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Known as the «New York of the Mediterranean», Benidorm is the city with the most skyscrapers in Spain,  the city with the most skyscrapers per inhabitant in the world and the second city with the most skyscrapers per square meter in the world, just behind New York.

It is one of the most important and well-known tourist destinations in Spain and throughout the Mediterranean thanks to its beaches and nightlife, reaching 400,000 inhabitants in summer. Not in vain, Benidorm is the third city with most hotel beds in Spain after Madrid and Barcelona. Benidorm is the first Spanish city to receive the certificate of Intelligent Tourist Destination, awarded by the Institute for Quality Tourism of Spain (ICTE) thanks to innovation, accessibility, digital transformation and it’s vertical model that allows a better use of resources.

It’s particular geographical configuration makes to the surrounding mountains: the natural park of the Sierra Helada, to the East; Sierra Cortina and the Puig Campana to the North and the Teso de la Calapor, to the West, protect it from the action of winds that could alter its pleasant climate. They protect it from the prevailing winds of the Levant or the cold of the North, so that our microclimate, especially in spring, winter and autumn, is extremely benign, with temperatures significantly higher than in the rest of the coast and with sea water within limits that allow bathing at all times. Benidorm’s appeal lies in its three blue flag beaches, the highest distinction granted by the European Union. These three beaches are: Levante, Poniente and Mal Pas, to which is added the small cove of Tío Chimo and La Almadraba. It’s also known for it’s lively and varied nightlife.

We also highlight it’s leisure parks such as; Terra Mítica theme park, Aqualandia water park, TerraNatura zoo, Aquanatura water park and Mundomar zoo.