RTN proud to be Benidorm Pride 2017 media partner

Benidorm Pride 2017

THE RTN is the official media partner for Benidorm Pride 2017.

Geoffrey Gartland, organiser of Benidorm Pride, said he is delighted by the media partner agreement.

RTN, part of  the expanding EWN Media Group, will guarantee extensive coverage of this year’s popular Benidorm Pride event.

Fun, friendly and flirty – it’s Benidorm Pride

THE COSTA BLANCA’S most popular resort is proud to once more be the fun, friendly and at times flirty host of Benidorm Pride 2017 from September 4 – 10.

The big annual parade is scheduled for Saturday, September 9.

This year’s Pride event will be the seventh for the high-octane resort and is aiming to provide this summer’s bigger Wow Factor on the Costa Blanca.

With a week-long series of flamboyant events including the Playa Levante big parade and main stage open air party, visitors can expect an exciting week in the resort that truly never sleeps.

The main area of attraction is the old town where the pumping heart of the gay village exists, providing a wonderful atmosphere amid surrounds where tourists and locals alike mix.

With around 30 friendly but small and intimate gay bars and eateries in a tightly-knit area the event provides a wonderful spectacle just a short distance from the three golden beaches that wrap around the old town.

It is this that makes Benidorm Pride week a unique experience.

From small beginnings of just a few thousand regulars who know and love Benidorm, the event has gained momentum with up to 10,000 happy revellers taking art in last year´s celebrations.

This year’s grand event is expected to attract even more seeking to be part of the fun, very friendly and at times flirty event.

For the latest news and details visit the one-stop Benidorm Pride website www.benidormpride.com

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