Golf in Benidorm
Benidorm currently is quite popular for families. Also, more and more elderly people from Northern Europe decide to stay in Benidorm during the winter. Benidorm has three major beaches: Playa de Levante, Playa de Poniente and Playa de Mal Pas. Aside from the beaches Benidorm is known for its palm-lined promenades, bars and rows of skyscrapers.
When visiting Benidorm make sure to visit Casco Antiguo (the Old Town), check out Benidorm Island via a glass-bottomed boat trip and snorkel around when you are there. If you are with kids, then head to Terra Mítica - one of Spain’s biggest theme parks - and Aqualandia which is a large water park. If you love nature, then drive up to Sierra Helada (Serra Gelada in Valencian). It provides the perfect retreat from the summer crowds. There are well-signposted hiking trails, including a stunning cliff walk. Last but not least, playing a round of golf in Benidorm is a good idea. There are a variety of 9 and 18 hole courses in close proximity of Benidorm.
Benidorm enjoys more than 3,000 hours of sunshine per year and the average annual temperature is around 19°C. The highest chance of rain can be experienced in mid to late Autumn. During the summer the maximum temperatures normally range from 28 to 32°C while the lows range from 20 to 24°C. In almost all of the summer months the minimum temperatures in Benidorm at night remain above 20°C (68 °F).
The best Benidorm golf courses within a radius of 30 km of Benidorm are Melia Villaitana Golf Club, Altea Club De Golf and Las Rejas Benidorm, the latter being a 9 hole golf course.