Located on the shores of the Mediterranean, Benidorm is the city with the most skyscrapers in Spain and the one with the highest number of these enormous buildings per inhabitant. In addition, it is one of the most important and well-known tourist destinations in the country.
The beaches of Benidorm, who has not heard of the popular Levante beach or the extensive, 3 km. long, Poniente beach where we can enjoy its fine golden sand, its crystal clear waters and, thanks to its orientation, have the sun until sunset. In addition, there are the coves of Mal Pas, Almadraba and Tio Ximo, you are last nestled in the Natural Park of Sierra Helada, the first terrestrial marine park of the Valencian Community where we find several hiking trails that take us to the nearby beach of Albir.
Discover the old town of Benidorm, climb to Punta Canfali, a large rock that divides the beaches of Levante and Poniente. We can take the opportunity to shop in the many shops or go for tapas or pinchos to the street of Santo Domingo, the street of wines, where we will find streets full of bars that offer a wide variety of cuisine.
Last but not least, “La Fiesta”, Benidorm has an impressive nightlife with different areas to go out for a drink: the first line discos of the Levante beach, the most international area of Rincón de Loix, the Spanish atmosphere of the town centre or the discotheques area of the N332.
From the Racó campsite you can get close to the beaches or the town centre with the bus nº 10 which stops at the exit of the campsite.