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Christmas & New Year In Benidorm

  • Duration: 14 days
  • Board Basis: Half Board
  • Tour Ref: D2T16096

Holiday Summary

  • Travel Type: Coach

14 days

14 Days Away - 2022

With its warmer weather and picturesque beaches, Benidorm is a fabulous place to spend Christmas and New Year! Swap the hustle and bustle of the festive season with Christmas Day and New Year’s Eve gala dinners at our lovely hotel, along with included excursions to some of the prettiest resorts and towns along Spain’s Costa Blanca.

PRICE FROM ? £1149 per person
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What's Included?

  • Return coach travel and ferry crossings
  • First and last night on a bed and breakfast basis in France
  • 9 nights at the 3-star Pueblo Hotel, Benidorm with full board (includes gala dinners on Christmas Day and New Year’s Eve)
  • Additional overnight stay on outward and return journey with dinner and breakfast on the Costa Brava
  • Entertainment some evenings
  • Free excursion to Valencia
  • Free excursion to Denia & Javea
  • Free excursion to Guadalest
  • Free time in Benidorm
  • Services of a resort representative

    Optional excursion to Alicante £15pp

Benidorm

Benidorm

Benidorm is one of Spain’s most popular seaside resorts. Situated on the Costa Blanca (White Coast), in the sunny south-east of the country, Benidorm is a fantastic year-round destination with hot summers and mild winters.

Benidorm was just a small fishing village until the 1960s when it began to grow into the Mediterranean holiday ‘mecca’ we see today. It offers golden, sandy beaches (the two main beaches are Levante Beach and Poniente Beach), palm tree-lined promenades, recreational activities, shops, cafés, bars and restaurants as well as a thriving nightlife.

Perched on a promontory, between the two main beaches, stands the beautiful Old Town. Wander through the maze of narrow, cobbled streets and alleyways, browse the quaint boutiques or enjoy some local tapas. Don’t miss the 18th-century Church of San Jaime with its blue dome or the panoramic sea views from the Balcony of the Mediterranean.

Costa Blanca

Costa Blanca

Spain’s Costa Blanca is a popular holiday destination. With sandy beaches, charming towns and vibrant resorts stretching along its Mediterranean coastline, there’s something to suit every taste.

Valencia

Valencia is one of Spain’s oldest cities with a treasure trove of historical and cultural attractions.

The country’s third largest city is a place of contrasts with a charming Old Town of cobbled streets and medieval buildings sitting next to futuristic buildings. With a lovely cathedral, attractive parks and gardens and fine beaches, there’s plenty to see and do.

 

Alicante

Alicante is home to the largest medieval fortress in Spain; the Castle of Santa Barbara which stands atop Mount Benacantil offering wonderful views of the town and harbour. The famous Esplanada de España is a beautiful, palm tree-lined quayside promenade with wavy marble tiles, while the marina with its luxury yachts is a great place to find cafés, bars and restaurants. There are also parks, beaches and coves to explore.

 

Murcia

The beautiful city of Murcia stands on the River Segura and has a rich history with many areas evoking its Moorish past. Parts of the Moorish city wall can also still be seen in different parts of Murcia's historic quarter with its narrow streets and picturesque plazas. The city’s most famous landmark is the stunning baroque cathedral while another architectural gem is the Episcopal Palace.

 

Denia

Situated at the foot of a hill crowned by a Moorish castle, is the delightful town of Denia. As well as the castle which offers beautiful views from its rocky crag, Denia also boasts well-preserved ancient walls and bastions, a magnificent marina full of plush yachts and plenty of shops, bars, cafés and restaurants.

 

Javea

Overlooked by the impressive mountain Montgo Massif, the port town of Javea has remained attractively unspoilt and still has the charm of the fishing village it once was, with a historic quarter of white-washed buildings and narrow streets with the beautiful church of San Bartolomé as its centrepiece. With beautiful beaches and coves, a fishing harbour and attractive marina as well as plenty of shops, bars and restaurants, this little gem is not to be missed.

 

Guadalest

Standing inland and perched precariously on the top of a granite mountain is Guadalest. This small, picturesque village overlooks the valley carved out by the river from which it takes its name and offers some stunning views. The old village and castle are accessed through a tunnel carved from the rock and there are also a number of small, quirky museums and craft shops, perfect for souvenir shopping.

Calpe

Boasting a dramatic headland and azure waters lapping against golden sands, picture-postcard Calpe is one of the most idyllic spots on Spain’s coastline.  Once a small fishing village, remains of the past can be seen across the town, from the historic quarter bordered by the 15th-century walls to the remains of the Roman Baths. Enjoy a stroll through the peaceful Marina or if you’re up for a challenge, tackle the climb to the top of Rock of Ifach Nature Reserve to discover the spectacular views.  

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Accommodation

Pueblo Hotel, Benidorm Pueblo Hotel, Benidorm

The Pueblo Hotel is situated in the centre of Benidorm, just a few minutes’ walk from the golden sands of Levante beach. The hotel offers excellent facilities and a warm welcome.

Hotel Features: Bedrooms with en-suite facilities, satellite TV and private balcony ● Restaurant ● Two bars ● Sun terraces ● Garden ● Covered, heated swimming pool ● Free Wi-Fi throughout the hotel ● Lift Back to top