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With 40 years of success in producing live variety shows, it's no wonder Benidorm Palace garners rave reviews and is voted best in the Costa Blanca year after year. The Palace's cabarets are the stuff of legend and feature world-class artistes performing the best of Spanish entertainment.
For generations the Algar Waterfalls have been known by locals as 'the source of health', and with a rejuvenating dip in its clear pools of cascading water, you'll discover why. Enjoy a drink at the bar at the foot of the falls or dine al-fresco in peaceful picnic spots along the river bank. Whatever way you spend your day, you'll be sure to enjoy an area of such natural beauty, it's often used as a paradisical setting for both TV and film.
Buy tickets to visit Terra Natura Zoo. Discover the Zooimmersion, a new zoo concept in habitat design. Spend a lovely day with family and friends in Benidorm.
Buy online on Musement your combined tickets to visit Terra Natura Zoo and Acqua Natura in one day. An unforgettable experience for the whole family!
Buy your tickets to Aqua Natura, a spectacular water park in Benidorm Alicante, with more than 40.000 square meters of fun for the whole family!
If you've been on Benidorm beach, you'll have spotted a mysterious rocky outcrop in the horizon. Locals call it Peacock Island because of the birds that make it their home – and at just 3.5km away, it makes a great trip by boat from the mainland.
If you are looking for something a little less ordinary, try this exhilarating excursion for size. But don't worry – it's not as much work as it sounds. Your morning kicks off with a scenic drive high up into the mountains, leaving the bustle of the busy coast far behind.
For generations locals have known the Algar waterfalls as 'the source of health', and with a rejuvenating dip in its clear pools of cascading water, you'll discover why. Enjoy a drink at the bar at the foot of the falls or dine alfresco in peaceful picnic spots along the riverbank – it's an afternoon to use as you choose.Although it's only 15km from Benidorm, Algar is a world away in the natural beauty stakes. With cascading waterfalls plunging into pools of pristine water, locals love to cool off with a swim here – and you will too.Beat the heat by wading in gently or plunge in from the diving ledge – it's super refreshing. You can relax along the shaded, pine-covered banks or set up shop at one of the picnic spots. Or if you prefer, why not grab a drink from the bar at the foot of the falls or stop for a bite to eat. Whatever way you spend your afternoon, you'll be sure to enjoy an area so stunning, it's often used as a setting for both TV and film.
Leave the city skyscrapers of Benidorm behind you for the day with this guided e-bike tour. Pedal along the palm-lined promenade of Poniente Beach, navigate the narrow old town and cycle through fields full of greenery to reach Villajoyosa – a colourful coastal town where you'll stop to sample sweet treats in the town's famous chocolate factory.
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If the lure of some shopping and sightseeing in Spain's third-largest city is tempting, then this full day trip to Valencia is just the ticket. You'll be transferred by bus to explore the city at your own pace – there's no pressure to do anything you don't want to do, simply enjoy the culture and atmosphere of this historic city.From Benidorm, you'll travel to Valencia by bus, and the best part is that you won't have to find your way in from the outskirts, you'll be dropped off right in the city centre. From here, the day is yours to spend exactly as you wish.Dip in and out of all the shops, try out local eateries – paella hails from Valencia – and stroll around its old town, which is one of the largest in Spain. There's loads to discover. You'll meet up with your guide at the allotted time to head back to Benidorm.
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Valencia isn't just culture – it's also an enticing place to dine out and hit the shops. On this full day tour, you'll have the chance to see the sights on a panoramic bus ride, then get the lowdown on a guided walking tour of the heart of the city. Martí, one of our local guides, says, ‘Valencia has really come out of the shadows in recent decades, and now stands shoulder to shoulder with Barcelona and Madrid in terms of art, culture and cuisine. Our old town, one of the largest in Europe, is packed with sights, with the Silk Exchange shining brightest of all.' You'll start off with a panoramic bus tour for an overview of the city and an explanation of some of the major sights. Once you leave the bus, you'll set off on a guided walking tour around the city. Your expert local guide will show you around, sharing local insight into the history and explaining some of the highlights. When the tour is over, you'll have free time to explore further, grab a bite to eat or browse the shops.The streets around Calle Colon, a modern boulevard, boast all kinds of stores – from global high street brands to luxury goods shops as well as the latest in technology. There are also smaller, original boutiques selling haute couture clothing. Martí adds, ‘If all that shopping tires you out, pop over to the art nouveau Colon Market. It's evolved into an epicurean food hall and is a go-to, not just for the nibbles but for the design of the building itself. It's a good spot to take a break at one of the cafés.'
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With vividly coloured houses lining the seafront and the banks of the dried-up river bed, it's no wonder Villajoyosa means ‘the Joyful Town'. Find out why it attracts and inspires scores of artists with this trip from Benidorm. You'll also visit the famous Valor Chocolate museum to see their age-old chocolate-making methods and sample some of their well-loved products.You'll begin the tour in Villajoyosa - a quirky town known best for its brightly-coloured fishermen's houses, golden beaches and freshly-caught seafood. Enjoy some free time to stroll its labyrinth of narrow winding cobbled streets, or head to the seafront to watch the fishing boats come in. Then, it's on to Valor Chocolate museum. Here, you'll tour its installations and see chocolate-making methods used since 1881, before a chance to sample some chocolatey treats yourself.
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