plan a vacation at this one near all the activity, but more secluded and quieter.
Nothing says holiday like spending a lazy day at Levante Beach, a popular beach in Benidorm. While in this romantic area, find time to visit its shops.
With its extravagant stage acts and upscale dining experience, this palace provides the glitz and glamor of Las Vegas and the exotic flair of Bollywood.
Plummet down 13 stories on a very tall slide and bring your kids to the wave pool in one of the oldest water parks in Spain.
Nothing says holiday like spending a lazy day at Poniente Beach, a popular beach in Benidorm. While in this romantic area, find time to visit its shops.
Go snorkeling with sea lions and attend a school for mermaids in this waterpark and zoo resort that includes Balinese lodges.
At Terra Natura Benidorm, more than 1,500 animals of 200 different species await you in their own natural habitat on a trip across three continents: America, Asia and Europe.
Discover two of Spain's most visited villages: the mountaintop village of Guadalest with its numerous museums, shops, and cafes and then head off to the natural water park in Algar. You will be collected by coach at your chosen start point.
An action-packed coach trip taking you to some of the most interesting and colorful parts of the Costa Blanca. Suitable for all the family, the Coast and Caves excursion includes visits to a medieval village, a beautiful coastal town, stunning countryside and some fascinating caves.
The City of Valencia was founded as a Roman colony in 138BC. It was later occupied by Moroccan and Arab Moors before being conquered by the Christian King James I of Aragon.
Spain is famous for its winemaking and arguably produces some of the worlds finest wines and the Costa Blanca is no exception. Located just 30-40 miutes away from Benidorm, you will find the award winning wine making region of Jalon, set in a picturesque valley surrounded by mountains.
No visit to the Costa Blanca is complete without a trip to its jewel in the crown, Guadalest. This fortified village perched precariously on a mountain top, is surrounded by some of the highest points in the province of Alicante, the Sierra Aixorta, Sierra Aitana and Sierra Serrella.
Verified traveller25 Oct 2018
Enjoyable holiday for 4 women