By June 7, 2013 Read More →

Family Holidays in Benidorm: Ways to Spend your Days

Short haul holidays are ideal for parents travelling with tots and toddlers. Just over an hour’s flight away from all UK airports, holidays in Benidorm are spot on for broods who want to take to the skies but get to feel the sand between their toes as quickly as possible.

When you want to get away from the humdrum of daily life, your workload and that dreaded school timetable, Benidorm is the perfect place for an active sunny sojourn with your nearest and dearest.

As well its two blue flag beaches – the Levante and the Poniente – Benidorm has a huge selection of attractions and events on offer to ensure that little ones are kept occupied during your time away. While digging for treasure and building sandcastles will definitely be on the youngsters’ list of priorities, there’s nothing better than adding a special spark of adventure into the mix.

The main issue is choosing which of the attractions to add into your agenda. Mundomar is a marinelife centre with a difference, providing parents the opportunity to introduce their little ones to sealife centres, including the infamous dolphin swim.

No family getaway is complete without a trip to a waterpark and Aqualandia is sure to add that adrenaline fix into your break away. With over 15 chutes, flumes and pools – from the thrilling Black Hole to the tots’ Adventureland – Aqualandia never fails to please every member of the clan.

With enough splashtime shenanigans to shake a stick at, it’s good to know that Benidorm holidays also have plenty of land based fun for little ones on offer. Both the Terra Mitica theme park and Benidorm Circus are open throughout peak season, offering an alternative form of daytime entertainment.

Whether you’re a tot, a tween, a teen, or simply a big kid, holidays in Benidorm have all the ingredients you need for an unforgettable summer holiday 2013.

NOTE: This guest post is primarily directed towards our UK and European readers.

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