where

walk with your pet

in benidorm

We are aware that you cannot be separated from your pet, and that sometimes traveling with animals is not the most comfortable thing in the world. Therefore, in our apartments your pet will always be welcome.

 

Benidorm for its part is one of the tourist destinations with more options, and in turn, offers you multiple plans and places where you can enjoy your holidays with your faithful and inseparable friend. Here we describe some routes and places of interest for it:

Poniente and Levante promenades

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Strolling through Benidorm on the beachfront and enjoying the sun along one of its promenades is an unbeatable plan for anyone, and your pet will not be less.

 

In both cases, both in Poniente and in Levante , you can take these walks full of life accompanied by your dog. With its wide pedestrian sidewalks, abundant vegetation and multiple fountains along the way, they are a perfect option if what you want is to stretch your legs, never better.

 

You will also find a multitude of bins spread over both routes where you can dispose of your stools. At the end of the Paseo de Poniente is the Parque de Elche , a small green area with palm trees, grass and a small dog park.

 

If you want to stop and enjoy the sea views and cool off on a terrace, any of the establishments you will find will accept your pet and even offer it water.

 

The route of both walks is extensive, about 8 km, and it should be noted that separating the two areas is the Mirador del Castillo , another mandatory stop to enjoy its incredible views of the Benidormense coast.

 

 

 

 

 

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Strolling through Benidorm on the beachfront and enjoying the sun along one of its promenades is an unbeatable plan for anyone, and your pet will not be less.

 

In both cases, both in Poniente and in Levante , you can take these walks full of life accompanied by your dog. With its wide pedestrian sidewalks, abundant vegetation and multiple fountains along the way, they are a perfect option if what you want is to stretch your legs, never better.

 

You will also find a multitude of bins spread over both routes where you can dispose of your stools. At the end of the Paseo de Poniente is the Parque de Elche , a small green area with palm trees, grass and a small dog park.

 

If you want to stop and enjoy the sea views and cool off on a terrace, any of the establishments you will find will accept your pet and even offer it water.

 

The route of both walks is extensive, about 8 km, and it should be noted that separating the two areas is the Mirador del Castillo , another mandatory stop to enjoy its incredible views of the Benidormense coast.

 

 

 

 

 

Strolling through Benidorm on the beachfront and enjoying the sun along one of its promenades is an unbeatable plan for anyone, and your pet will not be less.

 

In both cases, both in Poniente and in Levante , you can take these walks full of life accompanied by your dog. With its wide pedestrian sidewalks, abundant vegetation and multiple fountains along the way, they are a perfect option if what you want is to stretch your legs, never better.

 

You will also find a multitude of bins spread over both routes where you can dispose of your stools. At the end of the Paseo de Poniente is the Parque de Elche , a small green area with palm trees, grass and a small dog park.

 

If you want to stop and enjoy the sea views and cool off on a terrace, any of the establishments you will find will accept your pet and even offer it water.

 

The route of both walks is extensive, about 8 km, and it should be noted that separating the two areas is the Mirador del Castillo , another mandatory stop to enjoy its incredible views of the Benidormense coast.

 

 

 

 

 

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Strolling through Benidorm on the beachfront and enjoying the sun along one of its promenades is an unbeatable plan for anyone, and your pet will not be less.

 

In both cases, both in Poniente and in Levante , you can take these walks full of life accompanied by your dog. With its wide pedestrian sidewalks, abundant vegetation and multiple fountains along the way, they are a perfect option if what you want is to stretch your legs, never better.

 

You will also find a multitude of bins spread over both routes where you can dispose of your stools. At the end of the Paseo de Poniente is the Parque de Elche , a small green area with palm trees, grass and a small dog park.

 

If you want to stop and enjoy the sea views and cool off on a terrace, any of the establishments you will find will accept your pet and even offer it water.

 

The route of both walks is extensive, about 8 km, and it should be noted that separating the two areas is the Mirador del Castillo , another mandatory stop to enjoy its incredible views of the Benidormense coast.

 

 

 

 

 

Strolling through Benidorm on the beachfront and enjoying the sun along one of its promenades is an unbeatable plan for anyone, and your pet will not be less.

 

In both cases, both in Poniente and in Levante , you can take these walks full of life accompanied by your dog. With its wide pedestrian sidewalks, abundant vegetation and multiple fountains along the way, they are a perfect option if what you want is to stretch your legs, never better.

 

You will also find a multitude of bins spread over both routes where you can dispose of your stools. At the end of the Paseo de Poniente is the Parque de Elche , a small green area with palm trees, grass and a small dog park.

 

If you want to stop and enjoy the sea views and cool off on a terrace, any of the establishments you will find will accept your pet and even offer it water.

 

The route of both walks is extensive, about 8 km, and it should be noted that separating the two areas is the Mirador del Castillo , another mandatory stop to enjoy its incredible views of the Benidormense coast.

 

 

 

 

 

Strolling through Benidorm on the beachfront and enjoying the sun along one of its promenades is an unbeatable plan for anyone, and your pet will not be less.

 

In both cases, both in Poniente and in Levante , you can take these walks full of life accompanied by your dog. With its wide pedestrian sidewalks, abundant vegetation and multiple fountains along the way, they are a perfect option if what you want is to stretch your legs, never better.

 

You will also find a multitude of bins spread over both routes where you can dispose of your stools. At the end of the Paseo de Poniente is the Parque de Elche , a small green area with palm trees, grass and a small dog park.

 

If you want to stop and enjoy the sea views and cool off on a terrace, any of the establishments you will find will accept your pet and even offer it water.

 

The route of both walks is extensive, about 8 km, and it should be noted that separating the two areas is the Mirador del Castillo , another mandatory stop to enjoy its incredible views of the Benidormense coast.

 

 

 

 

 

Strolling through Benidorm on the beachfront and enjoying the sun along one of its promenades is an unbeatable plan for anyone, and your pet will not be less.

 

In both cases, both in Poniente and in Levante , you can take these walks full of life accompanied by your dog. With its wide pedestrian sidewalks, abundant vegetation and multiple fountains along the way, they are a perfect option if what you want is to stretch your legs, never better.

 

You will also find a multitude of bins spread over both routes where you can dispose of your stools. At the end of the Paseo de Poniente is the Parque de Elche , a small green area with palm trees, grass and a small dog park.

 

If you want to stop and enjoy the sea views and cool off on a terrace, any of the establishments you will find will accept your pet and even offer it water.

 

The route of both walks is extensive, about 8 km, and it should be noted that separating the two areas is the Mirador del Castillo , another mandatory stop to enjoy its incredible views of the Benidormense coast.

 

 

 

 

 

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Strolling through Benidorm on the beachfront and enjoying the sun along one of its promenades is an unbeatable plan for anyone, and your pet will not be less.

 

In both cases, both in Poniente and in Levante , you can take these walks full of life accompanied by your dog. With its wide pedestrian sidewalks, abundant vegetation and multiple fountains along the way, they are a perfect option if what you want is to stretch your legs, never better.

 

You will also find a multitude of bins spread over both routes where you can dispose of your stools. At the end of the Paseo de Poniente is the Parque de Elche , a small green area with palm trees, grass and a small dog park.

 

If you want to stop and enjoy the sea views and cool off on a terrace, any of the establishments you will find will accept your pet and even offer it water.

 

The route of both walks is extensive, about 8 km, and it should be noted that separating the two areas is the Mirador del Castillo , another mandatory stop to enjoy its incredible views of the Benidormense coast.

 

 

 

 

 

Strolling through Benidorm on the beachfront and enjoying the sun along one of its promenades is an unbeatable plan for anyone, and your pet will not be less.

 

In both cases, both in Poniente and in Levante , you can take these walks full of life accompanied by your dog. With its wide pedestrian sidewalks, abundant vegetation and multiple fountains along the way, they are a perfect option if what you want is to stretch your legs, never better.

 

You will also find a multitude of bins spread over both routes where you can dispose of your stools. At the end of the Paseo de Poniente is the Parque de Elche , a small green area with palm trees, grass and a small dog park.

 

If you want to stop and enjoy the sea views and cool off on a terrace, any of the establishments you will find will accept your pet and even offer it water.

 

The route of both walks is extensive, about 8 km, and it should be noted that separating the two areas is the Mirador del Castillo , another mandatory stop to enjoy its incredible views of the Benidormense coast.

 

 

 

 

 

Strolling through Benidorm on the beachfront and enjoying the sun along one of its promenades is an unbeatable plan for anyone, and your pet will not be less.

 

In both cases, both in Poniente and in Levante , you can take these walks full of life accompanied by your dog. With its wide pedestrian sidewalks, abundant vegetation and multiple fountains along the way, they are a perfect option if what you want is to stretch your legs, never better.

 

You will also find a multitude of bins spread over both routes where you can dispose of your stools. At the end of the Paseo de Poniente is the Parque de Elche , a small green area with palm trees, grass and a small dog park.

 

If you want to stop and enjoy the sea views and cool off on a terrace, any of the establishments you will find will accept your pet and even offer it water.

 

The route of both walks is extensive, about 8 km, and it should be noted that separating the two areas is the Mirador del Castillo , another mandatory stop to enjoy its incredible views of the Benidormense coast.

 

 

 

 

 

Strolling through Benidorm on the beachfront and enjoying the sun along one of its promenades is an unbeatable plan for anyone, and your pet will not be less.

 

In both cases, both in Poniente and in Levante , you can take these walks full of life accompanied by your dog. With its wide pedestrian sidewalks, abundant vegetation and multiple fountains along the way, they are a perfect option if what you want is to stretch your legs, never better.

 

You will also find a multitude of bins spread over both routes where you can dispose of your stools. At the end of the Paseo de Poniente is the Parque de Elche , a small green area with palm trees, grass and a small dog park.

 

If you want to stop and enjoy the sea views and cool off on a terrace, any of the establishments you will find will accept your pet and even offer it water.

 

The route of both walks is extensive, about 8 km, and it should be noted that separating the two areas is the Mirador del Castillo , another mandatory stop to enjoy its incredible views of the Benidormense coast.