Alicante (Alicante) is the capital of the province, the second largest city in the Valencian community with a population of 325 000 people, a large administrative centre of the Costa Blanca and one of the fastest growing cities in Spain.
Alicante is one of the most beautiful cities of the Mediterra..
The resort Alboraya (Alboraya) is in close proximity to the city of Valencia, a few kilometers North of the ring road surrounds the capital of the Spanish province.Today Alboraya actually considered a district of Valencia, although legally it is not. It was once a poor agricultural town, but now, th..
Moving down the coast to the South of Valencia, after the town of Calpe, on a slope is a nice town of Altea.
Althea (Altea) is a small seaside town located 10 km North of Benidorm, has perfectly preserved its unique way of life and has a special charm of ancient fishing settlements. At the time the..
Barcelona (Barcelona) — the capital of the Autonomous province of Catalonia. The city is located in the northeast of Spain and is an important industrial and commercial center not only of Spain, but throughout Europe. That, however, it is not surprising, since Barcelona is the largest and most..
Benidorm (Benidorm) – the largest tourist centre of the coast of the Costa Blanca. and the most famous resort city on the Mediterranean coast of Spain. The city is located in the province of Alicante, part of the Autonomous community of Valencia, about 45 km North of the capital of the provinc..
An hour's drive North of Valencia, at the foot of the mountains, where lay the reserve "Palm desert", where its beaches are washed by the Mediterranean sea, lies the town of Benicassim (Benicasim).
Benicassim certainly adds a range of bright colors to the resort town of the Costa Azahar.
Valencia (Valencia) – it's a fantastic city by the sea with a mild climate, the place of the Cup of the Holy Grail, the home of the world-famous festival Fallas, and the city in the vicinity of which was born the world-famous dish paella. Valencia, a city rich in history and culture, popular a..
Vinaròs (Vinaròs) — this resort city, which can rightly be called the "Northern gateway" Costa Azahar. It is located at the border of two Spanish Autonomous regions: Valencia and Catalonia. The city is known for its port, which is of great importance in the economy of the region ..
The picturesque town of Gandia (Gandia) is 65 km South of Valencia, on the Mediterranean sea. The city is composed of two parts: Gandia and Playa de Gandia.
Originally the town was a typical fishing village. The rapid development of the tourism industry in the seventies of the last century made the..
Denia (Denia) is a small town on the Mediterranean sea, with 20 km long strip of sandy beaches. Denia is located exactly in the middle between Valencia and Alicante: located 106 km from Valencia and 100 km from Alicante.
Denia is considered one of the most attractive tourist destinations of Europe...