Valencia trekking information


39° 30' 14.5476" N, 0° 21' 5.6268" W

Hidden and sometimes hard to find, large and majestic, the beaches of the Valencian community are without doubt among the best beaches in Spain. Hundreds of kilometres of mediterranean coastline to enjoy unforgettable holidays on the beaches of Alicante on the Costa Blanca; on the beaches of Benidorm, the beaches of Valencia or the beaches of Castellon, on the Costa Azahar. Everyone will enjoy their stay in the region: long beaches of golden sand on the coast, and inland mountain ranges; indoor and outdoor sports facilities; popular fiestas such as Las Fallas and little-known pilgrimages to holy shrines; tourist attractions for everyone, exquisite cuisine, good business, interesting congresses and conventions, such as the City of the Arts and Sciences in Valencia.


As such, the influx of tourists arriving in Valencia has prompted the local government to promote construction of hotels and other accommodations like high rise condominiums, flats and apartment complexes to cater to the need of places to stay while on their holidays in the region. For those looking for luxury Spanish villas and vacation rental homes similar to those of Vacation Rental People Spain Villas offerings, these are also readily available although prices may run a bit high for these types of accommodations.

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