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Benidorm's Old Town still charms, even more so because it's surrounded by the resort's ultra-modern malls and neon-lit bars. Head to the Old Town for its craft shops and stylish boutiques
Benidorm’s nightlife is legendary, from some of Spain's best cabaret bars to some of the continent's biggest and best clubs.
Situated on the outskirts of Benidorm Terra Mitica is Spain's largest theme park with its rides, shows, restaurants and shops. Rides like the Tizona, an inverted roller coaster that reaches speeds of 62mph and heights of more than 100ft and other attractions provide entertainment
For a quieter side of Costa Blanca visitors should head for the resorts of Denia, Javea and Calpe. Alicante is also worth a visit to see the impressive castle that towers over Alicante which was built by the Carthaginians in 400 BC and later used by the Romans and Moors. The fortress is massive surrounding moats, drawbridges, tunnels, cisterns and dungeons and a stately tower. Visitors can have a wonderful view of the bay and city from the top of the castle. In the Plaza de Santa Maria stands Alicante’s oldest building. Ironically it contains its most notable modern art collection donated by painter and sculptor Eusebio Sempere in 1977. Among the noteworthy paintings on display are those of Dali, Picasso, Calder and Miro that must be seen.