Benidorm (Spanish Benidorm [beniðor], Cat Benidorm [beniðɔɾm]..) – A town and municipality in Spain, in the province of Alicante in the autonomous community of Valencia (Valencian Community). The municipality is a part of the region (comarca) Marina Baixa. It covers an area of 38.51 km². Population – 71,198 people (2010).
Close-tourism center, which began to develop in the 1960s.
Benidorm is located on the banks of two sandy beaches (Playa de Levante and Playa de Poniente).
Main place of daytime and evening walks in Benidorm – quay, with a total length of about 6 km: a kaleidoscope of a wide variety of restaurants, cafes and bars offering traditional dishes from almost every world cuisine. In Benidorm there are more than a hundred hotels, most of which are bordered by the waterside city. Evening Benidorm – entertainment center of the Costa Blanca.
The real decoration of the Costa Blanca is located near Benidorm, the largest amusement park and recreation – Terra Mitica, artfully arranged in an original style based on the ancient civilizations of the Mediterranean. It offers visitors exciting water attractions, including a water park and the park Aqualandia Mundomar marine animals, breathtaking mechanical rides and all sorts of slides.