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Combining it's good weather and beautiful sandy beaches, you can pretty much say that Benidorm was made for water sports. Options include sailing, jet-skiing, boating, water skiing, paragliding and wind-surfing. Learn to water-ski with "Cable Ski", spend a day at the Aqualandia Water Park, take a boat trip to the Benidorm Island, and peek under the surface of the Mediterranean water with a trip on the Aquascope submarine.
Benidorm's Cable Ski centre aims to help you dominate the world of waterskiing in just one hour with no need of being pulled along behind a boat. It is suitable for both beginners and experts and the experience is bound be one of the highlights of your holiday.
Discover the underworld sealife on Benidorm's yellow submarine
If you're curious about what you might be swimming with in the Benidorm waters then you can take a fascinating journey beneath the waves to find out. Aquascope is a glass-bottomed boat offering "Submarine Vision" of the waters beneath Benidorm's shores. You'll see colourful schools of fish and all sorts of interesting underwater life.
For those who have always wanted to have a go at scuba diving, there's no need for previous experience as Benidorm's scuba diving centre. Scuba Diving Benidorm, supply all the professional diving gear and offer a range of courses with professional diving instructors.
If you like waterslides, you'll love Aqualandia. You can easily spend a whole day whizzing around this theme park and for the braver members of your party there are plenty high adrenaline rides like the Kamikaze, Black Hole and Big Bang - Europe's highest chute ride - to fulfil their needs! Nevertheless for the little ones and those looking for an altogether calmer and more relaxing day in the sun, there are lots of gentler rides and also plenty of lush green areas for picnics, playing and sunbathing.