Why Britons see the sunny resort as paradise

A tiny fishing village until the 1960s, now Benidorm, Spain, is known worldwide as a fantastic holiday destination, complete with exciting nightlife, excellent food, and Brits arriving by the bus load.

Benidorm promises around 300 days of sunshine per year, which is one of the main reasons British people are so drawn to it.

According to Statista, the UK is home to some of Europe’s gloomiest cities.

Indeed, the UK’s three largest cities, London, Birmingham and Manchester, average around 1,400 hours of sunshine per year, which is approximately 58 days.

Understandably, the abysmal track record of British weather prompts

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