Apartment for up to six people in Calpe, right by the beach.1/22Vamos a la Playa!
Costa Blanca | Off to the beach! And also take the shortest route. With these holiday apartments and houses you are no further than 100 metres from the beaches of Costa Blanca.
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2/22On 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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Pool villa for 8 people near Calpe.3/22Mediterranean, pool or both?
Costa Blanca | Maybe it’s a bit decadent to directly look at the sea from the own pool. But it’s so nice and when on holiday some treats are allowed. These holiday houses have a pool and offer a clear view of the sea.
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4/22Best holiday resort in Spain
Moraira | Moraira, on the Costa Blanca, is a real tip for holiday home vacationers. The place has retained a lot of originality and has been selected by you as the best Spanish holiday resort 2014.
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5/22Best holiday resort in Spain
Jávea | Along an elongated bay on the Costa Blanca is Jávea – or Xàbia as the inhabitants call it. For many holidaymakers, it’s the ideal place for a bathing holiday under the Spanish sun.
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Holiday apartments in Valencia, the region in the east of Spain
Every year many guests travel to the east coast of Spain, because of the breathtaking sandy beaches and the multifaceted hinterland. Here one can take a deep breath and leave one’s cares behind. Holiday apartments and homes in Valencia, a province full of extremes, stimulate to disenthrall oneself from the hustle and bustle of everyday life and to discover the way of life and culture of this stunning holiday country. The apartments, bungalows and studios are characteristic of the Spanish architecture and traditionally furnished, some holiday houses even offer a pool. And in order to make families with children and small groups feel at home, some holiday apartments and houses are especially designed for 6 or more persons.
A journey of discovery through the east of Spain with holiday houses in Valencia
Along the Spanish Mediterranean coast there is a multitude of places ideal for a relaxing bathing holiday. Holiday apartments in Valencia can be found in Valencia itself, but also in Castellon de la Plana, Puerto Sagunto, La Patacona, Cullera, Dénia or Jávea. The city of Valencia is located at the mouth of the Turia and is a renowned metropolis and one of Spain’s largest cities. With the Silk Exchange, Valencia Cathedral, the “Palau de les Arts Reina Sofia”, many museums, parks and Europe’s largest aquarium Valencia is one the country’s most interesting destinations. But the city has also many culinary delights to offer, so for example Valencia is the home of the wonderful Serrano ham, delicious paella and many ice-cream creations, which will melt in your mouth. The coastal region near Valencia is also known as the Costa de Valencia, which is a part of the Costa del Azahar. In 2007 and 2010 the famous America’s Cup took place here.
Valencia, the lovely beauty in theeast of Spain
When setting out for a journey of discovery from your holiday house in Valencia to the hinterland you will soon discover that this Spanish region has so much more to offer than just the wonderful small villages along the great coast. The backcountry is characterised by olive and almond trees, citrus plantations, fertile plains and towering mountain ranges. It offers hikers and mountain bikers demanding terrain and the beauties of the province of Valencia to discover. This includes also the “Parque Natural de la Albufera de Valencia” south of Valencia. It is probably the country’s largest and most impressive wetland area. Marshy landscapes and “La Albufera”, the large freshwater lake, offer more than 250 bird species enough room to prosper. Further excursion destinations include Sagunto, the place where Hannibal was comfortable, Xátiva with Europe’s first paper mill and Cullera with its fishing harbour and relicts from bygone times.