1. Benidorm old town

If you’re looking for something typically Spanish during your holiday to Benidorm, you’ll want to visit the old town, it’s a complete contrast to the skyscrapers and busy bars of the new town.
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2. Benidorm Island

Benidorm island is an islet located around 3.5 kilometres from the coast of mainland Benidorm. It has many nicknames; The Rock, as some believe it’s the missing chunk from the top of Puig Campana mountain behind Benidorm
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3. Aqua Natura

The Aqua Natura waterpark has a great range of slides from family favourites to exciting ones for the thrill seekers. You’ll have a splashtastic time in Aqua Natura as you race each other down the Multipista and ride the waves of Zorba’s Beach wave pool.
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4. Mundomar

Something fun for the kids and perfect for family days out, Mundomar is a popular tropical-themed animal park in Benidorm. Usually open from February to December, it is home to more than 80 different species of animal.
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5. Terra Mitica

Enjoy the thrills of Terra Mitica, this fun-filled theme park is one of Europe’s most exciting theme parks and one of Benidorm’s main tourist attractions. Open from June-September, the park is divided into five zones
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From boat trips to Isla de Tabarca, to treks through the palm grove at Elcha, there’s plenty to see and do on your holiday to Costa Blanca. Go shopping at Villajoyosa Market, play a round at Alicante Golf Club, or simply relax on Playa del Levante beach with a cool cocktail in hand.