The Community of Valencia offers a typical Mediterranean landscape with vast coastal plains and important mountainous areas. Its ancient culture has left, as part of its heritage, countless festivals celebrated in all municipalities. In terms of tourism we can distinguish four main identities: Costa Blanca, Benidorm, Valencia and Castellón Costa Azahar.
The city of Valencia has an extensive historical and artistic heritage, we could highlight the Lonja de la Seda, declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO and the innovative City of Arts and Sciences, one of the main attractions. Its Fallas de San José, International Tourist Interest Celebration, are one of the most popular in the country.
The tourism brand Castellón Costa Azahar, along with beautiful beaches and coves, has natural spaces such as the archipelago of the Columbretes Islands, natural park and marine reserve of volcanic origin. It is the second most mountainous province in Spain so a visit to the interior is highly recommended for nature lovers to discover natural parks like the Prat de Cabanes-Torreblanca or the Sierra de Espadán. The interior locations such as Morella, one of the prettiest villages in the country, will also surprise you. Oranges and paella are the gastronomic symbols of this province.
In the province of Alicante, Costa Blanca tourist brand, there are several celebrations declared of International Tourist Interest: Bonfires of San Juan, the International Habaneras and Polyphonies, Moors and Christians, the Mystery of Elche and the Palm Sunday Processions. In addition, it is also home of the Palm Grove of Elche and abundant archaeological cave paintings, many of which belong to the Mediterranean Arch on the Iberian Peninsula, declared World Heritage Site by UNESCO.