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Benidorm is the best-known resort on this lovely stretch of coastline, and while it is renowned as a party destination, it also has a long history that is reflected in some of the beautiful architecture found nestling in the ancient part of town.

Benidorm boasts no fewer than three beaches, all of which have different characters. Levante is right in the heart of the town and is a busy, bustling place equipped with plenty of jet skis and a decent promenade. Further west is Poniente, which has a more laid-back feel. To get away from the crowds, head for Malpas, which has more privacy afforded by a rock screen and as such is an ideal place to catch some rays in comparative peace.

As the sun goes down, Benidorm wakes up. In the older parts of town, the delightful scent of various tapas fills the air. For a good comedy scene, the Levant area should be your destination of choice, and there are any number of clubs, bars and live music venues dotted throughout the resort as a whole.

The sophisticated resort of Alicante is just forty minutes away by car from Benidorm, and here you will discover a wonderful medieval castle, plenty of museums and galleries and a lovely marina. This town is formed of lots of prettily winding streets that connect at sunny plazas where you will find a wealth of shops and cafes.

Javea is a port town that sits beneath Montego Mountain between Alicante and Valencia. This resort truly is a little piece of heaven and is the ideal place to experience the real traditional Spain. Quaint it may be, but this is still a place that knows how to show its visitors a good time, and after dark you will be treated to a thriving live music scene, plus live flamenco shows and any number of tapas cafes and family-run bars and restaurants. . The beaches are clean and safe too, so ideal for families with younger children, and there is a choice of sandy or pebbly surfaces, so you should be able to find the perfect spot for your own particular taste.

Spain has a climate that is typically Mediterranean. The temperature reaches its highest point in the months of July and August, when the mercury often hovers near the thirty-degree mark. The spring and autumn are mild compared to the UK, and these are good times to visit if you are planning a more active holiday.
 

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