Apartament in the Calle Lepanto 6, in the centre of Benidorm, towards the bottom of the Avenue Europa, only 250 metres to the Levante Beach, surrounded by restaurants, shops, pubs and discos, 1 twin room, living room with sofa bed for 2 people, kitchen equipped for four, 1 bathroom, shared swimming pool, sleeps up to 4 persons, self catering.
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The apartment building is situated in the Calle Lepanto 6, in the centre of Benidorm, towards the bottom of the Avenue Europa, only 250 metres to the Levante Beach. Surrounded by restaurants, shops and pubs and discos are in the vicinity.
These apartments are one bedroom apartments. There are two single beds in the bedroom and a sofa bed for 2 people in the living room, kitchen equipped for four and bathroom. All the apartments have washing machine, television and a communal swimming pool.
Prices include change of linen weekly (sheets and towels) plus electricity and maintenance, as well as final cleaning. No cleaning during stay is provided.
Breakage deposit on arrival: EUR 100.
Sleeps up to 4 persons, self catering.
kitchen Amenities and facilities
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0 Double beds
2 Single beds
1 Double sofa/extra beds
0 Single sofa/extra beds
0 Baby beds
0 Baby highchairs
0 Shower rooms
0 Guest WC
0 Rooms with ensuite
terrain Outside Facilities
Shared swimming pool
radio Inside Facilities
kitchen Kitchen Equipment
Pets subject to previous aproval
Wheelchair not suitable
rowing Sports and outdoor
streetview Sights and attractions
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Located in the middle of the La Marina Baixa region, Benidorm is one of the main tourist destinations on the Costa Blanca, thanks to its excellent beaches, as well as the wide range of accommodation, restaurants and recreational activities offered. Its historic quarter, which sits on a promontory, is in great contrast with the wide avenues lined with buildings, shops and terraces, all along the coastline.
Benidorm offers endless possibilities. From taking a walk on the promenaded to swimming, water activities or just getting on a boat excursion to the island of Benidorm. All that without forgetting the local holiday celebrations and the succulent gastronomy that specialises in rice dishes and seafood.
Benidorm is one of the biggest tourist centres of the Costa Blanca. The fine-sand beaches, the crystal waters and privileged climate have granted this region —also equipped with a great infrastructure of high-quality services— its well-deserved fame.
Doubtlessly, the beaches are one of Benidorm's greatest appeals. A five-kilometre coastline marked by vast sands and secluded coves where one can enjoy a refreshing swim, as well as engage in water sports, like scuba diving, water skiing, windsurfing and sailing, etc.
Located to the north of the harbour, Levante beach is one of the most beautiful in the city. Because of its urban location, it provides easy access to many services and to two kilometres of fine, golden sands. These emblematic sands are bordered by a busy promenade, filled with terraces and restaurants that are very lively at night.
To the south of the region, the Poniente beach unfolds: three kilometres of beautiful scenery. As with the Levante beach, this one has a long promenade as a backdrop and is accessible and convenient, with many services available.
Between the two most famous beaches of Benidorm is the Mal Pas cove, a tranquil cove of fine sands, also near the historic quarter and the harbour.
In addition, Ti Ximo and La Almadrava emerge on the northern end of Benidorm, where the coast becomes rough and inaccessible. Away from the urban centre, these hidden natural coves allow visitors to retire from the bustle of the city to enjoy scuba-diving in the magnificent, rocky seabed.
Leisure and the city
Benidorm's historic centre is located on a promontory, between its two main beaches: Levante and Poniente. This is the birthplace of the city, a primitive fishing town dominated by the church of San Jaime. Erected in the 18th century, its bluish domes rise up among an intricate network of narrow streets and alleyways, filled with picturesque little corners. The peaks of the Canfali hills lead to the Balcón del Mediterráneo, a splendid viewpoint that gives a wonderful panoramic view of the sea.
To both sides of the historic quarter lie wide avenues and commercial streets that make up the more modern Benidorm. The city, devoted to the tourist industry, offers a myriad of services including hotels, restaurants and terraces.
Benidorm's recreational possibilities are endless. From taking a work on the promenade to visiting the nearby park of L’Aigüera, or an exciting day in the Mediterranean Theme Park Terra Mítica. The city also has a number of sporting centres, including a sailing school and several scuba-diving schools.
Boat excursions to the little island of Benidorm - located in middle of the inlet - depart from the harbour. Legend has it that the island is a piece of rock from nearby Mount Campana that brave Roland severed with his sword during the expeditions of Charlemagne. The rich seabed makes it a scuba-diving paradise.
Culture, gastronomy and the outskirts
Seafood and rice dishes are the basis of local gastronomy. Paella is one of the emblematic dishes, as is grilled or boiled seafood and fish, either fried, stewed, or in soup. Garlic and olive oil are the main ingredients of ali-oli sauce, which accompanies many dishes.
Dessert includes almond cake, turrones and ice cream. The wines, with Designation of Origin - Alicante (the prestigious seal of quality and origin given in Spain to select wines and products), misteleta (a sweet wine) and horchata (a drink made from tiger nuts, with protected Designation of Origin) are all typical of the region.
Benidorm is a merry and festive town. The local holidays honour the Virgin of Sufragio and Saint James the Apostle. The celebrations begin on the second Sunday of November and offer a varied programme, including floats, theatre performances and fireworks. A few days later, the Festa de la Carxofa—a very traditional affair—takes place in the historic quarter. Other celebrations worth mentioning are the Bonfires of San Juan and the Moors and Christians festivities, both in June.
The outskirts of Benidorm are of great natural beauty. To the north, the terrain becomes rough, with sierras and cliffs all the way to the sea. In this setting lie the towns of L’Alfàs del Pi and Altea. In addition, next to the Peñón de Ifach Nature Reserve is the town of Calpe, a harmonious place that has managed to combine the preservation of its monumental heritage with the touristic infrastructures.
To the south of Benidorm is the town of Villajoyosa, the capital of Marina Baja. Crossing the Sierra Aitana, inland to the north, there is an interesting journey through Cocentaina —important Medieval town— and Alcoy, a place famous for its Moors and Christians festivals, declared of International Tourist Interest.
Finally, the Alicante mountains offer the possibility of visiting the Carracal de la Font Roja Nature Reserve.
Airport distance Alicante 59 km
Beach 250 m
Shopping 50 m
Restaurant 100 m
Bar 100 m
Waterpark 0 m
Golf 0 m
Skilifts 0 m
Museum 0 m
Zoo 0 m
Minimum rental (days) 7
Deposit due 5 Days after booking, Amount 30.00 %
Balance due 35 Days before arrival
Breakage deposit 150.00 €
Latest check in 00:00:00
Earliest arrival time 15:00:00
Latest departure time 10:00:00
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