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  • La Pobla de Farnals

    The Pobla de Farnals is drawn by its coastal core identifiable by the numerous apartments and the building in height, but also, chalets and bungalows ...
  • El Puig

    The urban area of El Puig is close to the city of Valencia and some distance from the beach (about four kilometers in a straight ...
  • Sueca

    Sueca emerges among the floodplains where the precious rice is sown: a traditional crop of the area that is the basis of local cuisine and ...
  • Tavernes de la Valldigna

    The foothills of the Serra de la Murta, a small vegetable oasis that rises on the plain where the rice fields dominate, leave a perfect ...
  • Canet d’En Berenguer

    This small town, embraced and wrapped in a geographical sense by Sagunto, emerged as a small farmhouse and, in its maritime façade, houses a beach ...
  • Teulada-Moraira

    The municipality has two population centers: one in the interior, Teulada, and Moraira on the coast. While the urbanizations dominate much of the landscape, the ...
  • Finestrat

    The town of Finestrat is located at the foot of the Puig Campana, the second most important peak in the province of Alicante, with 1,406 ...
  • Gandia

    Long and well-kept beaches, a capricious river -the Serpis and its mouth-, steep mountains very close to the coast, like the Monduver, with more than ...
  • Altea

    Located on a hillock, the town of Altea dominates a large sector of the Costa Blanca. Its steep streets, its whitewashed buildings, paved streets, roundabouta, ...
  • Benidorm

    Located in a privileged orientation, sheltered from the Serra Gelada Natural Park, the town looks at the Mediterranean, directly at its heart, at its essence ...
  • Bellreguard

    Far from urban agglomerations, this town of the Safor is located between its beach and its urban center, with its main artery that nourishes it, ...
  • Meliana

    Its seafront is composed of a sandy and gravel beach, more than a kilometer in length. It is open, protected by a zone of dunes ...
  • Elche / Elx

    Tras su periplo por la provincia de Alicante, el río Vinalopó, que discurre sigiloso desde las montañas del interior, llega por fin exhausto a la ...
  • El Campello

    El Campello has long and excellent beaches in an abrupt and complex environment from the orographic point of view, with steep coasts of half height, ...
  • Puçol

    The municipality of Puçol is located, almost like no other, halfway between two antagonistic zones that blend here perfectly. The mountain, to the west, caressing ...
  • El Poble Nou de Benitatxell

    Long time belonging to the Marquesado de Denia, the Poble Nou de Benitatxell preserves the traditional flavor of the small towns of the interior of ...
  • Calpe

    From the air, the combination of a majestic calcareous promontory of more than three hundred meters of height with the plain where the salinas are ...
  • Alboraya

    Alboraya is synonymous with millenary orchard, domain of crops, but also, care and love put at the service of crops: up to four a year, ...
  • Villajoyosa / La Vila Joiosa

    Villajoyosa lives overturned to the sea. It seems that the nearby mountains drove it to its sweet destination, next to the calm waters of the ...
  • Benissa

    His name of Arabic origin tells us about his rich past. In Benissa there is evidence of innumerable Berber attacks on a coast especially prone ...
  • Cullera

    Cullera and its beaches have been since ancient times the pretty girl for the people of the nearby city of Valencia and bordering towns. The ...
  • Alicante

    The city of Alicante is one of those unique places where you can still live without the hassles of big cities, but with all the ...
  • Guardamar de la Safor

    Surrounded by other small towns of the Safor as Daimus, Piles or Bellreguard, the population of Guardamar de la Safor is, if possible, more modest ...
  • Alfaz del Pi / L’Alfàs del Pi

    Its particular geographical location, halfway between the mountain and the sea, and its particular microclimate may be the reasons that have attracted thousands of Europeans ...
  • Orihuela

    Orihuela is the capital of a very extensive and once enormously fertile region: the Vega Baja del Segura. The coast of Orihuela presents an unusual ...
  • Jávea / Xàbia

    Located on the southern slope of the Montgó, Jávea probably has the best views of the majestic mountain that presides over everything: a mountain that, ...
  • Massamagrell

    Its small coastal front is located in the proximity of areas in the process of restoration, as well as the beach itself. Its coastal sector ...
  • Denia / Dénia

    Guarded by the always venerable and challenging summit of the Montgó, the city of Denia has the flavor of a traditional sailor town, seasoned with ...
  • Pilar de la Horadada

    Located in the south end of the Valencian Community, Pilar de la Horadada gives way to the south to the Region of Murcia. To the ...
  • Els Poblets

    The charm of an old Muslim farmhouse escapes and oozes through the streets of what were the towns of Setla, Mirarrosa and Miraflor. Evocative names ...
  • Xeraco

    The agricultural predominance of the town, with the orange moving the local economy from yesteryear, should not make you forget that Xeraco has an attractive ...
  • Daimús

    Without the fuss of other coastal towns, but with all the Mediterranean character of its people and the hospitality and openness of the same. This ...
  • Oliva

    The town of Oliva, its old town and its beach have attracted visitors from all corners of Spain and abroad from ancient times. The recipe ...
  • Santa Pola

    With the mountains as the frame and culmination of the spectacular urban development of Santa Pola, the town enjoys an unprecedented tourist boost backed by ...
  • Sagunto

    The city of Sagunto is the clearest example of openness to the Mediterranean in every way. Its castle, on a walled hill that rises to ...
  • Piles

    Among a sea of orange trees emerges this small town of the Safor dedicated to agriculture that, in its coastal strip, still presumes quiet summers ...
  • Guardamar del Segura

    Guardamar del Segura es conocida por sus dunas, sus largas y codiciadas arenas y aguas color turquesa. Guardamar del Segura is known for its dunes, ...
  • Torrevieja

    Thanks to the production and trade of salt, the population of Torrevieja once experienced an economic bonanza to which it replaced the spectacular urban development, ...
  • Valencia

    Supported by a rich history that gives it its current character, the city of Valencia looks without complexes to the future, searching and earning a ...
  • Miramar

    The charm of these Valencian towns lies in their quiet and familiar environment, surrounded by crops that condition the daily life of their people and ...
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