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Valencian Community Seaside

Spain Seaside Destinations-Top 10 By The Mediterranean

The Mediterranean Sea has many different climates to offer and beaches to suit every kind of holiday; from rocky beaches near mountain...

Calpe Spain Travel Guide

One of the main tourist destinations on Spain’s Costa Blanca, Calpe has been home to many ancient civilisations, which means it has a fascinating history and some remnants of its past, such as its Roman...

Altea Spain Travel Guide

Feel the influence of the sea in Altea today just as people have done for centuries. Wander around the old town’s ancient cobbled streets and admire the promenades, which are lined with palm trees. On a...

Benicarlo Travel Guide

Famous for its artichokes, the entrance to Benicarlo is deceptively plain, as this fishing and agricultural town has good beaches, an interesting old quarter with some notable examples of fine architecture and...

Alcossebre-Alcalà de Xivert Travel Guide

Alcalà de Xivert and Alcossebre belong to the same municipality, so that’s the reason they are paired in this feature. What makes this pair interesting is the contrast between them – Alcossebre is a...

Castellon Airport Spain-Gateway To Orange Blossom Coast

Last week a big announcement was made that could affect the lives of many people in Spain’s province of Castellon,

Oropesa del Mar Travel Guide

The first impression of Oropesa del Mar is of a resort by the sea that has entirely given way to development for mass tourism, but actually that’s not the entire story. Oropesa del Mar is very definitely...

Torreblanca Travel Guide

Located on Spain’s Orange Blossom Coast (Costa Azahar), Torreblanca is an old fishing village that has become modernised and is promoting itself as a growing tourism destination. Compared to some of the...

Castellon de la Plana Travel Guide

Castellon de la Plana is a growing city, which has plenty to see and do, and also has its own marina – El Grao de Castellon, where there’s a casino and lots of lovely bars, restaurants and cafes....

Moncofa Travel Guide

Located only 50 km from Valencia town, you’ll find the pretty seaside town of Moncofa, which has Arabic roots. The population is a little under 6000, so in terms of a holiday destination it’s ideal...

Almassora Travel Guide

The name Almassora comes from the Latin word “mansio” which means stopping place or inn. Typically Mediterranean, the town is split by the river Mijares, and it mixes the modern with the old, the natural...

Valencia Travel Guide

Spain has some wonderful cities, and Valencia is no exception. On one hand, it has an amazing old quarter, with a really spectacular cathedral and numerous other wonderful buildings, and then there’s the...

Peniscola Spain Travel Guide

On a clear day I can see Peñíscola from the roof of our little country house, which is inland, around 25 miles away. The views of this piece of paradise are superb and rather unique, and can be seen from...

Benicassim Spain Travel Guide

Most famous for Spain’s top musical festival, Benicassim actually has one of the most charming promenades that I have ever seen. It is extremely well kept beside lovely beaches, but what makes it really...