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Benidorm is already for years a popular gay destination. Good weather, excellent beaches and many gay bars and clubs will make sure that you will feel at home in Benidorm. The gay scene of Benidorm is considered as being one of the largest gay scene’s of Europe. Compared to Ibiza and Mykonos is Benidorm much more accessible, friendly and less expensive. Most gay bars are located in the Old Town of Benidorm. The beach of Raco Conil, a nude beach, is considered as gay beach. This beach is situated eight kilometers from Benidorm.


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Hotel RH Royal

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Hotel RH Royal, located in Benidorm, Spain, caters to adult guests seeking a comfortable stay. This hotel stands in the heart of the city, making it a convenient base for exploring. It's close to Levante Beach, just a 400-meter walk away. You'll find

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Gastrohotel Boutique Canfali

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Gastrohotel Boutique Canfali, located in Benidorm, Spain, offers a range of facilities catering to diverse tastes and preferences. This hotel sits in the Old Town area, known for its historical charm and proximity to popular tourist attractions. One of the key features of the hotel is its rooftop terrace, which provides panoramic views of the Mediterranean Sea and Benidorm's skyline. For dining, t
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Hotel Roca Mar

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Hotel Roca Mar stands in the bustling heart of Benidorm, Spain, known for its popular beaches and entertainment options. This hotel positions you close to Levante Beach, just a 10-minute walk away. Levante Beach, famous for its clear waters and sandy shores, offers a variety of water sports and beachside activities. In terms of facilities, Hotel Roca Mar provides several amenities to enhance yo
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Hotel Queens

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Hotel Queens is in Benidorm, Spain, situated in the heart of the town. This location places you close to both the Levante Beach and Poniente Beach, each just a short walk away. You'll find Balcon del Mediterraneo, a renowned viewpoint, also within easy reach. The hotel offers essential facilities for a comfortable stay. These include a restaurant, a bar, and a rooftop terrace. You get access to


  • Why travel to Benidorm?
  • Benidorm is a city in Spain that is very popular for a short vacation, especially because they have a beach that’s easy to find and easy to walk along. It’s a popular vacation spot for most of Europe, and it’s even growing in popularity in America.
    There are many gay-friendly accommodations in Benidorm, but because of the way the city is growing, the gay-friendly places may not be as prevalent as they once were.
    You may see gay couples in public, but the gay-friendly places in Benidorm are not as popular as they once were. You will see more gay couples by the beach and around the town.

  • What are the most important holidays & closing days?
  • If you are planning a gay-friendly trip to Benidorm, Spain, you should know that the city has a number of events that take place throughout the year. A few examples include the Carnaval de Benidorm, one of the world’s largest gay-friendly events, and the Benidorm International Film Festival.
    Also, the Purim Benidorm is a week-long series of parties and performances celebrating Benidorm’s Jewish population. The Lluna Festa is a three-day street festival with live music, bullfights, and dancing.

  • When is the best time to travel to Benidorm, Spain?
  • Benidorm is a city in Spain located in the autonomous community of Valencian. With a population of about 83,000 inhabitants, it is the second-largest city in the province of Alicante. The climate is warm all year, with an average temperature of 18 ° C.
    In the summer, the temperature rises to more than 40 ° C, but the beach is not far. The seawater is very warm, and the Mediterranean breeze makes the hottest part of the day more bearable.
    There is a reason why Benidorm attracts so many visitors from all over the world. It is a city that brings together the whole package of sun, sea, and sand, with its population of foreign holidaymakers rising in the summer months.
    With its gorgeous beaches and nightlife, Benidorm is a must for anyone holidaying in Spain. The best time to visit is in the summer when the city is at its busiest, and the weather is at its most enjoyable.

  • What are the general opening- and closing hours of shops/museums?
  • Opening hours of shops in Benidorm are normally 10-22 or 11-14. Closing hours are normally 6-22 or 9-14. However, it can depend on the day of the week and on the shop. In Benidorm, there are normally no closing hours on Sunday.

  • How far is the nearest airport from Benidorm, Spain?
  • If you are planning a trip to Benidorm, Spain, you should know that it is located about 80 miles south of Barcelona, about an hour’s drive from the airport. There are also buses that run from the airport to the city, and rental car agencies are available.

  • How do I get from the airport to my hotel?
  • If you are traveling to Benidorm for the first time, it’s no surprise that you will want to know how to get from the airport to your hotel.
    While there are a few different ways that you can get to your hotel, the easiest is to either get a taxi or to get the bus from the airport.

  • How do I get from the central train station to my hotel?
  • If you are coming from the UK, you must first take a flight to Alicante, in Spain. From Alicante, you will then take a 20-minute bus ride on the A2 bus line to Benidorm (This leaves every 30 minutes).
    The bus will take you directly to the bus station in Benidorm, which is just a few short blocks from the train station. You will simply walk out the main entrance from the train station and follow the walking path down the street until you reach the end, where you will see a large, blue fountain. Turn left, and in no time, you will arrive at your hotel.

  • Is it easy to find a parking spot in Benidorm?
  • For Benidorm, parking can be an issue, especially in the busy tourist season. It’s not difficult to find a parking spot in Benidorm, but it can be difficult to find a free one.
    Parking is limited in the centre of Benidorm, and the town’s parking spaces are in high demand. If you are driving, the best way to find a parking spot in Benidorm is to use an off-street parking facility.

  • Is it easy to use public transport in Benidorm?
  • A city that offers more than just beaches, there is plenty to do in Benidorm, Spain. For example, public transportation is easy to use and cheap to ride.
    The main bus station is located downtown near the city center, so if you ever need to get to the beach, you don’t need to rely on a taxi or rental car.
    The buses are cheap, and a bus pass will only cost you about $7 per day. The city has taxi service, too. You can also catch a cab at the train station. Taxis aren’t too expensive, either, and you won’t have to wait long for a cab.

  • What are the main attractions of Benidorm?
  • If you’re traveling to Benidorm, Spain, then you’ll want to be sure to visit some of the best places to see. Many of the city’s best attractions are located on the beach, including the popular and well-known Terra Mítica Theme Park. The Terra Mítica theme park is the largest theme park in Spain and has six different themed areas that include the Roman Empire, the American Frontier, the Far East, the Middle Ages, the Mediterranean, and the future. The theme park offers rides, shows, restaurants, and attractions.

  • Which hotels are near the Benidorm?
  • Are you looking for a spot where the gays love to go? Then look no further than sunny Benidorm, Spain. It’s known for its beaches and parties, and it’s a top destination for the LGBT community. But that’s not all there is to do here; the city is actually pretty rich in history. Gastrohotel Boutique RH Canfali, Helios Benidorm, Hotel Cimbel, and Hotel Voramar are a few of our favorite places to stay when visiting the Spanish city.

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