Located right on the coast of southern Spain, Benidorm is widely considered one of the most popular destinations in the country. The vast resort town offers everything a holidaymaker could dream of, from divine restaurants to indulgent cocktail bars. While you may have sorted things to do in the daytime, are you up to speed on the best activities once the sun goes down? We’ve put together this guide to Benidorm nightlife to help you make the most of the town’s evening entertainment.
Cocktails and Nibbles
Ideal for groups, Amigos Bar and Bistro is by far one of the most popular places to come for some grub and divine drinks. Located in Benidorm Old Town, the bar takes pride in delivering a moreish range of cocktails, local wines and ice cold beer on tap. Open till late everyday apart from Monday, this bar is a highlight for many visiting Benidorm.
Put on a Show
A must-see tradition in the Spanish city, the Benidorm Palace offers a guaranteed night of light-hearted entertainment. Running shows since 1977, the Palace has become the heart of live performance in Benidorm. Great value, and with an ever changing line-up of cabaret, comedy and dance; a dinner show here will be sure to blow you away.
For the Homesick
Yes, it’s English, but the Intimate Bar is so much fun it would be criminal not to include it on this list. Well known as the best place to let go and to release your inner diva, this establishment is the place to visit for some classic karaoke entertainment. The oldest karaoke bar in Benidorm’s Old Town, Intimate Bar boasts friendly staff, a buzzing atmosphere and endless good times.
Located right on the beach front, the Tiki Beach Bar is the only spot to be when the sun is shining. Live music, a great atmosphere and great value drinks have all helped to establish this bar as a hotspot on Benidorm’s coast. Come here to this straw hut bar to seek some shade from the sun, but stay for the jugs of delicious sangria.
If you want to head somewhere with a view, the Secret Fountain Roof Bar Garden is ideal. Situated on the top of the Hotel Marina, the bar is a welcome respite from the streets below and plays some great live music. The bar is usually quiet during the day, so it’s the ideal place to relax with a few cocktails after the beach, but the party really gets started when the sun goes down.
Benidorm nightlife is all about the fun, and from cabaret to karaoke these are the best places in the town to let your hair down. If you have a favourite bar in Benidorm, share your story by commenting below.