Once you've had your fill of partying it may well be time for a bit of culture. So why not take a wander over to the Old Town of Benidorm with its traditional white-washed houses and blue-domed church. Here you will discover a maze of cobbled streets, shops, boutiques, quaint restaurants and many a pub absolutely bursting with character. A trip to the Old Town can provide you with just the amount of relief that you're looking for when you're wanting to escape from the familiar skyscrapers and regular tourist hangouts.
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Looking for something "typically Spanish"? Then you must head for "Tapas Alley" in the heart of the Old Town. Here you can sample some traditional Spanish dishes in attractive surroundings and all at very reasonable prices. Vegetable, Seafood, Meat, you name it, it's all there for you to choose and subsequently eat at your own pace, washed down typically of course with a glass of fine cava. From here most head to the little street of Santo Domingo to finish the evening off with some excellent Spanish wine in a lively atmosphere.
Hotels in the centre of Benidorm are ideal for those wanting to take advantage of the beach and also for those who are perhaps looking for something a little different from their holiday in Benidorm! Most are situated on the charming cobbled streets, amongst should we say the more "colourful establishments" of the town! All have a very good reputation and most important of all they prove very good value for money.
The Old Town's evening and late night entertainment can only be described as diversified. There's karaoke, cabaret and even transvestite bars, all of which guarantee a night of top class entertainment.
It's a real treat to wander around the Old Town on a hot Summer's day, as you find yourself completely shaded from the sun thanks to the design of the winding narrow streets and rows of buildings either side. Here you'll be charmed by the beautiful architecture and the small shops selling local products like tablecloths and leather items. The main focal point of this part of town, however, is the San Jaime church whose blue tiled roof attracts photographers from far and wide!