Benidorm påsken 1972


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 Benidorm_Playa-Levante_Costa-Blanca
3. april 1972, Playa Levante, Benidorm

Rated as one the best beaches in Europe. Long and safe, Playa Levante
stretches for more than two kilometres of luxuriant sand butting up
against the area known as Rincon de Loix. There are plenty of beds and
parasols for hire, lifeguard patrols and a wealth of water sports.
You can also read the daily papers on Levante Beach, at the 
Biblioplaya
(beach library). Run by the local Council it's free but usually closed in
February and March.

It might be known as the sunrise beach, but there’s even more going on
at sunset and into the night in the broad promenade that runs
parallel to it. http://www.benidorm-spotlight.com/benidorm/levante.htm


 

 Benidorm_Playa-Levante_Costa-Blanca
27. mars 1972

Benidorm
The weather is remarkably mild, with an average sea temperature in
the summer of 24ºC and air temperature of 26ºC. The winter is cooler
but still renowned for its mild and sunny climate. The summer months
are generally popular with younger tourists, spring and autumn with
everyone and, whilst the winter is more popular with older tourists,
increasing numbers of savvy holiday-makers of all ages are seeking
short breaks here. http://www.benidorm-spotlight.com/benidorm_virgins.htm


 Benidorm_Costa-Blanca
3. april 1972. Mimosaen blomstrer i Benidorm

Playa Poniente
This is the longest beach in the resort, more than 3 km long, making
it an ideal place to stroll along the shore. Is characteristically 
quieter
than Levante beac
h . It is an urban beach with a new modern promenade
designed by the architect 
Carlos Ferrater and with a large number of
restaurants and bars and clubs to enjoy
.
http://en.visitbenidorm.es/ver/147/playa-de-poniente-benidorm--playas-y-calas-.html

 Benidorm_Costa-Blanca
3. april 1972, Den norske restauranten Bolero i Benidorm

 Spania_Costa-Blanca_Guadalest
2. april 1972, utflukt til Guadalest

The Alcozaiba fortress is an 11th century fortress built by the Moors.
It is located on the property of the Orduña House. Today all that is
left is a restored tower.
http://www.guadalest.eu/buildings-castles/alcozaiba-san-jose.htm

 Spania_Costa-Blanca_Guadalest
2.april 1972, utflukt til Guadalest
El Castell de Guadalest, known usually as Guadalest, is a
small town in Valencia, in a mountainous part of the comarca
of Marina Baixa, in the province of Alicante, Spain.

Guadalest covers an area of 16 sq km,
and has a population of around 200 inhabitants. Guadalest is
approximately 25 kilometres inland from Benidorm along
CV-70 road.
http://www.guadalest.eu/buildings-castles/alcala.htm

 Spania_Costa-Blanca_Guadalest
2. april 1972, utflukt til Guadalest

 Spania_Costa-Blanca_Guadalest
2. april 1972, om Guadalest

 Spania_Alicanta_St-Barbara_Costa-Blanca
1. april 1972, Santa Barbara, Alicante

Santa Bárbara Castle (Valencian: Castell de Santa Bàrbara,
Spanish
: Castillo de Santa Bárbara) is a fortification in the center
of
 Alicante, Spain. It stands on Mount Benacantil (166 m).

Bronze Age, Iberian, and Roman artifacts have been found on the
slopes of the mountain, but the origins of the castle date to the
9th century at the time of Muslim control of the Iberian Peninsula,
from 711 till 1296. The Arab medieval geographer Al-Idrisi calls
this mountain Banu-lQatil, and the toponym may derive from the
words pinna (Arabic for "peak") and laqanti, adjectival form of
Laqant, the Arabic name for Alicante.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Santa_B%C3%A1rbara_Castle


 Spania_Alicanta_Elche_Costa-Blanca
1. april 1972, Elche, Alicante


Elche (/ˈɛltʃeɪ/, Spanish: [ˈelʲt͡ʃe]), or Elx (Valencian: [ˈɛʎt͡ʃ]), is a
town located in the comarca of Baix Vinalopó, Spain. According to the
2014 census, Elche has a population of some 228,647 inhabitants
(called il·licitans in Valencian and ilicitanos in Spanish), ranking as the
third most populated city in the Valencian Community (after Valencia
and Alicante) and the 20th largest Spanish city.

Part of the municipality is coastal but the main city is some 11 km
(6.8 mi) from the Mediterranean Sea. A small creek called
Vinalopó flows through the city splitting it in two parts.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Elche