• The Moors and Christian's festival
  • The Moors and Christian's festival
  • The Moors and Christian's festival
  • The Moors and Christian's festival
  • The Moors and Christian's festival
  • The Moors and Christian's festival
The Moors and Christian's festival The Moors and Christian's festival The Moors and Christian's festival The Moors and Christian's festival The Moors and Christian's festival The Moors and Christian's festival
The Moors and Christian's festival is celebrated by many people in Valencia. It is considered a celebration of national interest and recalls the battles between the Moors and the Christian's held on the Valencia coast. The festivities begin on July 17 and last until July 20. They include a proclamat Read more
The Moors and Christian's festival is celebrated by many people in Valencia. It is considered a celebration of national interest and recalls the battles between the Moors and the Christian's held on the Valencia coast. The festivities begin on July 17 and last until July 20. They include a proclamation that the festivities starts, called "Despertá”, musket shooting at dawn, and is followed by a dinner "Putxero", the landing on the beach and parades with costumes recalling the triumphal entries of the Moors and the Christian's, the conquest, and finally the closing with fireworks. It is an event that you shouldn’t miss. Mark it on your calendar as a period worthy of a visit. Read less
  • Oliva beach and marina
  • Oliva beach and marina
  • Oliva beach and marina
  • Oliva beach and marina
  • Oliva beach and marina
  • Oliva beach and marina
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Oliva has nearly 6 kilometers of beaches with fine sand and natural dunes surrounded by fauna and flora. Thus the Oliva area combines rural areas and urbanization, such as Pego-Oliva, the Vall de la Gallinera or Garbi that makes it so attractive for tourism. We should add that the beaches of Oliva h Read more
Oliva has nearly 6 kilometers of beaches with fine sand and natural dunes surrounded by fauna and flora. Thus the Oliva area combines rural areas and urbanization, such as Pego-Oliva, the Vall de la Gallinera or Garbi that makes it so attractive for tourism. We should add that the beaches of Oliva have been awarded a prize by the European Foundation for Environmental Education, the Blue Flag, which is a reward for the excellent condition of beaches and facilities. Besides that, the sports possibilities are excellent with its yacht club, sailing school and kite surfing that exploit marine breezes and winds. Read less
  • Historic village Oliva
  • Historic village Oliva
  • Historic village Oliva
  • Historic village Oliva
  • Historic village Oliva
  • Historic village Oliva
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Oliva was originally a walled village that lived in constant fear of Moorish pirate attacks. In the old village there are still traces of its rich historic past, with Roman and Moorish influences. You will find 2 churches in the old town, Santa Maria la Major, dating from the 17-18th century and San Read more
Oliva was originally a walled village that lived in constant fear of Moorish pirate attacks. In the old village there are still traces of its rich historic past, with Roman and Moorish influences. You will find 2 churches in the old town, Santa Maria la Major, dating from the 17-18th century and Sant Roc dating from the 18-19th century. Near Sant Roc you will find the Moorish area, called El Raval, with narrow streets, a nice neighborhood for a stroll. The Santa Anna castle dating from the 16th century is also worth a visit.  Read less
  • Oliva Nova  golf
  • Oliva Nova  golf
  • Oliva Nova  golf
  • Oliva Nova  golf
  • Oliva Nova  golf
  • Oliva Nova  golf
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Located on the beach of the Mediterranean Sea in the town of OIiva, between Denia and Gandia. A beautiful place which combines sun, sea and mountains where you will find a golf course with 18 holes designed by Severiano Ballesteros, tennis and paddle courts, four soccer fields for professionals and Read more
Located on the beach of the Mediterranean Sea in the town of OIiva, between Denia and Gandia. A beautiful place which combines sun, sea and mountains where you will find a golf course with 18 holes designed by Severiano Ballesteros, tennis and paddle courts, four soccer fields for professionals and amateurs, an equestrian center for high performance, spa and fitness. In addition there are restaurants and entertainment venues where you can enjoy the Valencian cuisine. Its sandy beaches, its location on the Mediterranean coast, the presence of orange and olive trees makes it a nice environment for rest and tourism. Read less
  • Xabia - Javea
  • Xabia - Javea
  • Xabia - Javea
  • Xabia - Javea
  • Xabia - Javea
  • Xabia - Javea
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Located in the province of Alicante, in the region of Marina Alta. Characterized by its whitewashed houses, iron railings and carved lintels in a porous golden land called "Tosca". It has 32,900 habitants, out of which 53.1% are foreigners. That is one thing that catches the eye and tells us that Xa Read more
Located in the province of Alicante, in the region of Marina Alta. Characterized by its whitewashed houses, iron railings and carved lintels in a porous golden land called "Tosca". It has 32,900 habitants, out of which 53.1% are foreigners. That is one thing that catches the eye and tells us that Xavia has developed its tourism excellently. Its history is linked to the Muslim occupation and subsequent expulsion with the recapture by Jaime I. Pirate attacks made ​​the town withdraw 2 kilometers inland and there are still fortified defenses to be seen. An enviable heritage, quality beaches, monuments and charismatic places make Xavia a place to visit. Read less
  • Valencia
  • Valencia
  • Valencia
  • Valencia
  • Valencia
  • Valencia
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The capital Valencia is without any doubt the center of the community of Valencia. It was founded in 138 A.C. as a Roman colony; conquered by Jaime I in 1238, he gave the city a new law, the Valencian charters (Els Furs). We highlight the fifteenth century as a time of economic, cultural and artisti Read more
The capital Valencia is without any doubt the center of the community of Valencia. It was founded in 138 A.C. as a Roman colony; conquered by Jaime I in 1238, he gave the city a new law, the Valencian charters (Els Furs). We highlight the fifteenth century as a time of economic, cultural and artistic peak. It was in that period that all the well-known buildings were constructed: Las Torres de Serrano, El Miguelet, and the Chapel of the Kings of the Convent of Santo Domingo. If we talk about tourism, Valencia is connected by sea, land and air. Valencia counts several museums like the City of Arts and Sciences, the Oceanographic, the Palacio de la Música and the Sorolla Museum among others. Read less
  • Denia
  • Denia
  • Denia
  • Denia
  • Denia
  • Denia
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Located in the province of Alicante, in the region of Marina Alta. Since 1987, the Montgo Natural Park has been declared a protected natural area and reaches the Cape of San Antonio where you find the Marine Reserve. Since the 60s, Denia has transformed into a coastal resort town. Enjoy the walled c Read more
Located in the province of Alicante, in the region of Marina Alta. Since 1987, the Montgo Natural Park has been declared a protected natural area and reaches the Cape of San Antonio where you find the Marine Reserve. Since the 60s, Denia has transformed into a coastal resort town. Enjoy the walled castle built by the Moors on a hill, houses and an archaeological museum. The beaches of Denia are a delight with an area of ​​about 20 kilometers. Alicante railway connects with shipping to ports such as Ibiza, Mallorca and Formentera. Do not miss the Denia food specialties, for example rice, fish and seafood, and especially the famous boiled red shrimp. Read less
  • Gandia
  • Gandia
  • Gandia
  • Gandia
  • Gandia
  • Gandia
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The seventh most populated city in the Valencian Community is located in the region of La Safor. Gandia remains from Roman and Moorish times. Its iconic landmarks are the Ducal Palace, Castle Bairén and the Convent of Santa Clara. The city offers everything one would need. Beautiful beaches combine Read more
The seventh most populated city in the Valencian Community is located in the region of La Safor. Gandia remains from Roman and Moorish times. Its iconic landmarks are the Ducal Palace, Castle Bairén and the Convent of Santa Clara. The city offers everything one would need. Beautiful beaches combined with an interesting historic center, as well as cultural events such as the Fallas. The final icing on the cake is the busy nightlife, with many bars and discotheques. Read less

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