everybody knows Benidorm. Its skyline, beaches and cosmopolitan atmosphere are internationally renowned. now he is Benidorm FestivalSong festival attended by the representative of Spain Eurovision.
Many visit the capital of the Costa Blanca, fascinated by this musical event. if you come too Benidorm If you want to know what you can’t miss these days and in this town, read on.
Tour Benidorm’s old town
visit Benidorm old town It is an ideal way to start the route through the city. Walk its small streets and San Jaime and Santa Ana ChurchWhere the Virgen del Sufragio is located.
Very close to the church, the Sant Jaume viewpoint has great views of the city. Levante beach. Go a little higher and pass first through Castelar square and then through Santa Ana. There you can have your picture taken with four big iron balls. This castle square and Balcón del Mediterráneo are the next two enclaves you can’t miss on your visit.
Take a look at the sea from the Balcón del Mediterráneo
This Mediterranean balcony It is one of the most symbolic and magical places in the city. It is a small square located right on a cliff, halfway between the beaches of Poniente and Levante. Its strategic location will allow you to have a full view of the two regions and of course the sea.
To get here you have to go down some stairs starting from below. Castle plaza. Although it is one of the most visited places in the city and there are always people, you can always find a place to take pictures with the perfect silhouette in the background. First thing in the morning or at sunset, the light is gorgeous and your photos will be perfect.
Don’t leave Benidorm without visiting the Mirador de La Cruz.
After kicking the center and Benidorm beachesYou cannot leave the city without visiting it. Viewpoint of the Cross. It is located at the top of the Serra Gelada Natural Park and from here you have the most beautiful panoramic view in the municipality.
Best time of day to visit it sunset so use the afternoon to get out here and enjoy one of the most beautiful sunsets in the state. You can reach the center by walking for half an hour. corner of loix or by car as there is parking in the area.
When you go up, besides enjoying the magnificent view, you will also be able to observe the large cross that presided over the place and was placed by the Franciscan monks in the 60s.
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