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Today’s Forecast

Today in Benidorm, improving during the day:the sky will clear.

Temperatures will vary between 12 and 15°C.

The reliability of the situation is excellente.

3:00 to 6:00

13°
Feels Like 10°

NE
15 km/h

Gust 25 km/h

Very cloudy sky with short clear periods.

Risk of showers.
Risk of rain

40 %

This morning

12°
Feels Like 10°

NE
25 km/h

Gust 35 km/h

Several clouds, but also several good sunny periods.
Risk of showers.
Risk of rain

40 %

This afternoon

15°
Feels Like 14°

NE
20 km/h

Gust 35 km/h

Sunny periods and passing clouds, sometimes heavy.
Risk of showers at the start of the afternoon.
Risk of rain

30 %

This evening

12°
Feels Like 11°

NE
10 km/h

Gust 25 km/h

Good weather with few clouds.

No risk of rain

Night

11°
Feels Like 10°

Calm

Gust 10 km/h

Good weather with few clouds.
No risk of rain


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Expert opinion

Today in Benidorm, improving during the day:the sky will clear.
Very cloudy. But clear spells will become more and more widespread. Risk of showers in the morning, possibility of showers in the afternoon. Moderate winds.

The reliability of the situation is excellente.

Temperatures will vary between 12 and 15°C.

Tonight, changeable skies becoming less cloudy.
No precipitation. Light winds.

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Benidorm, Alicante, Spain – Weather Forecast

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Today

14°C / 13°C

light rain

sunrise: 08:00
call: 17:39

humidity: 74%
wind: 9 m/s
dew point: 9°C
pressure: 1012 mbar

probability of precipitation: 96%

Cloudy: 68%

Saturday

14°C / 12°C

light rain

sunrise: 08:01
call: 17:39

humidity: 65%
wind: 6 m/s
dew point: 7°C
pressure: 1009 mbar

probability of precipitation: 58%

Cloudy: 45%

Sunday

16°C / 14°C

light rain

sunrise: 08:01
call: 17:39

humidity: 72%
wind: 5 m/s
dew point: 10°C
pressure: 1010 mbar

probability of precipitation: 43%

Cloudy: 87%

Monday

16°C / 15°C

overcast

sunrise: 08:02
call: 17:39

humidity: 70%
wind: 4 m/s
dew point: 10°C
pressure: 1016 mbar

probability of precipitation: 14%

cloudy: 94%

Tuesday

17°C / 15°C

cloudy with clear spells

sunrise: 08:03
call: 17:39

humidity: 67%
wind: 5 m/s
dew point: 11°C
pressure: 1010 mbar

probability of precipitation: 0%

Cloudy: 51%

Wednesday

17°C / 15°C

overcast

sunrise: 08:04
call: 17:39

humidity: 56%
wind: 4 m/s
dew point: 7°C
pressure: 1010 mbar

probability of precipitation: 8%

cloudy: 100%

Thursday

17°C / 13°C

light rain

sunrise: 08:05
call: 17:39

humidity: 45%
wind: 9 m/s
dew point: 4°C
pressure: 1010 mbar

probability of precipitation: 39%

Cloudy: 8%

Friday

16°C / 12°C

overcast

sunrise: 08:06
call: 17:39

humidity: 45%
wind: 5 m/s
dew point: 3°C
pressure: 1014 mbar

probability of precipitation: 15%

Cloudy: 86%

Benidorm, Costa Blanca: an unusual capital.

Part 1. Spain in Russian

Like in an oasis

First of all, Benidorm, which is, without a doubt, perhaps the most cosmopolitan city in Spain, where almost all the major nations of Europe, Africa, Asia and Latin America are represented, attracts not only immigrants, but also residents of other regions of Spain with its unique microclimate – the mildest on the entire Mediterranean coast of the country.

On land, the city is almost completely surrounded by high mountains, protecting it from sudden changes in temperature and cold winds. In winter, the air temperature rarely drops below 14-15 ºC – and although it doesn’t happen year after year, in December and January you can see Spanish adults and children splashing in the sea and older generations sunbathing under the gentle sun than wrapping themselves in blankets from bad weather. It happens that a couple of times during the winter night temperatures still fall below zero here, but such a catastrophe (-2–3 ºC) can be easily survived with air conditioners or heaters.

In January 2017, when snow fell for the first time in 32 years in Denia and for the first time in 103 years in Torrevieja, nothing in Benidorm spoke of the cataclysm that happened here two centuries ago; the exact date, due to the lack of official meteorological studies, will not be remembered even by the old-timers. But, traveling in January-February on a regular bus from Madrid to Benidorm through Albacete, you can, as if by magic, get from a snowstorm to the kingdom of palms and flowers, where nothing reminds of winter.

In summer, the climate of Benidorm, where the sun shines for about 320 days a year and 3-4 times a year, from May to September, it rains, sometimes with a thunderstorm, is not much different from the traditional Mediterranean climate, with the only difference being that the water temperature in July can reach 27–28ºC, and the air warms up to 36–38ºC.

Almost everywhere

In favor of Benidorm is its convenient transport connection with the main transport hubs in Spain. Most often, tourists and owners of local real estate fly to Alicante Airport, from where a direct bus service to the city is organized. The trip on a special bus lasts 45–50 minutes, and its final destination is the Benidorm bus station, in fairness it must be said that it is located at a considerable distance from the center, about 25–30 minutes on foot.

An alternative to the bus, if you do not take into account the rather expensive taxi (€60-80 depending on the day of the week and time of day), is another local rarity – the so-called tram (a hybrid of a tram and an electric train, a kind of “light rail”), which takes you to the center of Benidorm in an hour and a half. True, it should be borne in mind that you will have to get to it (the final stop of Luceros) by city bus line C-6 (25–30 minutes), and the last “tram” on ordinary days leaves already at 22.11.

At the same time, buses arrive at the Benidorm bus station not only from the three main cities of Spain: Madrid (5. 5-6 hours), Barcelona (6.5-8 hours) and Valencia (1.45 hours – in the latter case with an enviable regularity, although if you do not first study the schedule, there is a risk of either getting stuck at the bus station for a couple of hours, or an extra hour and a half to shake on the bus, which will make stops in all small coastal towns on its way), but also from Bilbao, Seville, Zaragoza, Almeria, as well as to Lisbon, Paris, Bucharest, Kyiv and other foreign destinations.

The easiest way to get around Benidorm itself is by rented or own car, although thanks to a very developed network of public bus transport, you can not only be anywhere in the city, but also get to the nearby settlements: Altea, La Nucia, Guadalest, Finestrat, Villajoyos and other. The full schedule of city and suburban buses of Benidorm is published on the official website of the local company, although it does not always correspond to reality. But the price of a ticket within the city has been fixed for more than a year – € 1. 5.

“All countries are visiting us” … one is much more than

In principle, the whole of Benidorm “from and to” can be driven in 20-25 minutes, since it is much narrower in width than in length, and all main highways run parallel to the coast. It is generally accepted that the city is divided into three main areas: Levante, Centro and Poniente (Poniente), although the latter is closely adjacent to Cala de Finestrat, and then Cala de la Villajoyosa. And although the last two microdistricts are not included in the official city limits, they have long been considered part of Benidorm – and far from the worst.

Those who are looking for peace and tranquility, fresh air and unity with nature, make a choice in favor of these “islands of serenity”, where squirrels jump on palm trees, and rabbits come in the morning to drink water in local parks. This part of the city is the most diverse in terms of nationalities living here – there are quite a lot of representatives of the countries of the ex-USSR and Eastern Europe, and it is not surprising that one of the so-called “Russian shops” with goods from Russia, Ukraine, Bulgaria, Romania, Germany is located here. and, of course, Spain.

In general, the cosmopolitan essence of the tourist capital of the Costa Blanca is reflected even in the street names that correspond to different cities and countries of the world: Moscow, Amsterdam, Romania, Hamburg, Stockholm, Malta, London …

The Poniente area is mostly inhabited by Spaniards, many of whom began to buy real estate and building land in the middle of the last century, when Benidorm was just beginning to develop as a tourist center of the province. The vast majority of houses here are located on the first and second lines of the beach, although the municipal authorities have decided to build on vacant land. At the same time, the most tidbit has already been given for the construction of a new luxury skyscraper called Delfin Tower.

The city center, as is customary, is reserved for visiting tourists who combine visiting bars with shopping, since the stores of the most famous brands are located very close to numerous eateries made in the traditional style – not only Valencian, but also Asturian, Biscay and etc. Of course, life here does not stop at 10 pm, but continues to rage after midnight.

Although nothing compares to the so-called “English zone”, or zona guiri (“zone of strangers”), as the Spaniards themselves call it, for the riot of colors and emotions. Here one pub replaces another, pounds sterling are exchanged for euros without any formalities, finding a classic Mediterranean menu is much more difficult than a British one, and 9out of 10 will be subjects of Queen Elizabeth II.

The main crime is concentrated in the Levante beach area, which is called Rincón de Loix. This is due to the fact that the overwhelming majority of the instigators of the unrest are “stray” foreign tourists – mostly British from the working outskirts, who come here to “break away” in full. In turn, British intellectuals sometimes become victims of the Romanian “thimble-makers”, who use empty potato halves instead of cups. The main offenses are related to drug trafficking, the sale of counterfeit products, fraud and street prostitution.

For every taste and budget

Nevertheless, the crime rate in Benidorm is one of the lowest on the entire Costa Blanca, as local authorities are trying their best to keep the glory of one of the “oases” of the coast behind the city. Seeing a patrol car at 2-4 in the morning on the outskirts is not such a big and rare thing, although well-being, as you know, costs money.

However, real estate prices in Benidorm are determined not only by the favorable environment and comfort. It would seem that the apartments in the famous InTempo skyscraper, which is one of the five tallest buildings in Spain, should have turned out to be the most expensive in the city, but the “engineering idea” of the first developer went so far that they forgot to put an elevator in the 47-story skyscraper to the very top , which immediately affected the cost of some of the apartments. Subsequently, the twin towers, designed to become a new symbol of Benidorm instead of the Gran Bali hotel, passed from one hand to another, but the project has not yet been brought to its logical conclusion.

Apart from the exclusive luxury buildings, the prices for residential real estate in Benidorm are quite forgiving, although they are higher than the prices for similar housing in some areas of Alicante or Valencia. This is not least due to the presence in almost every residential complex of the most minimal infrastructure: a common recreation area, a children’s “corner”, one or two swimming pools, a tennis court or a padel area.

Visitors from Madrid, Barcelona and other cities are incredibly surprised at this “luxury”, which they consider accessible only to the most affluent segments of the population. The price of such real estate is determined by many factors: location, number of storeys, age of the building, area of ​​​​the territory, the condition of the housing itself, however, it is not worth counting on a decent two-bedroom apartment for less than €120,000 – and this despite the fact that during the crisis, prices fell by an average of 40%.