Benidorm Itinerary 7 Days
Explore the best places to visit in 7 days in Benidorm with this travel itinerary for a memorable experience!
- Balcon Del Mediterraneo
- Isla Benidorm
- Terra Mitica
- Poniente Beach
- Levis Showboat
- Levante Beach
- La Cruz De Benidorm
- Guadalest Valley
- Terra Natura
- San Juan Playa
- Canelobre Caves
- Poniente Beach
- Levis Showboat
- Guadalest Valley
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7 Days in Benidorm - Perfect 1 Week Guide
Previously a tiny coastal village in Valencia region’s famed Costa Blanca, today Benidorm has transformed into a popular seaside resort. One of the best Mediterranean holiday destinations that is famous for its beaches and nightlife, Benidorm is a mixed bag of great weather and family friendly attractions.
If you plan on spending 7 days in Benidorm, we suggest you check out our sample itinerary.
Are 7 days enough for vacation in Benidorm?
Seven days in Benidorm gives you a chance to visit the popular, and explore the unexplored. If you are wondering about what to see and what to do, TripHobo has the perfect plans that'll help you make the most of your week long vacation in Benidorm.
What to pack for 1 week Benidorm tour?
Carry all of your essentials and a few more things that will make your Benidorm tour easy and exciting. Camera, journal, comfortable clothing and quick snacks are a must. You can also carry apparel for special events like concerts, fine dining restaurants and shows in case you plan on attending one. An extra pair of shoes, a little cash and some warm clothes in case the weather in Benidorm decides to play a trick on you! Checkout the best time to visit Benidorm before you plan your vacation. Don't pack less, just pack cleverly!
How much spending money for 7 days in Benidorm?
A typical budget for comfortable one week trip to Benidorm is USD 1141 per person including airfare, car rental and daily expenses. If you like to shop, adjust that number upward as needed.
What to see in Benidorm in 7 days?
Day 1 to 4: In and around Benidorm
Start your day 1 of 7D/6N Benidorm tour by first visiting the Balcón del Mediterráneo. This panoramic lookout point is tucked between 2 of Benidorm best beaches. Next you can visit the Parroquia de San Jaime y Santa Ana, a 17th century Catholic church. In the after head to the Old Town of Benidorm. Stroll through the widening cobbled streets and check out the many artisan outlets. Spend the evening on the Poniente Beach (meaning sunset)– one of the most famous beaches of Costa Blanca. On day 2, head to Levante beach (meaning sunrise) before strolling leisurely around the town. Post lunch, visit the Terra Natura. A 79-acre animal theme park where you can get up close to Benidorm's furry residents. It’s time to hit the waters on day 3! Visit Aqualandia and Mundomar on this day. While Aqualandia has many water based rides like Smooth Slides, Zig-Zag, Big-Bang, Splash, Black-Hole, Verti-Go, The Amazon, Adventureland, Rapids, Mundomar has many aquatic animals for you to see. On day 4, visit another theme park. Complete with thrill rides and attractions, Terra Mitica will keep you hooked the entire day. This park is divided into five themes like Egypt, Greece, Rome, Iberia, and the Islands and has many rides for your entire family to enjoy.
Day 5: Sierra Helada Natural Park
On day 5, we suggest you drive to Sierra Helada Natural Park. Sprawling over beautiful 5,600 hectares, this park is the first marine and terrestrial park of the Valencia region. With cliffs that rise as high as 300 metres, the park shares a stunning coastline with the Mediterranean. Perfect for a day trip, this park has many hiking trails that you can choose from. You can also opt for various guided tours where the guides will explain you the different kind of vegetation that the park harbours. The lighthouse of Faro is another attraction located inside this park.
Day 6: Calp
One of the most beautiful Spanish towns on the Mediterranean coast, Calp is best known for its sandy beaches, vineyards, mountains, Roman sites, and sea pools. Some of the attractions here include Penon de Ifach in the Natural Park of Penyal d'Ifac, beaches like Playa de la Fosa and Arenal-Bol, Cala La Manzanera, Baños de la Reina, Cala Calpe, and Fort de Bernia.
Day 7: Altea
Just 10 kilometres from Benidorm, Altea is a beautiful town with many glistening white houses. Appealing a large set of travellers, this town has tranquil and beautiful scenery surrounding it. Start exploring the city by first heading to the Old Town. The city attracts many artists and photographers, thanks to its whitewashed houses lined along the narrow, cobbled streets. The Virgen del Consuelo church dominates the skyline of the town. After exploring the town, you can head to one of the beaches here.
Travel tips for visiting Benidorm with family and friends
Travelling in groups is fun, but chances of missing out on something is also increased. So, if you are travelling to Benidorm with your family and friends, keep some of these tips in mind.
- Be on time to avoid missing out on the tourist attractions of Benidorm.
- Carry all the essentials like water and snacks, and any medicines that you may require.
- Group bookings means budget bookings, avail of such deals and save a couple of bucks.
- Spend time with one another, indulge in some together-time and have a blast!
Getting around Benidorm in one week
Benidorm is well equipped with a seamless transport system. While you will find buses and other means of transport connecting all the various parts of the city, commuting on foot is the best way to understand the city and its essence. Car and bike rentals are also available.
Best restaurants in Benidorm
Try restaurant for some traditional delicious recipes while you are in Benidorm. The best way to indulge in the authentic delicacies is by consulting the locals, so, dig in!
Benidorm holiday apartments and vacation rentals
Seven days is a considerable amount of time, and what better way to explore Benidorm than to try out a couple of accommodations! Pick different areas, and different types of accommodation services to understand the vibe of the city better. You have a number of options like bed and breakfasts, hotels, resorts and hostels in Benidorm.
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