There is no doubt that we love to share moments and experiences through social networks, especially when we are on holiday. As a matter of fact, once the trip is over, what better way is there to relive those moments than through photographs? The images captured throughout those days become small treasures that allow us to move to moments of the past, moments that fill us with happiness. That is why in the following article we will show you the most instagrammable corners of Benidorm, one of the most visited destinations on the Costa Blanca, so that your memories are unforgettable, and your photos too.

The Balcony of the Mediterranean

Located on the Canfali hill in Benidorm, the Balcony of the Mediterranean is one of the spots of reference of the city. It is a meeting point in the shape of a pentagon that offers spectacular views over the bay, the immensity of the Mediterranean Sea and the urban skyline of this town.

The Tossal de la Cala

Located on a 100-meter-high hill, the Tossal de La Cala is one of the most spectacular corners of Benidorm, where you can enjoy a skyline on the beach, with the silhouette of all the emblematic buildings and the mountains in the background.

Levante and Poniente Beaches

Playa Levante is one of the best known urban beaches in Europe. It is more than 2 kilometres long, it runs between Punta Pinet and Punta Canfali and is ideal for taking photos of sunrises and sunsets. Likewise, the 3-kilometre-long Poniente Beach with crystalline and blue waters located on the other side of the Balcony of the Mediterranean, is perfect for capturing the most paradisical photos.

Punta del Cavall or l’Escaleta

Beyond the city of Benidorm, but within the municipality, we find a small asphalt route that runs between the sea and the mountains and that takes us to Punta del Cavall or de l’Escaleta, a corner where there are the remains of the Torre de la Escaleta or Torre de les Caletes and where you can see the cliffs of the mountains and their immense stone walls.

The Benidorm Island

At 2.5 nautical miles from the harbour of the town, we can find the Island of Benidorm or l’Illa as the locals call it. It is a rocky formation in the shape of a triangle that has a cliff about 70 meters high where in the past there were lighthouses. Today it is considered a paradise for divers and fishermen due to the richness of its seabed, and various excursions are organized.

The viewpoint of the Cross of Benidorm

If you want to capture the best views of the city, the viewpoint of the Cross of Benidorm is your place. It is located at an altitude of 217 meters at the top of the Serra Gelada Natural Park, and it is one of the most magical places of the locality from where you can see spectacular panoramic views of the city, the coast and its mountains.

The terrace of The Agir Springs Hotel

A last instagrammable corner is the Rooftop Pool at The Agir Springs Hotel, where you can enjoy spectacular views, as well as relax and refresh yourself from the top of Benidorm while sipping your favourite cocktail.