Rainy Day in Benidorm

Things to do on a rainy day in Benidorm - Unfortunately even here in Benidorm we do get some wet days but there is always something to do to keep you and the family entertained.

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With 1000´s of bars in and around Benidorm there is always something going on even if you just sit and people watch or why not try your hand at some Karaoke or housey housey, and of course some of the bars have daytime entertainment.  To find out who is on when and where use our On-Line Whats On Guide.  

Things to do on a Rainy Day in Benidorm 

FINESTRAT MOTOR MUSEUM - Situated in the commercial area on Calle Joan Fuster, 4

This museum has more than 4,000 square meters dedicated to the history of the automobile.

In the unique three-story building, a permanent exhibition of classic and unique vehicles and film vehicles are distributed, as well as an area dedicated to driver education and training, a projection room, a children's play area, a restaurant area (food truck) and a souvenir and an automobile shop.

The collection is made up of about 60 museum-owned vehicles and some others on loan. Among the exhibits are a 1923 Dodge Brothers, a 1962 Cadillac Fleetwood limousine that belonged to the Spanish government during the Franco era, a replica of KITT, from the film "Knight Rider", two Delorean DMC-12s in impeccable condition (one of them with only 3,000 kilometres on the clock), or an exclusive Aston Martin Lagonda equipped with the “Tickford” sports kit, of which only 5 units were manufactured.

OPEN between 10:00 and 20:00, Calle Joan Fuster, 4, on the Finestrat commercial street, and offers free transportation to its visitors to and from Benidorm, Finestrat, Alfaz del Pi and Villajoyosa. Adult admission is 12 euros, children under 6 years of age go free, and younger and older people pay 7 euros.


What about trying your luck in the casino?  Quite a popular evening activity but it is also open during the day.  located in the nerve center of the city of Benidorm, on Avenida del Mediterráneo.

Things to do on a Rainy Day in Benidorm

The biggest gambling activity is concentrated on the ground floor, with slot machines, American Roulette, Blackjack tables, Point and Bank, Poker and Texas Hold'Em. It also highlights its "Juegging (play) Zone" with sports betting terminals and large television screens.

The setting is sophisticated and the facilities top-notch, smart clothes are required, No sports/beach clothes, flip flops, shorts above the knee or sleeveless t-shirts.  Also take your passport with you for ID (in order to prove legal age, it is strictly forbidden for minors to enter).  There is a €3.00 joining fee.

Opening hours - January, Feb, March, April, Nov and December

Sunday to Thursday - 10.00 to 03.00am, Friday, sat and fiesta days 10.00am to 04.00.

May, June, July, September and October

Monday to Sunday 10.00 to 04.00

August From 1 to 31st - 10: 00 to 05:00 a.m.

Things to do on a Rainy Day in Benidorm


Why not try your hand at one of the Spanish Bingo Halls, the most popular is Bingo Plaza, next to McDonalds in the old town, on the Plaza Hispanidad, known locally as The Triangle.   Like the casino you have to be over the age of 18 to enter and show photographic ID, so take your passport.

Bingo Plaza Wet Day in Benidorm

Bingo Plaza has a seating capacity for 600, spread across 100 tables. Each table has 6 chairs and set into the middle of the table is a led monitor so that you can follow the numbers as they are called, marker pens are provided.

Numbers are obviously called in Spanish so if you are not familiar with the language just watch the screen. If you get a complete line shout "linea" or "line" and hold up your hand. Someone will come to you and leave a marker on your table then the game continues until full house is called, prize money is given in cash at the end of the game.

Drinks and food can be ordered at the table and are very cheap.

Opening hours:

Winter: from 13:00h (1 p.m.) to 01:00h (1 a.m.) from Sunday to Thursday

from 13:00h (1 p.m.) to 02:00h (2 a.m.) Friday, Saturday and eves of public holidays

Summer: from 14:00h (2 p.m.) to 03:00h (3 a.m.) every day

Bingo Plaza also has its own car park with direct access to the gaming room.

Next to the bingo hall is a gambling arcade, which is also perfect for a rainy day.

Other Bingo Hall also in the old town are - Bingos Benidorm S.A Plaza del Doctor Fleming, s/n, (open 12.00 - 02.00, Bingo Puerto Av. de los Almendros, 3, 03501 (open 24 hours) and Bingo L'Aiguera

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Many hotels have Spa facilities that are open to non-residents for a small fee, so enjoy a lovely relaxing Spa Day, feel refreshed and hide from the rain at the same time. You will find a list of Spa Hotels HERE


There is a nice bowling alley located on AVENIDA MEDITERRÁNEO, Nº 22, EDIFICIO MIRAMAR PLAYA, (one block from Playa Levante). It also has recreation rooms and restaurants. The bowling is designed for all ages and abilities incorporating bumpers for younger and inexperienced players.

There are also various slot machines, pool and football tables available.

Ozone Wet Day in Benidorm


IF THE weather is a little unsettled and you are looking for something to do inside, then what about going to the cinema.  You can catch an English language film at the Cine Colci Rincon, on the Avd Zamora, which is located on the road facing the Round Town Travel shop and just behind the private IMED Levante hospital.

Every week the cinema shows an English original version film – with 2 viewing times each evening. They do vary but the first screening is usually either 6:00pm or 6:30pm – but check beforehand. 

For up-to-date information of what films are showing, and times click HERE

Note - VOS means film with its "original soundtrack", e.g., it'll be in English with Spanish subtitles


The perfect place to escape the rain, La Marina mall, just a few minutes' drive from the town center. La Marina in Finestrat is the largest shopping center in the Benidorm area of Spain and is popular with both Spaniards and visitors. Known as ‘Centro Comercial La Marina’ in Spanish, La Marina shopping complex has more than 100 stores and restaurants, selling everything from clothing, shoes and jewellery to household products, children’s toys and mobile phones. If you’re staying in the Benidorm area of Spain and love to shop, a trip to La Marina is a necessity.

The shopping center also includes a cinema.   Click HERE for more details.

There are always things to do on a wet day in Benidorm


Benidorm has two main sports centres with excellent sports facilities.

‘Polideportivo Municipal’ run by the local council in the neighbourhood of Foietes, which boasts an Olympic swimming pool and a leisure pool, an athletics track, tennis courts, a climbing wall, football pitches and numerous other sports facilities.

‘Palacio de Deportes L’Illa de Benidorm’ in the area known as ‘Salto del Agua’ in the north of the city. Here you can find, among other things, an Olympic swimming pool, as well as a pool for learners, tennis courts, squash courts and a gym.


If you are fed up with pie & chips and fancy a taste of real Spain then head to Tapas Alley (which is mostly undercover) – so called because the entire street is made up of tapas bars, where you can sample some top-quality Spanish Tapas.

TAPAS ALLEY BENIDORM Officially runs from Pl. de la Constitutio, and along Santo Domingo

If you are fed up with pie & chips and fancy a taste of real Spain then head to Tapas Alley – so called because the entire street is made up of tapas bars, where you can sample some top-quality Spanish Tapas.

The Aurerra Group of eateries are the most established name on the street and have 7 different restaurants to cater for all tastes. There is a constant stream of visitors, both locals and tourists throughout the day, but it gets particularly busy in the evenings. TIP The messier the floor, the better the tapas.  Find out more HERE


Things to do on a Rainy Day in Benidorm

If you enjoy buying inexpensive things in a friendly environment, pop into the Mercaloix Indoor Market.

There’s something for everyone here: clothes, shoes, accessories, electronics, toys, jewellery, personalized gifts, books, local farm produce, money exchange booths hairdressers, property rental agents and a few stands selling snacks and refreshments.

Mercaloix Indoor Market is located in the Rincon de Loix area of Benidorm.

and has 3 wheelchair friendly entrances, one is next to the Mas y Mas Supermarket and opposite KFC, another one is next to the Hotel Pelicanos, and another opposite the Hotel Nereo

The Indoor Market is open from:

8am till 6pm Mon – Friday

8am till 3pm Saturday

Closed Sundays 

Benidorm The Old Town Municipal Market

Glorious groceries. This indoor market is where locals stock up on fresh foodstuffs. The fruit and veg stalls dazzle in greens and reds, and the delicatessens entice passers-by with the scent of ham. Pick up some Spanish classics like “jamón ibérico” (cured ham), “churros” (fried dough sticks) and some of the region’s famous oranges.

Things to do on a Rainy Day in Benidorm


Maritime Cultural Centre

Situated opposite the port on Paseo de Colon, is the Maritime Museum, where you will find a permanent display of various model ships.  The centre was established as a permanent reminder of the achievements of local seamen.   Entrance is free of charge.

The house of l'Hort de Colón, House Museum - Casa Museo de Benidorm,  

The house of l'Hort de Colón which is one of the few houses of the nineteenth century that still stand in the city. The house has an area of just over 280 square meters distributed over two floors and reflects the type of homes that were built for the well-to-do families of the town.

The house is used as a museum and for cultural activities throughout the year and is well worth a visit. Permanently on display in the museum are a variety of paintings and sculptures, along with seasonal exhibitions.  You will find this museum on at 16 Calle de Tomás Ortuño.


This small museum is located in the spot where until the mid-1970s the old town hall was located; the original house was completely demolished, and a new building was built to serve as the museum's headquarters.  The present museum has been open since 2015.

The museum hosts temporary exhibitions of different themes which change every few months, check the boards outside for what is currently on display.  This museum can be found right on the corner of Calle Tomás de Ortuño

General Opening Hours - Monday: Closed. Tuesday: 5:0 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Wednesday, Thursday and Friday: 10:30 - 13:30 and 17:00 - 20:30 Saturday and Sunday: 10:00h - 13:30h

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