A Benidorm icon
If you were to think of the most representative tourist spots in Benidorm, you'd think of the boardwalks on the beach, but the Benidorm lookout point would probably be the most representative of all. It’s in the old quarters, after going through the gate, at the Balcony of the Mediterranean.
It’s an old fortress located on the great rock that separates the two beaches, and was once used as a watch tower to look out for possible pirate attacks. Today, its white ruins and viewpoint have become the classic image of the town of Benidorm.