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For a chunky lass it's a trek. . when reached the top and got breath back it's amazing. stunning views and a place of peace in the middle of busy Benidorm. was quite breezy when we were there but that didn't mar our trip. So...More
Take a slow steady walk up the hill in the old town it is well worth the effort the place and views are both fantastic it is kept in immaculate condition and a place I visit often sit outside and enjoy a leisurely lunch an...More
We walked up to find this from Levante Beach and it was so worth it when we got there.
We were lucky to have a guitarist playing when we arrived which added a little piece of Spanish magic to the moment.
So picturesque and beautiful....More
Placa del Castell is my favourite place to take in the views of both the Levante & Poinente Bays. The views are just breathtaking, especially on a clear day.
I could sit up there for hours if my children allowed it, Lol!! It's so relaxing...More
I was staying in a holtel on the seafront an decided to take a walk up into the old town,a friend of ours ask would we like to have a cocktail an walked us up to this beautiful spot placa del castell . What can...More
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The Placa del Castell
The two main beaches are divided by the headland where the castle once stood. A fort stood here until 1812 when the British and Spanish troops blew it up whilst expelling the French. Here you will find... More
The Placa del Castell
The two main beaches are divided by the headland where the castle once stood. A fort stood here until 1812 when the British and Spanish troops blew it up whilst expelling the French. Here you will find the Placa del Castell with a beautiful balony and viewpoint. From here you can see the expanse of both sides of Benidorm. As you look out to sea, behind you is the church and a couple of monuments.
In the Placa del Castell area there are some fine cannons that used to stand in the fort, along with a monument to those lost at sea.
There are often musicians performing in the plaza and it's quite common for people to be dancing to the music. There's a fine restaurant with all day sun on the terrace.