Valencia (in Valencian and officially, València) is a municipality and a city in Spain, capital of the province of the same name and of the Valencian Community. With a population of 801,545 inhabitants (as of 2020), which rises to 1,581,057 inhabitants if its suburban space is included, is the third most populated city and metropolitan …More
Peñíscola (in Valencian Peníscola) is a municipality in the Valencia Community, Spain, located on the north coast of the province of Castellón, in the Bajo Maestrazgo region. It has had a city title since 1707. Since January 2013, the village is a member of The Most Beautiful Towns of Spain association.
The town is located on the Costa …More
Alcossebre is a seaside village in the Valencia Community along the eastern Mediterranean coast of Spain in the province of Castelló. It is a popular part of the Costa del Azahar, bordering with Peniscola in the north and Torreblanca in the south.
Along its ten kilometers of coastline, five large sandy beaches stand out: Cargador (Carregador), …More
Benicàssim is a municipality and sea resort located in the province of Castelló, on the Costa del Azahar in Spain. Benicassim is located 13 km north of the town of Castelló de la Plana.
Tourism and main attractions
Parish Church of Santo Tomás de Villanueva. Built at the initiative of Francisco Pérez Bayer. It is …More
Alicante (in Valencian and co-officially Alacant) is a city and a municipality in Spain, capital of the province of the same name, in the Valencian Community. Port city, is located on the Mediterranean coast. It is the second most populated municipality in the autonomous community and the 11th in the country.
It forms an agglomeration with …More
Torrevieja (Valencian: Torrevella) is a seaside city and municipality located on the Costa Blanca in the province of Alicante, in the southern part of the Valencia Community, on the southeastern Mediterranean coast of Spain.
The economic activity of citizens is based mainly on tourism and services. Formerly the fishing and salt industry from the Torrevieja and …More
Altea is a Spanish municipality in the province of Alicante (Valencian Community) —and also the municipal capital— located in the Marina Baja region, on the Mediterranean coast of the bay of Altea, south of Calpe and north of Alfaz del Pi.
Altea holds the official title of Cultural Capital of the Valencian Community.
Altea is a founding …More
Moraira is a small Spanish coastal town, part of Teulada (also known as Teulada-Moraira) municipality, in the Marina Alta comarca, 80 km north of Alicante and 100 km south of Valencia.
The town is located adjacent to the neighbouring village of El Portet and both communities form a tourist resort on the Costa Blanca strip, with 8 …More
Denia (in Valencian and, officially, Dénia) is a city of the Valencia Community, Spain, located on the northern coast of the province of Alicante. It is the capital of the region of La Marina Alta, also known as Marchesado de Denia. It had 42 166 inhabitants (2019), but in summer its population can quintuplicate, arriving …More
Sueca is a municipality and city of Spain, in the Valencian Community. Belonging to the province of Valencia and capital of the Ribera Baja region. Its origin lies in an Andalusian farmhouse.
As its municipal area is largely dedicated to the cultivation of rice, the city has hosted the prestigious International Competition of Paella Valenciana de Sueca …More