Visit The City Centre
Not so long ago, Benidorm was just a small fishing village; the historical centre that can be visited today is quite small compared to the dimensions of the areas built in more recent years. The main monuments and points of interest are enclosed by a few streets in the most elevated part of the town. They sit on a cliff that separates Playa the Levante and Playa de Poniente. This is the most panoramic spot in the town centre; around Plaza Santa Ana, (the main square in the casco antiguo) there are several viewpoints from where you can take the perfect picture of the coast. The most spectacular are the Mirador del Castillo and the Balcón del Mediterraneo located right on the cliff’s edge, just a few steps south of Plaza Santa Ana.