Hotel NadalSituated right in front of Levante Beach, this modern hotel provides you with an outdoor pool from where you can enjoy great Mediterranean views – also enjoyed from your private terrace. The Hotel Nadal has a heated indoor swimming pool and a large sun terrace. Guests can enjoy drinks from the bar out on the terrace. The Nadal's restaurant offers Mediterranean-style lunches, which can be enjoyed on the outdoor garden-terrace. Typical Paella is available, along with other traditional dishes.
Travels Along the Edge:
40 Ultimate Adventures for the Modern Nomad
From Crossing the Sahara to Bicycling Through Vietnam
by David Noland

translate into these languages - Benidorm - Spain Benidorm - Spain
click any image below to view imageslideshow

Benidorm is a coastal town and municipality located in the comarca of Marina Baixa, in the province of Alicante, Valencian community, Spain, by the western Mediterranean Sea.

Prior to the 1960s, Benidorm was a small village. Today it stands out for its hotel industry, beaches and skyscrapers, built as a result of its tourist-oriented economy. It is one of the most important holiday resorts in Spain, with an area of 38.5 km² and a population density of 1,593.56 inhab/km². Due to the unique skyline formed by its numerous tall hotels and apartment buildings it is sometimes referred to as the "Manhattan of Spain" or "Beniyork", which is unlike any other on the Costa Blanca. According to the Urban Age project, Benidorm has the most high-rise buildings per capita in the world. Benidorm itself is dwarfed by the 1406 m tall Puig Campana, which is one of the most impressive mountains of the Costa Blanca.

The city is divided into halves, Poniente and Levante, each fronted by a beach of the same name. Between the two beaches lies a rocky promontory. The old city occupies this promontory and the area immediately inland, while most of the hotels occupy the more recently developed sections behind the two beaches. A few miles from shore is an uninhabited island which provides a dramatic centerpiece to the seascape.

Benidorm is popular with tourists from northern Europe, especially those from the UK. Benidorm's initial growth in popularity can be attributed to the package holiday explosion, and continues year round, due to the night-life based around the central concentration of bars and clubs. The large number of free cabaret acts that start around 2100 hours and continue into the early hours set Benidorm apart from other similar resorts. Benidorm has three major beaches: Llevante, Poniente and Mal Pas; all of them have a blue flag since 1987, the maximum quality standard recognized by the European Union. Each summer, since 1959, the city celebrates the Benidorm International Song Festival, a song contest where international or Spanish celebrities like Julio Iglesias, Raphael or the Dúo Dinámico became famous. Benidorm boasts three family-oriented theme parks: Terra Mítica is located inland from the city, at the foot of the mountain and Aqualandia and Mundomar are located on the outskirts of the city on the Llevant side. In addition to large shopping and commercial areas.

See the hotels in Hotels in Benidorm

SL Button 60
Secondlife is a Virtual World
Join for Free

© Benidorm - Spain. All Rights Reserved.  Created by the black rabbit