Benidorm Holiday

Benidorm is just one of those iconic cheap holiday destinations. Some say it is the resort in Spain, especially if you’ve struck the Balearics off your list for 2018 / 2019. When the first skyscrapers started popping up along the coast of the Costa Blanca, decades ago, no one was quite sure just how much of an important figure this resort would become to the average British holidaymaker. Home to dozens of all-inclusive hotels, Benidorm beats off its Spanish rivals, such as Alcudia in Majorca, or Salou in the south of Spain, as the king of cheap all inclusive holidays.



Known as a cheap holiday destination with perfect, well-kept sands and a choice of hotels – varying from all inclusive hotel bargains to stunningly good deals on great self-catering accommodation –  choosing Benidorm in the Costa Blanca for your next resort holiday makes as much sense as the copious amounts of ice-cream you’ll inevitably be eating. Booking a 7-night stay in Benidorm is a super cheap holiday, and the price includes flights and all-inclusive: a no-brainer! Then you won’t even have to worry about the cost of that ice-cream. Whilst you’re on the Costa Blanca, Alicante is another top choice and not far from Benidorm. Flights to the Costa Blanca land in Alicante.

Another popular Costa in Spain is the Costa Brava, with Lloret de Mar as a fantastic holiday option for a 7-night stay. Just up the coast from Barcelona, Lloret de Mar provides amazing Mediterranean beaches, affordable resorts and a range of family-friendly hotels. The Costa Brava is home to Barcelona, so if you ever tire of Lloret de Mar’s great atmosphere down on the Costa Brava – which is unlikely! – you could always plan a holiday to the Catalonian capital. Also on the Costa Dorada is Salou, a perfect family holiday destination.

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