Cullera embraces the Mediterranean Sea at the end of the Iberian Mountain, located on the banks of the Júcar River. The historical parts of the city are to the south, while the tourist district is to the east. North of Mount Cullera you can find the lagoon San Lorenzo, which marks the southern limits of the Albufera National Park. The city is located 38 kilometers from the capital of the province, Valencia.
Peniscola is a municipality in the Valencian Community, Spain, located on the north coast of the province of Castellón, in the region of Bajo Maestrazgo.
The city is situated on a rocky peninsula, initially united to the mainland only by a sandy isthmus, which sometimes floods.
Currently, due to the port and construction of buildings on the isthmus, this curiously disappeared.
In the rocky rises an old area of town, of which the castle stands Papa Luna, Peniscola divided into two completely different halves.
Mount dintotalul occupies the southern two-thirds of 81 km ².
Castellon de la Plana, Valencia is a city, an autonomous region in Spain. Castellon de la Plana is the capital of Castellon province, situated on the Mediterranean coast of Spain.
The city counted 172,624 inhabitants in 2007 and is the core of a metropolitan area of 298,678 inhabitants.
From Historically, the city Castellon de la Plana was officially established properly since 1251, after conquering the Kingdom of the Moors in Valencia. During the Middle Ages, the city was protected by ditches, walls and towers, a church was built, later became the cathedral.
Vinaròs (Valencia pronunciation: [vinaɾɔs]) is a city in eastern Spain, in the province of Castellón and part of the autonomous Valencian Community. Valencia City is on the Gulf coast of the western Mediterranean, Vinaròs is a fishing port and tourist destination.
Almussafes is a municipality in the municipality of Ribera Baixa in the Community of Valencia, Spain, with an area of 10.77 km² and a population of 8,932 inhabitants.
Puig d'Enesa or El Puig de Cebolla), is a village located 15 km north of the city of Valencia in the region Horta Nord, Spain. Its name means "hill" in Valencian).
Costa de Valencia Sagunto extends from the north to the south of El Grau. The entire coast is very popular and beautiful city center of Valencia.
Valencia is a vibrant city, a real mix of ancient and modern architecture, but a tragedy has turned the city. In 1957 there was a catastrophic flood and decided to redraw the Turia River, south of town. Old riverbed of the river was transformed into a fantastic new resource for the city, with gardens, walks, tree lined boulevards and many places in sports. In 2007.
Virtually all Costa de Valencia is composed of sandy beaches, mountains only to descend into the sea Cape Cullera forming a steep shore.
Elche is a city in the province of Valencia in Spain.
A part of the village is on the coast and main town is about 15 km from the Mediterranean Sea.
In the northern city of Elche are two natural beaches with fine sand and clear waters, also known as semi-urban beach Arenales del Sol. The four beaches located in the south are more exotic and natural in appearance being delimited by an interesting strip of sand dunes are part of the system Elx-Guardamar sand dunes. These beaches are the perfect setting for water sports, two scuba diving centers on the organizing Tabarca Island and other points located along the Costa Blanca resort.
Pilar de la Horadada is a small town in south-western Spain and is located about 18 km from the town of Torrevieja.
It is one of the youngest independent municipalities around the Valencia Community.
The city is located close to Murcia airport and not far from Alicante airport.
There are over 4 km of white sandy beaches at Pilar de la Horadada attached which gives you a choice between a relaxing day by the beach or a boardwalk through the city.
Pilar de la Horadada is located between sea and mountains and has a typical Mediterranean climate.