Benidorm is a seaside resort on the eastern coast of Spain, part of the Valencia region’s famed Costa Blanca. A tiny fishing village till the 1960s, it’s now a popular Mediterranean holiday destination known for its boisterous nightlife. Its 2 wide beaches, Playa Levante and Playa Poniente, are backed by palm–lined promenades, bars, and rows of skyscrapers. Benidorm is Costa Blanca’s major tourist resort with the capacity to cope adequately with over 500,000 tourists over the peak-season period. Six out of every ten visitors to the Valencian and Costa Blanca Region opt for Benidorm, and eight out of every ten who choose to stay in the province of Alicante lodge in Benidorm, in order to take full advantage of its irresistible promise of sun and sand.