Straightforward no fuss simple apartments. Good for a lively, busy, classic and fun Benidorm short break or holiday in Spain. Friendly staff, busy pool scence and pool bar during the day. Good for groups of mates! Foam parties, food, and drinks included. Available to book as a holiday with flight and transfers included. Benidorm Stags and Hens! Benidorm 15 minutes by frequent bus. Good reviews for helpful friendly staff and service plus English Breakfasts.
A taste of real Spain by the Blue Domed Church. With views across the bay. Mal Pas beach just 70m away steps. Cosy and great for singles or couples. One sleeps 3 and Two Bedroom Apartments sleeps up to 5. Simple style for a cheap Benidorm holiday. Good hoice for budget holidays in Benidorm. Tops for value. What more could you ask of a self-catering holiday in Spain other than sunset and sea views, a pool to take a dip with steps to the rocks below and a massive sandy beach a few minutes way.
Top choice self catering. Each simple apartment offers either a cosy studio, one bedroom or family apartment. Free wifi and room-safe. Small low-rise studios and apartments over two floors right on the beach in the old town of Benidom.
A choice of one bedroom apartments, and simple compact studios some with no views. Beach and old town. Refurbished apartments sleeping up to 4 guests. Beach is 10 minutes walk and you are surrounded by lots of bars and cheap eats! Malpas Beach. A peaceful alternative to the busier main beaches, Malpas sits close to the harbour, beneath the castle cliffs. Right on the harbour, this celebration of all things nautical is a permanent reminder of Benidorm's maritime successes.
Casa Museo de Benidorm. Housed within a 19th century building are modern art exhibits and sculptures which is enclosed by picturesque gardens. Maserof Museum. Enjoy the finer things in life? This winery is also a museum of Roman artefacts - plus you can also enjoy free tapas. L'Aiguera Park. Separating Benidorm's modern district from its old quarter, this attractive park doubles up as an entertainment venue.
Activities Go with the show. Looking for the best party venue in Benidorm? Enjoy a night of glamour at the Benidorm Palace Show. Circus with a purpose. Remember to book your tickets for Benidorm Circus — a fun-filled family outing featuring clowns, acrobats and jugglers.
Marine Park Life. Catch great entertainment at Mundomar Marine Park where the family will see dolphins, sea lions and penguins perform.
Families are sure to love Aqualandia, a thrilling waterpark located in Benidorm boasting rides and slides. Food Ice cream. A region with a proud icecream tradition - you'll find lots of flavours in Benidorm, from chocolate brownie to turron. Innovative rice dishes. Arroz negro de calamar rice with squid ink and de rape con almejas monkfish with clams are both local specialities. Local seafood. Dishes which mix seafood and meat paella mixta are a speciality - try tasty combos of chicken, mussels and prawns.
Global cuisine. Take your pick of global cuisine - whether you fancy Argentinian steak, Thai green curry or a good old full English. Nightlife Morgan's Tavern. A revered entertainment bar, ship-shaped Morgan's has a different cabaret show every night from comedy to rock and roll. Secret Fountain Roof Bar Garden. A real hidden gem, this chilled-out sun trap has a calm ambience by day, with live music and friendly vibes by night. Club Penelope. A true superclub, expect to see global DJs spinning the decks in the busier summer months.
A must for house music fans. With top live acts and music ranging from funk and soul, to s Britpop, Sinatras provides a friendly atmosphere. When To Go Benidorm is hot, which is one of the many reasons why it continues to be such an incredibly popular holiday destination. Please enter your email address. Please enter a valid email address. You will be missed. Albufeira is a large resort town with a charming old town where you can sample some delicious Portuguese delights. The Algarve is known for its quaint fishing villages and full-on resorts, so you can get the best of both worlds: local tapas and international cuisine!
But the Algarve is also known for its seafood and you're bound to find plenty of fresh produce at the small, local markets dotted up and down the coast, often situated snugly between the Algarve's large resort towns like Lagos, Vilamoura and Albufeira.
Lanzarote , Tenerife and Fuerteventura are our top picks of the Canaries. There are plenty of cheap deals on self catering holidays here at loveholidays, and when you arrive in the Canaries you can eat the way you like, as cheaply as you like. On both Lanzarote and Tenerife , or any of the Canaries for that matter, you'll find a typically Canarian cuisine comprised mainly of seafood, often served with a delicious red sauce, mojo rojo.
Self catering holidays to the Canaries are perfect because the islands aren't massive, and if you're out exploring rather than sat by the pool, you're bound to see many of the best sights! Not dissimilarly from the Balearics and the Canaries, this is island cuisine at its best.
Think sea food, olives, cheese…wine! Cuisine in Greece has obviously become an international sensation, but whilst you're in Greece you should really try the moussaka! Self catering holidays are all about trying out some new cuisine, and whether you're on mainland Greece or situated on one of the many islands, you'll find lots of local markets with fresh produce.
Seafood is a must if you're self catering in Greece! The Balearics are another top choice. Majorca and Ibiza have some of the best restaurants in the Mediterranean and a very tasty local, traditional cuisine comprised of local ingredients. Self catering holidays to the Balearic Islands are delicious!
Majorca is teeming with fresh vegetables and fruit, even its own delicious tomato, the Ramellan! Combined with a Spanish love of seafood and hams, a self catering holiday to Majorca offers something for everyone. The other Balearics, Ibiza and Menorca, are smaller but still have their own special agriculture. You're bound to find lots of small markets and restaurants serving up great Balearics cuisine. Benidorm is an international resort but mostly favoured to British tourists. This ecletic mix of cultures has resulted in a mish-mash of cuisine, from greasy cafes to tradtional Mediterranean tapas.
Benidorm also has its Old Town, where some of the local tradtions still hold true. There are markets and restaurants serving local cuisine, so don't just think its all English fry-ups and tapas! You'll find plenty more exciting things to eat on a self catering holiday to Benidorm. Whether you're looking to escape for a few nights or enjoy a relaxing week in the sunshine, with our flexible payment options it's easy to book your next cheap self catering holiday.