Benidorm


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Benidorm

(ˈbɛnɪdɔːm)
n
(Placename) a coastal resort town in W Spain, on the Costa Blanca
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Stephen James Doyle, 36, allegedly tried to escape when National Police counter-drugs officers moved in to stop the British registered car he was driving in the small resort of Alfaz del Pi, just outside Benidorm on Spain's south-east coast.
Christina Climent last night told how she could soon be transforming her snug hotel into the Rovers once a British tourist hot-spot in Benidorm is named Coronation Street Square.
To say thanks for all our hard work they flew 36 of us to Benidorm for a break.
THE booming resort town of Benidorm was in a state of shock yesterday as the full horror of the kidnapping and brutal murders of a Welsh couple house-hunting in Spain sank in among locals and expatriates.
In fact, Benidorm does all it can to create a home from home in the Spanish sun.
Madge and Charlie Pallett have spent decades visiting the British seaside, but now they are breaking the habit of a lifetime and heading to Benidorm.
The singer, 51, has been indulging in beauty treatments at five-star Stobo Castle, Peeblesshire, and in Benidorm after months of hard work.
One of the most famous is the Sol Pelicanos Ocas - the backdrop for the ITV1 comedy series Benidorm.
In a move which could easily form a storyline in the hit comedy show he is now a part of, Les, 62, decided 18 months ago he "wasn't getting any younger," took early retirement from his job and flew off to Benidorm with wife Shirley, 59.
Porthcawl's Elvis Festival, which has grownto become one of South Wales' most iconic events, will set up a sister festival in Benidorm in an attempt to replicate its success.
A group of us always went on holiday to Benidorm," explained Paul.
JOHNNY Vegas waddled onto television screens at the weekend to launch another series of the award-winning comedy Benidorm.