Guide To Valencia - Something For Everyone!

The beautiful Spanish Region of Valencia has been welcoming people from all over the world for many years, especially holidaymakers. It's easy to see what attracts people to this area of Spain - the warm Mediterranean sea, stunning scenery, beautiful beaches, amazing food and sunshine. Valencia has an enviable array of natural paradises within it's 466km of coastline including picture postcard perfect sandy beaches, cliffs and coves, lagoons and islands to explore. The area simply has something for everyone.



For Fun...

Lets start with Benidorm, one of the World's most famous holiday resorts. What can you say that hasn't been said before about intense day and night life at Benidorm! It's such a popular resort in the summer months for beach lovers and those looking for a good time, day and night. Thrill seekers will always find fun at Terra Mítica, Terra Natura, Mundomar and Aqualandia theme parks.

For Watersports...

The resorts of Alicante, Dénia, Altea, and Torrevieja are all coastal destinations with an ideal climate for water sports such as diving, water skiing, sailing, kayaking or rent a boat.

For Culture...

The actual city of Valencia boasts a variety of monuments of various artistic styles such as gothic, baroque and modern. This 2000 year old city has been enriched by the presence of Iberians, Carthaginians, Romans, Muslims, and Christians. The picturesque towns of Elche and Alcoi are also well worth exploring as they are nestled among beautiful landscapes and offer rich artistic and cultural heritage.

For Scenery...

Castellón boasts beautiful scenery of mountains and over 120 km of coastline which includes some of the most fascinating beaches in the Region of Valencia. Crystal clear waters and a mild climate caress this stretch of coastline, peppered with lively towns that offer plenty of activity all year round.

For Beaches...

The city of Valencia has several beaches to visit, mostly undeveloped, traditional and family friendly such as Malvarosa beach, El Saler beach, Port Saplaya beach and Sagunto beach. Gandia has one of the best sandy beaches in the Valencia Region with also boasts a great nightlife scene with many great bars and restaurants. Denia and Javea are also lovely small resort with great beaches, plenty of bars and restaurants.

For Golf...

The Region of Valencia is home to 20 Golf courses for both beginners and professional players. The all year mild Mediterranean climate makes Valencia one of the most attractive golf regions in the world. The golf club Foressos western of Valencia is an absolute must-do for every golfer.


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