Benidorm is a city in the Region of Valencia, and is located in the Marina Baja district, in the province of Alicante, around 50 kilometres north along the coast from the city of Alicante itself. Thanks to its beaches, its nightlife and its skyscrapers, Benidorm is one of the most important and best-known tourist destinations in the whole of the Mediterranean. It has a population of 67,627 inhabitants. You can reach the city by road from the N-332 and the AP-7 motorway. Due to its privileged location, the city benefits from a unique microclimate, with mild, temperate winters and summers cooled by the sea breeze, allowing visitors to enjoy the natural beauty of a countryside which the modern and comfortable city has wisely protected during its development. Its particular geographic layout means that the surrounding mountains: Sierra Helada, to the east Sierra Cortina and the Puig Campana to the north and the Tossal de la Cala to the west, protect the city from winds which could otherwise affect its mild climate. Before Benidorm developed into the bustling town it is today, its charm was due to its location, on the Mediterranean coast, facing south and overlooking a beautiful bay, with the rocky spur of the castle splitting it in two. The other cardinal directions are protected by various mountain ranges which block the prevailing winds from the east and the colder winds from the north, meaning that Benidorm enjoys an extremely mild microclimate, especially in spring, winter and autumn, with noticeably higher temperatures than the rest of the Mediterranean coast and with seawater temperatures which allow for swimming all year round. Benidorm´s main attraction lies in its blue flag beaches, the blue flag being the highest distinction that can be bestowed by the European Union. These three beaches are: Levante, Poniente and Mal Pas, along with the small Tío Chimo cove. Its busy and varied nightlife also attracts many visitors to the city.
- Living Area: 57.51 m²