Popularly known as “La Calle del Coño,” this street in Benidorm crosses the historic neighborhood and is full of bars, shops, restaurants, and, above all, people.
It’s a meeting place for people from the area who come to downtown Benidorm to have fun, eat out, and chat.
There’s an incredible variety of restaurants and cafes and it’s full 24 hours a day.
El callejón de los Gatos (Cat’s Alley) is a pedestrian-only street in downtown Benidorm that stretches from the Playa de Levante to the church and the famous viewpoint where you can see both of the city’s beaches. It’s full of bars, very narrow, and features many archways which give it an Andalusian look.