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The Spanish New York

With over 1000 places to eat, and skyscraper architecture, Benidorm may be perceived as a premium Summer destination, but, in fact, it is rather affordable, and preferred for budget traveling. You may find yourself planning your Benidorm travel guide around the city’s numerous bazaars that sell cheap leather, shoes and artisan products, including jewelery, pottery and paintings. For good family fun, there are enough opportunities, from the family water park Aqualandia to boat trips to the Isla de Benidorm wildlife sanctuary and Calpe and the Las Vegas-style cabaret Benidorm Palace. Don’t miss Altea, 12 km from Benidorm, a stunning original old town.



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Benidorm's premier nightclub

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Irena Bodnarec

Writer at Benidorm All Year Round

Located on Calle Gerona the newly refurbished venue has a large outdoor terrace with plenty of flat screen TV´s showing sporting events during the day. In the evening The Stylistics are exclusive to this venue and alternative magician – Sticky Vicki also performs here twice a night.

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Stardust provides top class international cabaret seven nights a week. Most of the acts presented on its scene were exclusively designed for the club, but there are also acts from UK entertaining the guests.

With pub prices, and a lively atmosphere, Stardust is among the most popular nightclubs in Benidorm: not the cheapest place to drink, but one of the best to have fun. There is no entry fee, and children and teens are welcome. Careful though, there are adult comedy acts that are not suitable for the young.

C/Gerona, Benidorm
8:30 pm till late every night