Great tours in Valencia
Valencia is located on the east coast of Spain, bordering the regions of Cataluña, Castilla-La Mancha, Murcia and Aragon. The official languages of the region are the Castilian Spanish, everyone is obliged to know the law in Spain by the Spanish Constitution of 1978, and Valencia, which is similar to Catalan, but with a different name.
Here we present "a bit of everything" in the region of Valencia:
Costa Blanca in Valencia is well known to European tourists as it offers miles of sandy beaches, a bright light and a warm climate. The main resorts here are Benidorm and Alicante, although other popular tourist destinations include Gandia with a wonderful 14th century palace, and Altea offers traditional Spanish houses and a thriving arts community.
Costa del Azahar:
The Costa del Azahar begins at the border of Tarragona and travels south for 112 kilometers covering some beautiful beaches adjacent to olive groves and orange. For this reason it is also known as the Costa del Azahar. The most popular coastal stations include Peniscola with its medieval castle that was featured in one of the shots for the film "El Cid", and offered many other bets of Roman culture including an amphitheater, but not only is the coast of Azahar Peniscola in the region of Valencia if there are many tourist attractions as Benicassin, Oropesa, Castellón Capital, Vinarós, Benicarlo, Valencia and south of the Costa Blanca Capital have beaches in Cullera, Gandia, Denia, Javea, Calpe, Altea, Benidorm and Alicante.
Alicante is well known in the way of tourism in Valencia and is a great destination for those looking for a traditional holiday. The weather is fantastic, with hot summers and mild winters and the city offers an abundance of gardens, parks and plazas to enjoy a relaxed atmosphere. There are many different stores in the avenues that provide an unlimited shopping experience of stores such as boutiques and souvenir shops. Each corner of the street in Alicante is always some peculiarity in terms of product offerings where tourists and holiday activities can go to the many local shops selling ceramics, marble, leather and wood products.
Benidorm offers a very good package of attractions for tourists who come to Valencia. The two main beaches such as Playa de Poniente and the Playa de Levante amount to approximately 5 km long in total and there is enough room for everyone. The bars and restaurants are in sufficient quantity and contain more than 30 clubs on offer, the nightlife of Benidorm is festive for everyone. The attraction is the "Balcony of the Mediterranean, situated in the center of the two beaches, with spectacular views of both beaches and the island near the coast. Benidorm is surrounded by mountains up to over 1,500 meters and north winds at bay to maintain warm temperatures in the city, even during the winter months when temperatures are mild.
Just 7 miles down the coast lies the small village of Altea. The place mentioned is a change of environment quieter and less crowded trains to the city of Benidorm, Altea offers a traditional community with well-preserved tourist attractions which attracts many artists, due to his marvelous light, this being a place ideal if you come with family in summer or for older people.
Places to Visit in Valencia
Valencia is located on the Mediterranean coast of southern Spain in Catalonia. The city attracts many tourists from around the world for its pleasant climate and serene beaches. However, another specialty is best for this part of Spain are the festival of dolls, known as the "Fallas".
The celebration of "Fallas" is one of the most popular festivities, held in the Spanish city of Valencia and carried out at the beginning of spring. Here march in the streets of the city a lot of dolls made in great art, in which the hundreds of such monuments erected are placed in the streets and are painted in such a way that truly works of art displayed to viewers. At the end of the parade these dolls are burned in the vicinity of beaches. You can also watch the fireworks presented in a great blaze of color.
Another of the most visited places in the city of Valencia are:
- Palacio de las Artes Reina Sofía
- The Pont de l'Assut de l'Or
- The Cathedral Miguelete
- The Agora
- The Hemispheric
- The Museo de las Ciencias Principe Felipe
- Oceanographic Museum in L'Umbracle
- The Oceanographic
- Las Torres Valencia, Castellón and Alicante
- The Palace of the Generalitat
- The Central City Market