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tBenidorm is one of the best known Spanish cities in Europe due to its wide range of tourist attractions. Last year, it was the fifth most visited destination in our country. Where to Enjoy the Best Views in Benidorm?

This is largely due to its nightlife, beaches and the fact that it has 300 days of sunshine a year. LOCK & enjoy! reveals where you can enjoy the best views of Benidorm so you can go and admire them for yourself.

Benidorm’s Best Viewpoints

We are going to tell you about the best viewpoints in this town. If you are going to spend the day in town and don’t want to carry your backpacks, don’t worry. LOCK & enjoy! has lockers in Benidorm, so you can store your luggage while you enjoy the wide range of leisure activities that the city has to offer.

Mirador de la Cruz

It’s one of the most spectacular places to admire the town and it’s located in the Sierra Helada Natural Park. The iconic cross on this site was put up in 1961 to redeem the city from its sins.

You have probably seen a photo or reel of someone you know on Instagram or Facebook at this viewpoint. If you decide to go, you will be rewarded with magnificent views over Benidorm. The skyscrapers, beach and surrounding mountains will stand before you.

We recommend you do the 5-kilometre route in comfortable clothes and trainers and, above all, don’t go in the middle of August as temperatures are very high.

Balcón del Mediterráneo

This viewpoint is one of the most popular attractions due to its proximity to the city centre. Once you go down the stairs, you will catch a glimpse of the top beaches in Benidorm: Levante and Poniente, one on each side. This is the place in the middle, where you can enjoy wonderful views of the town.

We recommend visiting at sunrise or sunset to appreciate its incredible colours and take beautiful pictures. You will also discover that magic, music and art merge in this area, as there are many local artists painting or playing local musical instruments.

Hotel Madeira Centro

The city of Benidorm offers a range of hotels for all kinds of visitors and tastes. Many of these establishments have large terraces that also act as viewpoints. One of the best is the 20th floor of the Hotel Madeira Centro, very close to the city centre.

You don’t have to be a guest of the hotel to enjoy it. At LOCK & enjoy!, we encourage you to go up to this floor and have a drink or a beer on its magnificent terrace while you admire the town.

Boat Ride

You don’t have to climb high to get a good view of Benidorm. On both the Levante and Poniente beaches, there are several companies that offer boat trips.

From the boat, you can admire one of the most scenic views of the city. Its crystal clear waters, skyscrapers and bustling crowds create a picture-perfect scene.

D-Vora Restaurant

This restaurant is one of the most well-known in the area. It has a very cosy interior, ideal for families and couples who want to spend a romantic evening together. In addition, it offers a wide variety of dishes for all tastes, including local products.

However, its charm goes far beyond. It has an outside area with views that attracts many diners throughout the day. On its terrace you can have breakfast, lunch or dinner practically on the shores of the Mediterranean Sea. At LOCK & enjoy!, we suggest you book in advance to secure a good table.

Gran Hotel Bali

At 186 metres, it’s the tallest building in Benidorm, Spain, and even in all of Europe. The hotel has 52 floors where thousands of people are accommodated throughout the year.

The whole building is impressive, but it’s greatest attraction is the terrace on the 50th and 51st floors. Besides, e views cannot be compared to any other viewpoint in the town, as it’s the tallest building. For hotel guests, the entrance fee is €2.50 and for visitors the price is €6, including a drink.

Come to Benidorm and enjoy the most famous viewpoints! At LOCK & enjoy!, we have lockers in the city where you can leave your luggage. Find your nearest lockers and book.

Rocío Santos

Graduated in Tourism from the University of Seville, this professional has over 15 years of experience in managing tourism events. Specializing in planning and organization, she has worked in diverse environments, creating successful experiences for clients. Her combination of education and experience makes her an expert in her field.