Benidorm for all tastes

Publishing date 4/03/2013


For the second year running, Benidorm is gearing up for the first major culinary event on the 2013 calendar. The II Jornadas de la Cuchara en Benidorm is an event that showcases a series of traditional dishes. Between 4 and 10 March, local restaurants will be serving hearty stews to be eaten with a spoon (as the name of the event suggests), a really delicious way of enjoying traditional food at this time of year.

 

Benidorm for all tastes


For the second year running, Benidorm is gearing up for the first major culinary event on the 2013 calendar. The II Jornadas de la Cuchara en Benidorm is an event that showcases a series of traditional dishes. Between 4 and 10 March, local restaurants will be serving hearty stews to be eaten with a spoon (as the name of the event suggests), a really delicious way of enjoying traditional food at this time of year.

This tasty offer is the perfect excuse to visit Benidorm and take a walk round its tourist attractions to whet your appetite. This fantastic Mediterranean town has some beautiful narrow streets and squares, while places like the splendid Mirador, Benidorm's iconic viewpoint, and the 18th century church of San Jaime y Santa Ana give a charming feel to this most cosmopolitan of Valencia's towns.

 


Plus, Benidorm has a pleasantly mild climate all year round. You can find peace and quiet in contact with nature at the two coves on the northern side of the town, Ti Ximo and Almadraba. But if what you really want to do is enjoy Benidorm's distinctive atmosphere, its people, terrace bars and most popular beaches, your best bet is to go for a walk along the seafront promenade to whet your appetite before making the most of the II Jornadas de la Cuchara en Benidorm.

 

You'll love it!

 

 

 

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