Category: Valencia

Culture of Benidorm

| January 7, 2012

Mention Benidorm and with it, by implication, the concepts of package tourism, hotel buffets, British bars with one euro a pint lager, northern English Working Men’s Club turns imitating something neither themselves nor their audience have ever been, lobster-impersonating spit-burnt sunbathers and fried English breakfasts with the bacon already coated in tomato sauce, and I […]

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Alicante monuments

| December 30, 2011

As well as museums, Alicante also has a great monumental heritage. Examples include: Santa Bárbara Castle overlooking the Mediterranean atop Mount Benacantil and providing unrivalled sea views; the Santa María Church, a 14th century Gothic temple that houses a priceless documental and artistic collection whose oldest piece is an incunable dating back to the 13th […]

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Things to do around Alicante

| December 24, 2011

Elche Elche is the Region of Valencia’s third largest city in terms of population and is the Spanish footwear capital. The mere mention of Elche immediately evokes images of its spectacular palm tree grove, El Palmeral, which has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and of the Misteri, one of Spain’s most important cultural […]

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Things to do in Javea

| December 22, 2011

Located in Alicante province, Spain, Javea is a well known market town and seaside resort. Its climate is considered one of the healthiest in the world making it a popular tourist location, more so during the winter seasons. The next time you plan to visit Spain, make it a point to include this town in […]

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Things to do around Javea

| December 14, 2011

If you have completed enjoying all that Javea has to offer, what about moving a bit away from it and checking out the other tourist spots in the vicinity? A word of advise though. You will be better off by hiring a car to undertake your exploring because Javea occupies a lot of space and […]

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Alicante fiestas

| December 12, 2011

Visitors to the city of Alicante have many an opportunity to make their trip coincide with one of the many Spanish fiestas dotting the calendar throughout the year. The Hogueras de San Juan bonfire celebrations, the Moors and Christians parades, Carnival, Holy Week, the pilgrimage to the Santa Faz Monastery and Christmas are just some […]

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Javea holidays

| December 10, 2011

Situated in the province of Alicante, Spain and located behind a wide bay, Javea is a popular seaside resort and costal town. It is a popular tourist destination because of its micro climate, considered as one of the healthiest in the world. Add to this the fact that this costal town receives more sunshine than […]

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Benidorm, Aparthotel Levante Club

| December 10, 2011

The Aparthotel Levante Club is located in Benidorm, Spain, just two blocks from the beach, and two kilometres from Triangular Square. Aqualandia Water Park and Mundomar Dolphin Park are both one kilometre away, and Alicante Airport is 42 kilometres distance.

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Montgo Natural Park

| December 9, 2011

Those who are interested in nature and its beauties must visit the Montgo Natural Park in the Region of Valencia. This natural park lies 753 meters above sea level and boasts of 600 and more vegetable species. The famous amongst them are the black sabine, rock scabious, Valencia rock violet, maritime fennel, red lavender, kermes […]

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Alicante museums

| December 5, 2011

The city of Alicante is home to a large selection of museums capable of satisfying the most curious and demanding of intellects. The leading institutions include the MARQ Archaeological Museum, one of Spain’s most avant-garde museums due to the innovative way in which archaeology is presented using the most hi-tech audiovisual techniques, earning it the […]

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Torrevieja sightseeings

| November 30, 2011

There is never a shortage of memorable Torrevieja sightseeing when visiting this popular vacation destination. Torrevieja offers museums, festivals, parks, history and so much more. The city’s festivals are a particularly memorable experience in Torrevieja and the Costa Blanca region. Festivals are held all year around, but regardless of when you visit Torrevieja, Spain, you […]

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Beaches and nightlife in Benidorm

| November 21, 2011

Benidorm, Spain is located approximately twenty-eight miles northeast of Alicante and is one of the main tourist cities on the Costa Blanca. It is perfectly situated on the Mediterranean Sea and offers many choices of fabulous beach front accommodations. It is indeed a city built for tourism with plenty to do and see during the […]

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Exploring the southern Costa Blanca

| November 19, 2011

Flying into the International airport of Alicante, places you right in the centre of the Costa Blanca holiday region. To the south, the costal plane is fairly flat with long sandy beaches, many of them blue flag, ideal of your Costa Blanca vacation.

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Alicante beaches

| November 17, 2011

Eleven nautical miles from the city of Alicante lies the island known as La Isla de Tabarca, the only inhabited island in the whole Region of Valencia. The excellent quality of its waters and the biodiversity of its fauna have led to its official designation as a Mediterranean Marine Reserve.

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Things to see and do in Altea

| November 15, 2011

If you’re traveling to Spain and looking for a vacation spot in which to relax and unwind, consider Altea.  North of Benidorm, you’ll find an unspoiled fishing village that has kept its small-town charm and natural beauty. Traveling to Altea This city is located approximately one hour from the Alicante airport.   Several different modes of […]

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Tourist attractions in Valencia

| October 4, 2011

Located on the Gulf of Valencia on Spain’s eastern Mediterranean coast, Valencia is equidistant from Barcelona to its north or Madrid to its west, with the distance separating them being 350 kilometers. Apart from Spanish, the residents of this city also converse in Valenciano. It is famous all over the world for its Las Fallas […]

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