The second part of my press trip to Benidorm. The last two days were pretty pact as well. I really enjoyed every activity we got to experience. There was actually a helicopter flight planned that unfortunately got cancelled last minute. But as you will see, that didn’t spoiled our fun times in Benidorm. Enjoy this last episode. There will be a video on my Youtube channel next! Don’t forget to subscribe to not miss any videos, here.
— Diving —
If I had to name my favorite activity of the trip, it would be the introduction diving at peacock island. It was my very first time, because I had this fear for the deep blue. Still have! But I am super proud that I took this opportunity! It was a lot of fun to visit the mysterious underwater world. It even made me consider to go for my padi!
— Aqualandia waterpark —
From the deep blue sea to the biggest waterpark of Europe: Aqualandia. We didn’t have much time to spend here, but Frederique and I made sure we captured a bikini shoot –> here.
There are so many fun slides to try out in this park. Everyone was having a good time here.
Address: Parque Natural Sierra Helada, Calle Sierra Helada, s/n, 03503 Benidorm
— Mundomar —
Right next to Aqualandia is the zoo: Mundomar. They gave us a little tour where we got to feed some animals. At the end we even had a little encounter with the dolphins. These are the most fascinating creatures on earth!
Address: C/ Sierra Helada, s/n, 03503 Benidorm
— Tapas tour —
What I love about Spain is tapas! I associate tapas with having a good time with friends. In Benidorm there is a tapas street.We tried 3 tapas restaurant that evening.
At the first restaurant we were standing there at the counter, pointing to all the deliciousness we wanted to try. I don’t really have a favorite in particular, because they’re all very tasty!
Note: you might notice that there are many tissues laying on the floor. Well, that’s a good sign! It’s a Spanish custom: when the food is great, you throw your tissue on the floor!
— Golf clinic —
A tour on golf course at Melia Villaitana. It was my very first golf experience, and we haven’t even played ourselves. I now understand why this is such an elite sport. It takes so much care to maintain a course.
After the tour we had some free time to hang around the hotel resort that looks like a little paradise. I could have stayed here the whole day .
address: Avenida Alcalde Eduardo Zaplana, 7, 03502 Benidorm
— Ulia restaurant —
Paella is a must eat when in Spain. At Restaurant Ulia we got treated to a delicious portion of their tasty dishes. The owner of this place was super sweet. We were sitting at the window, which has a nice view over Poniente beach.
address: Av. Vicente Llorca Alós, 15, 03502 Benidorm
— Terra Mitica Park —
I always wanted to have a fast pass to visit attractions in a theme park :) Not that we really needed one that day during off season, but still :D We started with a water slide that got us soaking wet. After that we tried a few more rollercoasters.
address: Partida del Moralet, s/n, 03502 Benidorm
— Villa Venecia Boutique Hotel —
Dining at a 5 star hotel promises a lot. Every dish (9 we had in total!) was exquisite, alongside the service. It was the perfect place for the last dinner of this trip.
address: Plaza San Jaume, 1, 03501 Benidorm
Special thanks to Visitbenidorm for organizing this awesome trip!