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All inclusive holidays to Benidorm – your top 5

Blue Flag shores, old–town tapas and non–stop nightlife

All inclusive holidays to Benidorm mean all the important things are covered, so you haven't got to worry about budgeting while you're here.

Why you should visit Benidorm

Big and bold with Blue Flag sands, it's no wonder Benidorm is such a hit. Book an All inclusive holiday to Benidorm and your flights, accommodation and meals are sorted. So, you can spend less time counting costs and more time enjoying yourself. Here are a few ideas for when you get thereĀ…

  1. Standout beaches

    It wouldn't be Benidorm without the Blue Flag shores. Two of the resort's finest beaches, Levante and Poniente, are real crowd–pleasers. They've got the lifeguards, beach bars and eating places. Busy Levante is a bit of a show off when it comes to watersports, while family favourite Poniente takes things easier. The locals' well–kept secret is Malpas, a quiet cove just behind the port.

  2. Sizzling nightlife

    World–class DJs, Brit–style pubs, comedy, karaoke and drag shows – Benidorm's got it all. Committed clubbers head for the Top Road, which serves up big beats and big nights out. And the kids are sorted in Benidorm, too, with fun circus acts showcasing jugglers, clowns and magicians in the hotels and bars.

  3. Speedy 4x4 safari tours

    Enjoy some off–road action with a speedy safari tour. Whiz and bump your way through the hills and woodland along mud trails. Your guide will fill you in on the scenery along the way, from wildlife to whitewashed villages. You might take a shower at the nearby Algar Waterfalls, too – so it's a good idea to pack your swimming gear.

  4. Waterpark fun

    The Aqualandia waterpark is just on the edge of Benidorm and it's a major hit with the kids. Here you get splash pools and water slides – we're talking Black Hole, Zig Zag, Kamikaze, Big Bang – and you can even swim with sealions. Picnic areas, a souvenir shop and plenty of eating spots set you up for a full–throttle day out.

  5. First–class tapas

    If you find it hard to commit to just 1 dish, you're in luck with the tapas places. Take your pick from little dishes of plump olives, garlicky prawns, tasty cured ham and tangy Manchego cheese. The resort even has a place known as Tapas Alley, running from Place de la Constitutio along Santo Domingo – so you can always track down a little bowl of what you fancy.

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Latest Deals

Price per person
£456 All Inclusive Hotel Princesa, Benidorm 09 September 2014, 7 nights London Gatwick
£482 All Inclusive Hotel Levante Club, Benidorm 09 September 2014, 7 nights Manchester
£538 All Inclusive Hotel Flamingo Oasis, Benidorm 09 August 2014, 7 nights Newcastle

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