Author Paul Teague has launched a brand new English language Benidorm podcast called ‘The Benidorm Digital Nomad Podcast'.

The podcast was created for a project hosted by Visit Benidorm in June/July 2021.

Eager to attract digital nomads to the popular resort of Benidorm, a small team of five such entrepreneurs were assembled to share their feedback and thoughts on the city as a visitor and working destination.

Paul Teague creator of the Benidorm podcast

A digital nomad is a person who can work anywhere in the world with just a laptop and an internet connection.

There are a growing number of people like  this of all ages – and Benidorm hopes to attract many of them to the Spanish resort.

So why a podcast about Benidorm?

Paul Teague has visited the Costa Blanca many times and has fallen in love with this part of the world.

He was surprised to find that there is no English-language podcast for Benidorm, considering how popular it is with British holiday-makers.

So when he was selected to take part in Visit Benidorm's digital nomad project, he decided to create the podcast during the month he was staying in the coastal city.

Paul Teague's Benidorm Podcast

Paul's Benidorm podcast is not just for digital nomads.

He shares many travel tips as well as his favourite places to visit and lots of information which will be useful for anybody travelling to Spain whether for leisure or work.

Other places mentioned in this podcast for Benidoem are Alicante, Torrevieja, Denia, La Marina, Calpe, Villajoyosa, Gran Alacant, Santa Pola and many more. 

Paul Teague is the author of psychological thrillers, science fiction and non-fiction. 

He is also a former BBC journalist and presenter.

He has even written a psychological thriller based in Benidorm called ‘Friends Who Lie'.

Listen to episodes from the Benidorm podcast here:

You can subscribe to the podcast on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Stitcher, Audible, Spotify, Anchor.FM, Amazon Music and all other podcast outlets.

Find out more about Paul's book here:

Friends Who Lie by Paul J. Teague