Favorite thing: If you find yourself at the beach in need of an umbrella and a beach chair to keep you from burning to a crisp fear not. Head on over to any of the sections of chairs and umbrellas, find an empty and have a seat. In short order someone will come over and kindly bill you. Expect to pay about €3 per chair and €3 per umbrella. It's well worth the price unless you want to burn up.
The high appartment blocks and hotels of Benirdorm are for many he expression of bad taste and uncontrolled development. Maybe, but such places must exist and Benidorm provides entertainment for a low budget all year round and to all kinds of people. What else can you ask for?
Besides, even none of the particular buildings is a work of art in itself, the ensemble with the Serra Gelada in the background makes a beautiful skyline.
Favorite thing: The tip of the rock where the town was born has been transformed into a nice promenade with a viewing platform from where you can enjoy spectacular sunsets as well as the unmistakable profile of the small Benidorm's island.
Favorite thing: British people just love Benidorm, all other foreign tourists are clear minority. There are some dutch and scandinavian, even the germans are not visible in the british mass. I think this is also only choise for people from Madrid to see the beach:)
Favorite thing: Benidorm has many arcades and crazy golf courses, great for families to use before heading off to Levante.