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Costa Blanca & Valencia

Child-friendly Bars & Restaurants in Benidorm

  • The Magic Roundabout

    Recommended by Jacqueline Jackson

    Family friendly restaurant in Benidorm with an extensive menu for adults and a  great kids menu which includes main meal, ice cream and a drink. They also host a variety of events throughout the year
    www.magicroundaboutbenidorm.com

  • Pizzeria Toscana

    Recommended by Costa Blanca Tourist Board

    Centro Yoga Om, Vilanova i la Geltru Image

    Family friendly restaurant in Benidorm which offers a selection of Italian food including steaks, pasta and fish dishes. Good service and good presentation.
    Calle Gerona, 3 03500 Benidorm (+34) 966808707

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  • Restaurante Aitona

    Recommended by Leanne Atkins

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    If you are looking for good local food then you cant go far wrong with the restaurant Aitona. They do lots of rice dishes, fish and meat. Good varied menu so should suit all. There is a large terrace if you want to sit outside. Lunch is from 1pm and dinner is from 8pm and they are happy to prepare something for the kids
    Avenida Ruzafa 2, Benidorm (+34) 965853010 www.restauranteaitona.com

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  • White Horse Family Pub Benidorm

    Recommended by Leanne Atkins

    The White Horse is an original British style pub with something for all the family. Open every day all day they show all the top sport on seven big screens and offer live acts and music as well as lots of entertaiment.
    Playa Levante Benidorm

    Comments:
    "For mums and dads the kids can play in the basement on the latest arcade games, pool tables and the video machines where they win tickets which they can exchange for prizes whilst you can have a few drinks, watch a show and socialise!" (LA, May 09)

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  • The Witches Bistro

    Recommended by Leanne Atkins

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    You can eat outside on the Witches terrace or alternatively indoors in air-conditioning. All day food, starting with breakfast at 10am and offering a range of snacks througout the day as well as a grill menu in the evening. Catering for kids of all ages, good kids menu and high chairs for toddlers and babies. Next to Hotel Princesa. Open every day from 10am until 9pm apart from Mondays 10am until 6pm
    Local 10, Calle Mirador, Benidorm (+34) 966809952

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  • Medieval Excalibur

    Recommended by June Banks

    A real find: this is the first hotel and restaurant complex in Europe which offers a medieval theme with modern conveniences and first class entertaimnent with medieval knights and tournaments.  If you wish to stay over there are a number of camping spaces with electricity and water or alternatively there a various bungalows you can stay in. In addition, the complex has castle restaurants and offers dinners with a Medieval theme. There are lots of entertainment shows from the exciting world of tournaments, honor, challenges and glory. For the more daring there is a torture chamber. There are also children´s play areas, slides, bouncy castles, 2 swimming pools and entertainment programs.
    www.camping-medieval.com

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  • Tapas Alley

    Recommended by Leanne Atkins

    Official name of this street is Calle Aragonesa (running from Plaza de la Constitutio to Santo Domingo) but it is better known as Tapas Alley. If you want to taste some authentic Spanish food you should head here. Its a really nice atmosphere as all the Spanish take their kids here and you get a better feel for the country than in some of the expat bars. Food is really tasty too!

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  • The Union Jack

    Recommended by Leanne Atkins

    Family run bar in Benidorm open from 9am until 10pm and serves food all day long. There is a good menu for kids as well as some toys and books and highchairs for babies.
    Av Ametilla Del Mar, Gem 22 Local 4, Benidorm (+34) 966803007

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  • Brian´s Bar

    Recommended by Leanne Atkins

    For sports fans who want to keep the kids busy whilst you watch your favourite matches, this is the place to head to. There are computer games (Playstation and Nintendo) to keep the kids amused.
    Oviedo No 6, La Cala Benidorm

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  • Honey Pot Cafe Bar

    Recommended by Leanne Atkins

    A relatively new addition to the Benidorm restaurant scene, Honey Pot is situated in Benidorm old town and offers a full selection of food all day long as well as a "tigger" menu for kids. As the name suggests Winnie the Pooh is the inspiration behind this restaurant
    Calle la Palma 7 Old Town Benidorm (+34) 965854595 

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  • The Pheasant Plucker 2

    Recommended by June Banks

    Each night (around 8.30 ish) there is "kids hour" where the younger guests can enjoy games and songs and leave you in peace! They are also invited to participate in the karoke along with the adults.
    Av Pajares, La Cala, Benidorm (+34) 636637624

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  • Vincents Cellar

    Recommended by Leanne Atkins

    The Cellar is a "kiddy pub" and offers kids entertaiment with clowns every night from 8pm to 10pm and a parrot show on Sundays and Tuesdays at 11pm. Happy hour is from 7.30pm until 10pm every night which you can enjoy whilst the kids have supervised play downstairs. Open from 5pm until bedtime!
    Vincents Cellar, The Plaza, Levante Beach

    Comments:
    "If you are going on holiday to Benidorm with kids then I would highly recommend the cellar bar (vincents) as they have louie the clown and my kids just thought he was great." (LA, July 09)

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