is a long green park in neoclassical style, separating the old quarter of Benidorm from the newer buildings.
It is a nice park in
and well worth a visit. The two amphitheatres are used for shows and cultural events especially during summer season.
The Park ends at the Bullring and a fairground site where attractions are set up for the many 'fiestas'.
The Aigüera park almost segments Benidorm. The “Julio Iglesias” and “Oscar Esplá” concert halls are situated there.
It reaches as far as the Bullring (1962) which boasts a small bullfighting museum and houses the installations of
the Municipal Music Conservatory.
Where the Aigüera park meets the streets of Benidorm, there stands the modern City Hall, a bridging building which
has won many awards, a “groundscraper”, in contrast to the tall buildings and which, from the Plaza de los Reyes de
España, makes an entrance portico to the iconic park designed by Bofill. Nearly the entire body of the building is
cantilevered and on its glass panels are the names of the over sixty thousand people recorded in the census at the
time of its construction.
In September, from 4th to 8th the whole of Asturias meets up in Benidorm at the Aiguera park with their bagpipes and
the traditionally dressed bagpipers. The festive foods and drinks like sidriña, “fabes” and “bollos preñaos”; the
Virgen de Covadonga also has her home in Benidorm.
L'Aigüera Park is also a popular entertainment venue that it has two amphitheatres that host variety of concerts,
live performances and theatres in the summer. The Benidorm song festival in Jun/mid-August is one of the most popular
events taking place in L'Aigüera Park.