Navigating Benidorm: Your Guide to Getting Around by Bus

Benidorm, Spain's vibrant beach resort, attracts holidaymakers seeking sun, sand, and fun. While exploring the city on foot is idyllic, public transport offers a convenient and affordable way to reach hidden gems, theme parks, and neighboring towns. Here's your guide to navigating Benidorm's public transport system:

Llorente Bus: The main provider, Llorente Bus operates 18 lines across Benidorm, connecting Levante and Poniente beaches, the city center, and theme parks like Terra Mítica and Terra Natura. Buses run from 6:00 am to 10:30 pm in winter, extending to midnight during peak season. A summer night service keeps you moving after dark.

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Tickets & Passes: Single tickets, purchased from the driver, cost €1.60. Consider multi-trip options for savings: TarjetaBus: This rechargeable card offers discounts on single fares. Tourist Cards: 24-hour and 72-hour passes provide unlimited travel on Llorente lines. Ideal for exploring! Tarjeta Oro & Tarjeta Azul: For residents and frequent visitors, these offer discounted travel throughout the year.

Planning Your Trip: Visit the official Llorente Bus website for detailed route maps, timetables, and ticket information. They offer an app for real-time bus tracking, too.

Alternative Options:

Taxis: Euro Taxi provides reliable service, with fares starting at €1 for the first kilometer. Ideal for late-night journeys or luggage assistance. Bike: Explore at your own pace with the city's bike rental program. Several stations offer regular and electric bikes.

With its efficient and affordable public transport system, Benidorm is easily explored beyond the beaches. So, hop on a bus, discover hidden corners, and make your Benidorm adventure truly unforgettable!