Top 5 Benidorm Excursions
Our five favourite Benidorm attractions!
While Benidorm itself offers more than enough to satisfy its many visitors; Blue Flags beaches such as Poniente, for instance, there's plenty else to discover nearby. We make it easy to arrive at your holiday destination with the minimum of fuss with our Benidorm airport transfers. Once you're settled in, this fabulous seaside resort and beyond is ripe for exploration.
A really good way to get acquainted with Benidorm is on two wheels. A Segway tour led by an informative guide will quickly have you familiar with the city's hotspots. Alternatively, you might consider hiring a bike, which will allow you to see more of the region under your own steam.
Serra Gelada Natural Park
Very close to the heart of Benidorm is Serra Gelada Natural Park, which is a lovely place to enjoy a leisurely stroll. A paved footpath runs the park's length, making it as easy as possible for visitors to get around. This mountain and marine conservation area affords its visitors wonderful views, including one from a lighthouse and there's plenty of exotic flora and fauna to admire.
A little more than 12 miles north of Benidorm is Algar Waterfalls, which can be reached by bike (a scenic journey that takes roughly 90 minutes) or by car. Despite the lack of public transport links, it's worth making the effort to travel to this oasis of natural springs, waterfalls, lagoons and coves.
Head north along the coastline and you'll likely come across Calpe, an enchanting Costa Blanca town. As well as featuring the fabulous Playa de Levante o la Fossa and its adjacent promenade, Calpe is the site of the Natural Park of Penyal d'lfac, which is dominated by a gigantic, ragged limestone outcrop. The park is also home to an abundance of vegetation and more than 300 animal species. It's worth making the effort to ascend to the top of the rock because you'll be presented with outstanding views, and if you're blessed with a clear day, you'll be able to spy the Balearic Isles.
A little further north lies Dania, which features a lovely beach (Playa de les Marines), a marina and a Moorish castle. It's also the site of Montgo Natural Park, which boasts more than 650 types of flora. There are a host of birds and reptiles, too, as well as mammals such as rabbits, badgers and foxes. The park also possesses a number of trails, each allowing visitors to get the absolute most out of the location.
If we've managed to pique your interest, please don't hesitate to arrange your Benidorm airport transfers with us at your earliest convenience.
All information correct at time of writing.