Car Hire Benidorm
Benidorm is known because of the quality of their services in terms of tourism and holidays resorts. It is a magnificent city with one of the most impressive and large hotel complex all over Europe. In fact, the city, thanks to its touristic activity, has become in one of the main sources of income in the Autonomous Community of Valencia.
Millions of foreign and national visitors decide to spend their holidays in Benidorm every year, thanks to the sun, beaches, and the variety of activities such as water sports, adventure travels, theme parks, night parties, and music events, all in a fantastic environment surrounded by night clubs, pubs, bars and hundreds of restaurants.
At the shore of the Mediterranean Sea and full of life, Benidorm is the holiday’s destination par excellence in Spain and most countries in Europe, and parts of the world. Even though the majority decides to come to Benidorm because of its wonderful climate, the reality is that the city has much more to offer. If you want to be amazed by the city’s wonder, simply take your rental car. Are you ready to discover what Benidorm has to offer?
Pepecar offers you the best prices to rent a car in Benidorm. Thanks to our search engine you will be able to find all our deals and compare between different companies to see which one is better to satisfy your needs and possibilities. With you rental car you are going to be able to move with total freedom on nearby locations. To make it easier for you, we recommend that you choose some of the following proposed routes if you want to enjoy Benidorm from minute one of your arrival.
We cannot avoid telling you one of the most important strengths of the city: the coast. Have you planned to enjoy the climate of the city and relax on the beach? Then, you should go to the most famous beaches in Benidorm: Levante Beach and Poniente Beach. Both of them are of great extent of sand, 2 to 3 kilometers approximately, a many activities for everyone. However, if you prefer a calmer place, we recommend that you go to the north of the coast. There, you will find many coves where you will be able to practice scuba diving and discover why the city is so famous.
Another possibility is to go to the Finestrat Cove, where you will learn about the past of Benidorm in the area of Tossal de la Cala. This place was an ancient Iberian settlement which keeps safe some parts of Benidorm’s history. Also, from this place, and at a distance of 10 kilometers, you will be in Puig Campana, one of the best ways to combine both mountain and beach on the very same day of travel.
For those who love medieval times, you will love visiting the castle of Guadalest or Bennisa, a small town vicinity of Benidorm. In Guadalest you are going to see a stronghold mixed with an arts and crafts district, where inhabitants of the area commerce with handmade objects of any kind with materials such as wood, leather, fur or feathers. In Bennisa you can visit the marvelous cliffs of the town. They are close to the sea, so the sights are worth the visit. Also, there is a beautiful gothic style church known as Purissima Xyqueta, where many ancient objects and Christian ornaments fill this place.
It is true that traveling with children is somehow difficult, as they might feel bored very frequently and easily. However, this is not going to be the case in Benidorm. First, families can enjoy the whole day at Aqualandia. It is the biggest aquatic theme park in Europe and the best place to go with your children, in case they tell you they are bored. Second, Terra Mítica is one of the most famous theme parks in Spain. It is not so far away from Benidorm, so you can go with your rental car. Both places are just the PLACES to go on holidays with your family and enjoy, relax and learn, all at the same time.
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