Elvis Por Favor

Elvis en coche

‘Elvis in Benidorm’ Festival in April The organisers of the biggest – and successful – Elvis Festival in the world (Porthcawl’s!) chose Benidorm to set up the Elvis Festival: “Elvis Por Favor!”  Three days of poolside parties, open mike showcases, Continue reading

Fallas Benidorm 2014

The Fallas are the city of Valencia’s main fiestas, although they are also celebrated in other cities and towns of the Valencian Community. Benidorm, its touristic capital, has been hosting them for over 30 years, when groups of Valencians created Continue reading

Its Carnival Time in Benidorm

Carnival is celebrated every year in most Spanish towns and, as it is to be expected, Benidorm holds its own. Last year 2013 about 2000 people participated in the city’s parade, which is organized by the Association de Penyes Verge Continue reading

Patron Saint Festivals Benidorm 2013

Once again it is nearly time for Benidorm’s Major Fiestas.  This year they are starting on Friday 9th until Wednesday 13th November, and on Thursday 14th the British community will celebrate a Fancy Dress After-Party on the area known as Continue reading

Moors & Christians Festival Benidorm 2013

Benidorm is a town where the fiestas have acquired a special significance and the numerous celebrations taking place throughout the year are a major attraction for those who visit.  In early October, Benidorm celebrates its Moors and Christians Fiestas. The Moors and Christians Continue reading

Benidorm Celebrates Gay Pride

This year again Benidorm hosts the Gay Pride Celebrations this is the third year running. Starting Friday 13th of September 2013 and will last until Sunday 15th. It is organized by the Benidorm Gay Business Association together with the Lesbians, Gays, Continue reading

Guadalest, the most visited village in Spain

Even though it counts with only 240 inhabitants, El Castell de Guadalest (commonly known as ‘Guadalest’) it is the most visited village in all Spain. There is obviously a reason (or many) for this: Its spectacular geography makes it unique. Continue reading

Photo exhibition of Benidorm on the 50′s and 60′s

Benidorm used to be a small fishing village until it reached the tourist boom during the 60s decade. It was then, with a new urban reorganization, the arrival of the bikini and the momentum of campaigns that presented this municipality Continue reading