Benidorm … And Beyond.

There’s much more to the Benidorm area than some of its visitors first appreciate. The area is awash with plenty of things to see and do should you wish to venture away from the venue. On this page we offer only an insight into what’s on offer.

The immediate area of La Cala itself a pretty quiet place with lots of shops, bars and restaurants both in the area of the Cove and The Promenade. For a leisurely stroll into Benidorm, just turn right out of the hotel, go up the slope and then down towards the sea where you’ll find The Promenade.

                                                                                                                                                                      GOLF

For any golfers we can recommend The Villaitana Golf Club which sits proudly at the heart of the Costa Blanca, in Benidorm.. The club has 2 Championship Courses which were designed by Jack Nicklaus Design, the Par 72 Levante Course offering spectacular views of the coastline and the Poniente Course that is a little shorter at Par 67 but will certainly test a golfer’s short iron play. A driving range, practice and putting areas are also available as are golf buggies and good quality set of clubs can also be hired.

FINESTRAT VILLAGE

Or anyone interested in visiting a beautiful tranquil Spanish village, only 8kms from the hotel is the village of Finestrat. With a castle, hanging houses, a traditional village square and a church dating from the 1700s it’s a great place to spend a leisurely afternoon.   There are a number of local hostelries in the village offering traditional Spanish lunch menus.   To explore the village a little more just click on the link here:  Finestrat

TERRA MITICA

For the theme park lovers Benidorm offers a number of top class destinations, Terra Mitica probably being the most well-known.   The Park is divided into 5 ‘Zones’ themed around the civilizations of The Mediterranean Sea. Each zone has attractions, rides and shows and of course the roller coaster thrill rides! More info about the park can be found here by clicking on the link:   Terra Mitica Park

AQUALANDIA

If you prefer waterparks then you might want to take a trip out to Aqualand. With lots of slides, rides and attractions it’s a great day out in the sunshine! To get to Aqualand take a Line 1 or Line 11 bus. Buses leave every 20 minutes during the week and every 40 minutes on weekends. You can find out more about Aqualand by visiting their website at Aqualandia

BENIDORM ISLAND BOAT TRIP

If you’ve ever wondered what’s on the island just off the coast of Benidorm well now’s your chance to find out! Legend has it that the Isla de Benidorm is the top of the Puig Campana Mountain that sits directly behind Benidorm itself. En route you can see the ocean’s wildlife in the glass bottomed boat and later maybe enjoy lunch at the island’s restaurant. For more info on the Isla de Benidorm check this link here: Benidorm Island

CAVES TRIP

A must see part of the Costa coastline is Busot. Although a 45min bus-ride it’s the location of the stunning Canelobre Caves, a labyrinth of underground cathedrals hewn out of the rock over the millennia. Presented by knowledgeable guides it’s a sight worth seeing and a relaxing afternoon away from the hustle and bustle of the city. More info on the Caves and their history can be found here:  Cave Information

ADVENTURE DAY OUT

If adventurous days out are more your thing then look no further than Marco Polo Expeditions, from bicycling to jetski-ing and just about everything in between! Fancy a moonlit Jeep safari? Then here’s your chance. Want to hire a scooter for the day? Or even tackle your mates on a paintball course? Look no further. For a full menu of activities just click on the link: Marco Polo Adventures

BENIDORM BUS TOUR

If a more sedate look at the area is your preferred option than you might want to look at taking the guided bus tour that will highlight the things of interest in the Benidorm area. With English translation via headphones supplied it’s a good way to check out the area in the comfort of the bus, letting the driver take the strain! Regular stops all along the route it’s a case of hop on /hop off to suit your schedule. Details of the bus route and how to order tickets can be found here: Benidorm Bus Tour

GUEST SERVICES REPS

Throughout the Benidorm Soul Fiesta the Guest Services Desk situated in the Hotel Foyer will be manned by dedicated Fiesta staff. If you require local advice about the local area or indeed any matter whatsoever just drop by the desk and the staff will be only too happy to help.   

Sunny Days….. and Soulful Nights!