The Club and Nightlife Scene in Benidorm
Benidorm has been attracting tourists since the early 1960s. This formerly quiet seaside town has become a symbol of the Mediterranean nightlife, and its impressive skyline attests to the rapid development which Benidorm has undergone. Over 3 miles of golden sandy beaches await the visitor, along with accommodation to suit all budgets, pleasant palm tree-lined avenues along the seafront, and hundreds of bars and restaurants where you can sample the best of the Spanish gastronomy.
Large numbers of visitors visit the city with the idea of going clubbing in Benidorm for a week or two. However, and given that there are almost 1,000 bars and clubs in the city, it is very important that you plan your Benidorm night-clubbing itinerary. By doing some research beforehand you will be able to make the most of your holiday. The following are some suggestions that may be useful to those thinking of going clubbing in Benidorm for a week.
You could plan your nights out according to a specific theme. The arge number of entertainment venues existing in Benidorm makes it possible that visitors can spend an Irish, Dutch, Spanish, and German-themed night while visiting the numerous dedicated venues. The best way to start a night out is by selecting a pub, like Vincent’s Corner (one of the oldest in town) or The Shamrock, where you can take advantage of happy hours, ladies’ nights, and other offers. These pubs tend to close around 2am. After that time, you can head towards Benidorm Square, one of the hottest spots for nightlife and clubbing in the area. All you have to do is choose which type of music you feel like dancing to, and whether it is R&B, dance, trance, hip hop, or retro, you are guaranteed to find a place that suits your interests.
Another option is to choose the type of party you are in the mood of attending. Again, the best options are in Benidorm Square, where you will find foam parties, raves, and everything in between. Parties at Benidorm Square do not kick in until 2 or 3am, but you can easily do a pub crawl until that time, as most drinking and entertainment venues are located in or around Benidorm Square. Party venues in this area stay open all night and well into the morning, with most of them closing at approximately 8am. Some clubbing suggestions include the acclaimed Club Ku, which features an outdoor swimming pool and some of the best Djs in Europe, Club Manssion, known for offering one of the most intense clubbing experiences in the area, and fancy Penelope, where the only requirement to have fun is to dress as sexy as you can while dancing to well-known house anthems.