1/18On 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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Holiday park located near the beach on the Costa Brava.3/18Take a carefree holiday
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A holiday house at the Costa del Azahar – at the Gulf of Valencia
What a sounding name for a coastal area: Costa del Azahar. It is reminiscent of the century long tradition of the Arabic occupation and its language. The word azahar means orange blossom and is of Arabic origin. But even more impressive than the sound of the word is the fragrance of the small, white blossoms of the orange trees. Once having experienced the fine scent in your holiday apartment at the Costa del Azahar you will surely not forget it easily. One more reason for booking a holiday apartment at the Costa del Azahar which is also known as the Gulf of Valencia.
A holiday house at the Costa del Azahar – sensuous experience
The coast stretches along the two provinces Castelló and Valencia, to be more explicit between the two places Alcanar in the north and Oliva in the south. In-between one can find a lot of beaches ideal for sun bathing and recreational activities. Popular bathing places are lined up just like pearls on a string: Benicàssim, Peñiscola, Castelló de la Plana, Sagunt, Gandía, Valencia, Cullera and many others. And every place offers different recreational activities for guests of holiday apartments at the Costa del Azahar. Benicàssim for example is renowned for its annual music festival which takes place in the summer and always comes up with famous artists. Peñiscola is famous in Spain for its tourism, which is under the spell of the small historic town and the ancient castle above the Mediterranean. Those who seek authentic Spanish everyday life will love the larger city Gandía which offers a harbour and many businesses.
Between the desert and the Ebro Delta
Nature also offers an appealing alternative for the bustling exploring tourist with a holiday apartment at the Costa del Azahar. The coastal region at the Spanish Mediterranean combines two distinct contrasts: the desert and the river delta. The nature park Desierto de las Palmas is situated in the hinterland of Benicàssim and Orpesa and offers on an area of around 3,300 hectare a sparse landscape with a special palm tree which can only be found there. Around twice as large is the marshland of the nature park Delta del Ebro, where the most water-rich river of the Iberian Peninsula enters the Mediterranean at the level of the province Tarragona.