The always lively Comunidad Valenciana is the perfect destination to enjoy spending a holiday of true Mediterranean essence.
It is located in the eastern part of Spain, and it consists in three provinces that are, from north to south, Castellón, Valencia and Alicante, all embraced by the waters of the Mediterranean Sea, which has resulted in some of the best beaches in the whole country.
This is an area in which your touristic experience will be very complete, both during the day and at night, and at any time of the year, although it is an especially popular destination during the summer season.
What to see
This region has a spectacular heritage for you to enjoy, and through which you will be able to discover the different communities and time periods that have lived through each of the provinces of this territory.
What to eat
The gastronomy of which the Comunidad Valenciana can brag about, is included within the so important, and carefully protected, Mediterranean diet.
Sitting at the table to eat, in this area, is a synonym of enjoying especially of the local products straight away from the Mediterranean Sea, and elaborated in combination with those from of the land.
Especially popular are its rice dishes, and in particular, ‘paella valenciana’, although there are many other recipes that use this product as the main ingredient, such as ‘arroz al horno’, ‘arroz a banda’, or ‘arroz caldoso’.
Thinking about the Comunidad Valenciana means inevitably picturing its beaches, which are of great tourist interest and perfectly conditioned to swim in them, many of them being awarded the distinctive of
If we talk about the most characteristic festivities of the Comunidad Valenciana, we can’t possibly forget to mention the Fallas, which are a true symbol of the culture and tradition of this region, so much so, that they are considered part of the Historic and Artistic Heritage of Spain.
But you will find many other festivities and celebrations to enjoy during your stay in this region, such as the celebrations of Moros y Cristianos, especially the one held in the city of Alcoy, Fiestas de la Magdalena, in Castellón, or the Enfarinats, in Ibi.