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Playa de Levante

Av. Madrid, Benidorm, Spain
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“lovely beach” (542 reviews)
“clean beach” (405 reviews)
“sand sculptures” (115 reviews)
Av. Madrid, Benidorm, Spain
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

We used this beech a lot as our hotel had no pool. Its very busy in July so if you want to be at the waters edge you need down early as it fills up eg. 8am!! The usual beds and umbrellas are available to...More

Thank helmena
Reviewed yesterday

There are lots of bars and restaurants in this area but the shore is full of rocks. Playa de poniente is better.

Thank Car0lCmartin
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

After heavy rain fall .all is not what it seems on lavante beach. Remember this when your kids are playing .Drain in to sea.

Thank Graham H
Reviewed 5 days ago

Absolutely lovely beach, clean and tidy and very very busy. Perfect. Levante Beach is on the the new town...with many places to eat along the front, and side road going away from the beach with plenty of shops and places to see.

Thank jantill27
Reviewed 5 days ago

Visited Playa de Levante this week with 3 friends, it a very clean beach with clear waters. It is very popular so quite crowded during the day, lots of sunbeds and parasols for rent if needed (4.5 euros per item) Don't recommend buying drinks or...More

Thank Gemma A
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

The beach was perfect, cleaned by the local authorities every night. The water temperature ideal in July for swimming. Only slight down side, slightly over crowded but still worth visiting.

Thank 175derekj
Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

It is a laid back place where you see many tourists (basically from out of Spain). Unlike other spanish beach resorts, they have Rio like skyscrapers on the sea front. Interesting, but not my cup of tea.

1  Thank aldoh429
Reviewed 6 days ago

Benidorm is known for being very hot in the summer and therefore this attracts many visitors from all over Europe although the visitors from the UK often outnumber other nationalities. The Spanish refer to Benidorm as a "Little Britain". With this in mind Benidorm plays...More

Thank Ian A
Reviewed 6 days ago

There are plenty of sun beds and parasols you are also close to all amenities,the cost of the sun beds and parasols are very resonable and are four euro each.

Thank _robertasterritt
Reviewed 1 week ago

The beach at Benidorm is fabulous. Clean, tons of sun loungers, lovely white soft sand, gorgeous blue sea, loads of bars and cafes close by

Thank Hannah D
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jl f
25 May 2017|
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Response from Penny S | Reviewed this property |
Port Benidorm is just off the sea front and the promenade so it is so easy for all the shops, restaurants and pubs
Emma S
7 May 2017|
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Response from pgbooth | Reviewed this property |
Hi there I have been recently to Benidorm if you stay clear of tiki beach bar you should be fine either down near Mc Donald s or up past the old town which you can walk about 20mins or the bus
20 March 2017|
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Response from besty58 | Reviewed this property |
The answer it is between the two beaches, The road Jose Antonio runs from one side, where the old town starts to the other side where the harbor starts at the Elche park entrance. the old town is on the point between the... More