1/14Best holiday resort in Spain
Moraira | Moraira, on the Costa Blanca, is a real tip for holiday home vacationers. The place has retained a lot of originality and has been selected by you as the best Spanish holiday resort 2014.
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View over Valencia from the rooftop terrace of an apartment for three people in the historic quarter.3/14Sunny city trip in the Mediterranean
Valencia | From the shopping mile right onto the beach. Or would you prefer to get to know the captivating museum scene? In the evening, it’s off to the city’s historic quarter. Experience Valencia in all its colours.
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5/14On the orange blossom coast
Costa del Azahar | This is where the name says it all. Oranges bloom and flourish on the coast of the Valencia region in the spring. Discover the "coast of orange blossoms" during your next holiday in Spain.
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Spain‘s white coast
Costa Blanca | The “white coast” around the port town of Alicante owes its name to the traditional white washed houses found in this region. Equally though the long white sandy beaches are a feature of Costa Blanca.
Many towns and villages have sought to retain their typical traditional character and limit the effects of mass tourism as much as possible. Here Denia can be given as an example which is a town full of vitality and colour. On a hill one is able to find the ruins of a castle from where one also has a fantastic view over the town and marina. A small fishing village fits into the picturesque setting of the town. When the fishers return back in the evening one is able to witness the turbulent scenes of a traditional fish market. The caught crawfish are appreciated beyond the boundaries of this city. Probably one of the most well known towns along the Costa Blanca is Benidorm. Enticed by the extensive bay and sheer endless overtures to revellers the place welcomes around 4 million tourists each year. Also a very popular resort is Calpe that is situated at the sea near a steep volcano rock. A particularly interesting day trip would be the park El Palmeral in Elche that has more than 200,000 palm trees and is the largest palm garden in the world. The palm trees blend in perfectly with the townscape of Elche and at a distance you would think it is actually a forest.
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show more supermarket is in Jalon. Fontilles (6km) has the only remaining leper sanctuary in Europe and is well worth a visit. The very popular resort of Benidorm with a theme park, water park, world class entertainment along with a long promenade is app 25 km away. Inland from Alcalali is the city of Alcoy (35km)which has the longest running Moors and Christian parade in Spain. The vibrant city of Valencia with the largest aquarium in Europe and a beautiful port area which was the host for the 2011 Amercas Cup is app 80 km distant. The area has numerous marked hiking trails a list of which is available from the tourist info in Jalon. For the slightly more adventurous there is also rock climbing and pot-holing in the area. The annual fiestas take place the last week of June and also San Migual in August. In the months of July and August there is usually a fiesta in a village nearby. There is a large municipal swimming pool including a kiddies pool a short 5 minute walk from the village. In short there is plenty of things to do if one gets bored with sitting around the house reading a book.