Category: Valencia

Torrevieja sightseeings


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 will surely find something to enjoy during your stay. Continue Reading

Beaches and nightlife in Benidorm


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 day and a busy nightlife to experience after the sun sets. The weather is the typical Mediterranean weather, but even in the winter season, the mountains surrounding the city protects it from the cold winds. Naturally, though, it is the most popular with tourists during the summer season when one can more enjoy the sun and beaches. Continue Reading

Exploring the southern Costa Blanca


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. Continue Reading

Alicante beaches


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. Continue Reading

Things to see and do in Altea


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 transportation are available to you once you land.  You might find it most convenient to rent a car, but public buses and trains are also options. Continue Reading

Tourist attractions in Valencia


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 festival that takes place between the 12th and the 19th of March every year. Its mild winters and dry and warm summers make it a favorite amongst tourists, especially during winter. Continue Reading