Benidorm may be known as the seaside destination that never sleeps, but it’s also an ode to the Mediterranean. The peaceful coves and beaches that line the coastline breathe a sense of total tranquillity. Read on to discover the contradictions that define this popular holiday town.
Some stretches of the Valencian coastline will give you goosebumps. With its magical sunsets, refreshing sea breeze and unforgettable vistas over the clear waters, La Foradada cove in Vinaròs will leave you speechless.
Picturesque blue doors set against whitewashed houses. The sea breeze giving you welcome respite from the heat. The sand burying your feet. Jávea bay escapes words - so the best thing? Explore it for yourself.
While away the hours at a seascape defined by the colours of the agricultural land and the turquoise waters of the Mediterranean. A stretch of the coastline which awakens your senses while lulling you into a state of relaxation. Discover Alboraya.
The streets of the Region of Valencia are awash with art. Wherever you go and whichever way you look, you will be treated to beautiful, detailed and colourful pieces of urban art. Find out the best places to see this artistic phenomenon.
While getting lost in the villages of Castellón is always a great idea, embarking on your exploration in autumn and winter promises to be an unforgettable experience. Find out more about the province and discover the destination for your next adventure.
Autumn is a wonderful time of year to explore the extraordinary landscapes of the Mediterranean coastline in the Region of Valencia. In this post, we take a look at the coastline, province by province.