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Benidorm really does spoil you for choice both by day and by night. If your idea of a holiday is rest and relaxation then Benidorm is for you. Take in the sun on one of the Blue Flag beaches or sit back with your favourite drink in one of the many shoreline cafes. At night you can head into the Old Town or watch the sunset from your chosen restaurant in the quiet Poniente region.

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For those who prefer an action-packed holiday Benidorm doesn’t disappoint, with a host of daytime activities to choose from, including a variety of watersports, go-karting tracks, theme parks, golf courses and shopping malls.

As the sun sets Benidorm really does come alive and earns its reputation as one of the Mediterranean’s top nightspots. There is a world of restaurants, bars and nightclubs for you to indulge in. Whatever your needs Benidorm is sure to satisfy them.

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