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Benidorm is a Spanish city and municipality in the province of Alicante, in the Valencian Community. It is located on the shores of the Mediterranean Sea, in the region of the Marina Baja, of which it is its most dense and populated municipality with a density of 1792 inhabitants/km² and 69 738 inhabitants in 2022.

Known as the New York of the Mediterranean, Benidorm is the city with the most skyscrapers in Spain, the city with the most skyscrapers per inhabitant in the world and the second city with the most skyscrapers per square meter in the world, only behind New York.

It is one of the most important and well-known tourist destinations in Spain and the Mediterranean thanks to its beaches and nightlife, reaching 400,000 inhabitants in summer.

Its particular geographical configuration means that the mountains that surround it: the natural park of the Sierra Helada, to the east; Sierra Cortina and Puig Campana to the north and the Teso de la Cala to the west, protect it from the action of the winds that could alter its pleasant climate.

The attraction of Benidorm lies in its three Blue Flag beaches, the highest distinction awarded by the European Union. These three beaches are: Levante, Poniente and Mal Pas, to which is added the small cove of Tio Tximo and La Almadrava.

During your stay, you will want to visit some places in Benidorm. We will recommend you some, such as: The Balcony of the Mediterranean with incredible sea views or a site overlooking the city is La Cruz a memorial.

Benidorm’s climate is a warm semi-arid climate according to Köppen’s climate classification: BSh, influenced by the Mediterranean due to the sea breeze that tempers the sensation of heat. The climate is arid, receiving little more than 300 mm of rain per year.

Benidorm has a very large number of skyscrapers (over 100 meters high) three of which exceed 150 meters. The tallest building of all is the so-called Intempo with 202 meters. It is the fifth tallest in Spain.

Iberian and Roman remains have been found in the municipality. Apparently, at the time of the Reconquest there was an Arab farmhouse in the Partida de Lliriets; in any case, the population would be of little importance, as the name of Benidorm does not appear in the Llibre dels Feyts of James I of Aragon, who conquered this part of the province of Alicante around the year 1245.

In 1335 the territorial lord was the prince Pedro de Aragón y de Anjou, followed by his son Alfonso de Aragón y de Foix. Subsequently, Benidorm passed into the hands of the Counts of Denia, returned to the crown, and finally it sold the term to the noble Ruy Diaz de Mendoza, as the financial difficulties of the monarch due to war conflicts forced him to part with many of his lordships. The population suffered two terrible Berber pirate attacks, the first around 1410 and the second in 1448, which devastated the town and the castle.

During the 16th century the castle was enlarged and repaired, but the urban village, which had returned to the barony of Polop, was apparently almost completely depopulated.

In 1715 the population was around 216 inhabitants, a figure that increased to 2700 at the end of the 18th century. In the war of independence, the Napoleonic troops desecrated the cemetery and occupied the castle, which was later partially destroyed by the English at the end of the conflict.

The richness and variety of Benidorm’s gastronomy has been achieved thanks to the success of assimilating the good influences that the ancestors and other civilizations have been deposited in the local recipe book. Some of these dishes are: Arroz a banda and with anchovies, Faves sacsaes (stewed beans), Pebrot, Tarta de Benidorm, Bollo de San Blas….

There are many restaurants in Benidorm where you can taste these dishes, but we will show you some of them: Amigos Restaurant and Roof Terrace Benidorm or the D-vora Restaurant, high-end cuisine and cocktails in an elegant restaurant with terrace and sea views. Or you can visit something more typical from there like La Mejillonera.

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Come to Benidorm and you will fall in love with the atmosphere of the city.

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