Apartments and Villas on The Costa Azahar

Costa del Azahar is a generally unspoilt area with white sandy beaches, fragrant orange and lemon groves, a pleasant climate and spectacular countryside. The region has the largest proportion of protected parks and nature reserves in the whole of Spain.



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One of the biggest cities in Spain, and among the most livelies. It is located at the Mediterranean sea, and you will find beaches right in the very heart of it. During the summer-months it is heavily visited by tourists, and if you want to spend holidays at the beach, with fantastic possibilities for any kind of sports (golf, diving, cycling, tennis, etc. are all very popular here) and a boiling nightlife, together with an ample cultural offer, then Valencia is the place for you.

Important trade fairs confirm Valencia's position as one of the most dynamic cities in Spain, as does the spectacular Ciudad de las Artes y las Ciencias, the "City of Arts and Sciences", a newly constructed area of the city boasting extravagant architecture.

After all that probably you will get hungry , and you have the chance to try Spain's most famous food right where it was born: "Paella Valenciana".

Then Valencia is of course the city where "El Cid", Spain's national hero, fought against the Moors, and popular festivals in the city and many villages around still remind of this epoch.

In recent years, important international sports events like the America's Cup and the Formula 1 Grand Prix on a street circuit at the city's port have put Valencia more than ever on the world map.

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The Costa del Azahar is a generally unspoilt area with white sandy beaches, fragrant orange and lemon groves, a pleasant climate and spectacular countryside. The region has the largest proportion of protected parks and nature reserves in the whole of Spain.

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BELOW are is a selection of HOLIDAY RENTALS in the Valencia area To see. more rentals use the Scroll Bar

Hotel Valencia Center   Avenida de Francia, 33, Valencia
Score from 2477 reviews: Very good 8.2 There are 4 people looking at this hotel.
Hotel Valencia Center is 400 metres from Valencia’s City of Arts and Sciences, 3 km from the city centre. It offers a sauna, gym and outdoor pool, and free Wi-Fi. More

The hotel is a 10-minute walk from Ayora Metro Station, which connects to the city centre and the airport. It takes 5 minutes by bus to the beach or city centre, and there is a bus stop opposite the hotel.

All air-conditioned rooms have a satellite TV, safe and minibar. The private bathroom is equipped with a hairdryer.

The hotel restaurant serves Mediterranean cuisine. There is a bar and room service is available.

There is a 24-hour front desk and you can hire a car at the tour desk. On-site parking is available for an extra charge.

 Hotel Rooms: 140,


Sweet Hotel Continental   Correos, 8, Ciutat Vella, Valencia
Score from 1556 reviews: Very good 8.3 There are 2 people looking at this hotel.
Hotel Continental is located in central Valencia, 5 minutes’ walk from Estació del Nord Station and next to the city’s main square. It offers 24-hour reception and rooms with satellite TV. More

The hotel serves a daily continental breakfast in the breakfast room. There is a range of good restaurants within a 5-minute walk.

Guests can enjoy views of the city from the terrace, which is fitted with tables and chairs.

Staff at the Continental Hotel’s reception can provide information about what to see and do in Valencia. The shopping streets of Colón and Poeta Querol are under 5 minutes’ walk away.

Hotel Rooms: 46

Apartamentos Tamarindos   Avenida Papa Luna, 168, Peñíscola
Score from 223 reviews: Very good 8.4 There is 1 person looking at these apartments.
Apartamentos Tamarindos offers spacious, self-catering accommodation just off the beaches of the Costa del Azahar. It features 2 outdoor swimming pools and tropical gardens. More

There is free Wi-Fi throughout.

This sunny apartment property is located in the seaside town of Peñíscola. The closest beach is just opposite from this holiday property. When not on the beach, enjoy use of facilities such as the children's entertainment and barbecue area.

Each apartment comes equipped with a well-equipped kitchen, a spacious lounge and a furnished terrace ideal for a break with friends or family.

Take the short trip from the Tamarindos to Delta del Ebro Natural Park or the Papa Luna Castle. You can also explore the beautiful local landscape, including the historic towns of the Maestrazgo area.

Apartments: 55


Hotel Muva Beach   Porteta, 5, Peñíscola
Score from 107 reviews: Fabulous 8.8 There is 1 person looking at this hotel.
This pleasant seafront hotel is located at the foot of Peñiscola Beach, in front of the Peñiscola Castle walls.

It offers comfortable rooms with a balcony, a furnished terrace overlooking the bay and a free WiFi zone.

Hotel Muva Beach’s bright, air-conditioned rooms are soundproofed and all feature a TV, safe and a private bathroom with hairdryer. A laundry service and room service are also available.

A free continental breakfast is served and Hotel Muva Beach’s restaurant offers traditional Valencian cuisine made with local produce and set menus with discounts for hotel guests.

Several bars restaurants and shops are within a 5-minute walk of the hotel. A fishing area, situated right next to the hotel, can be reached via a jetty leading onto the beach, which stretches for 7 km.

The Sierra d’Irta Nature Reserve is just 4 km from Hotel Muva Beach. Valencia and its airport can be reached by car in around 1 hour 30 minutes.

 Hotel Rooms: 10

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Impressions of Valencia and Xativa


Valencia was founded as a Roman colony in 138 BC. The city is situated on the banks of the Turia, on the east coast of the Iberian peninsula, fronting the Gulf of Valencia of Mediterranean Sea. Its historic center is one of the largest in Spain, with approximately 169 acres; this heritage of ancient monuments, diverse scenic sites and cultural attractions makes Valencia one of the country's most popular tourist destinations for Spaniards and world travellers alike.
Among its most representative monuments are the Valencia Cathedral, the Torres de Serranos, the Torres de Quart, the Llotja de la Seda (declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1996), and the Ciutat de les Arts i les Ciències (City of Arts and Sciences), an entertainment-based cultural and architectural complex designed by Santiago Calatrava and Félix Candela. The Museu de Belles Arts de València houses a large collection of paintings from the 14th-18th centuries, including works by Velázquez, El Greco, and Goya, also an important series of engravings by Piranesi. The Institut Valencià d'Art Modern (Valencian Institute of Modern Art) offers both permanent collections and temporary exhibitions of contemporary art and photography.
Valencia is integrated into an industrial area on the Costa del Azahar (Orange Blossom Coast). Its main festival, the Falles, is known worldwide, while the traditional Spanish dish, paella, originated here.
Castle of Xàtiva is a castle located in the city of Xàtiva near Valencia, Spain. It is strategically located on the ancient roadway Via Augusta leading from Rome across the Pyrenees and down the Mediterranean coast to Cartagena and Cádiz. In 1092, the castle fell into the occupation of the Almoravids Dynasty who were expelled in an uprising that took place in 1145. During this uprising, the castle was besieged by the Governor of Valencia, Marwan Abd-al-Aziz. In 1171, the Castle finally fell, along with the rest of the Levante coast, into the hands of the Almohades. King James I of Aragon began his crusade there in the summer of 1239 finally capturing Xátiva on 22 May 1244 following a five month siege. After submitting to the Christian monarch and signing the Treaty of Jativa the Moors handed over the smaller nearby Castle to James I, while they were allowed to continue occupying the larger castle for another two years based on the terms of the treaty.

Spanish danzaes in Montroy


Montroy (in Valencian Montroi) is a municipality in the province of Valencia in the Valencian Community, Spain, belonging to the region of the Ribera Alta.

The municipality of Montroy borders the following towns: Dos Aguas, Llombai, Monserrat, Real de Montroy and Turis, all of them in the province of Valencia.

Located in the heart of the Vall dels Alcalans between Montserrat and Real de Montroy.
From Valencia, this town is access through the CV-405.

Some historians assume, through his research, that the name of Montroy is an old surname, since appearing in the time of King Jaime I in his troops some Knights and soldiers with the surname Montroy.
In the book of the Repartimiento ("Llibre del Repartiment") that the king commanded to make in order to repay the sacrifices soldiers and weapons made during the epic tale of the conquest, it has reliably donated to the small village of Montroy to Rodoviens of Lizana.
In the year 1307, don Pedro Soler, master of the Knights Templar, gave already populate the town of Montroy. Know, also, that later the King Pedro IV the ceremonious sold Montroy, with all its rights and privileges the master of Montesa.
Later, he went to the heritage of don Rodrigo Corella, but as this conspired against the King in the wars of the Union, the monarch instructed "despropiar of Montroy village Don Rodrigo, for high treason".
The last territorial Lord was the master of Montesa which purchase to don Melchor Mercader joined it to the Crown, with the income and wealth of the Templars, disaggregated in order.
* Parish Church. The Church of Santa Maria was built in the 16th century. It is of Latin cross plant and consists of three naves. Inside is a great baroque altarpiece and a Pietà by Gregorio Fernández.
* The tower. Of Muslim origin in the 13th century. It was built on the occasion of the vulnerability of the town from the sea. The Nasrid dynasty, built this Tower Defense. It is 12 meters high, is made of adobe of land and consists of two floors with vigilant Windows to the sea and a terrace.

It is a town that has two bands. The oldest and most award-winning: Musical artistic Union and the most recent: the harmony.

* Failures. In March, a week after the 19, held the faults in this town.
* Patron. On the third week of August begin the festivities in honor to San Bartolomé Apóstol with fireworks during a week and berbenas from midnight. The last week of August begins the taurine week of great tradition in the town.


Apartments and Villas on The Costa Azaharn

The province of Valencia, the largest of the three making up the Valencian community, is situated in the centre of the Spanish Mediterranean coastline while overlooking the spacious Gulf of Valencia; it is skirted at the back by a group of medium-high mountains and rolling plains leading to the lands of Aragon and Castile-La Mancha. It is also opposite the Balearic islands and equidistant from the country's two major decision-taking centres: Madrid and Barcelona. Take a look at a Valencia map to check where Valencia is located within Spain!

Valencia is a place identified with the Mediterranean Sea because its culture deriving from the old Mare Nostrum is shown in its patterns of social behaviour.

Furthermore, Valencia city is the administrative capital of the Valencian community and the centre of the region of L'Horta. Valencia is the most densely populated town in the region as it is encircled by a wide belt of medium-sized districts with an average density of 1,600 inhabitants per square kilometre forming an unbroken built-up area.

The Costa del Azahar is a generally unspoilt area with white sandy beaches, fragrant orange and lemon groves, a pleasant climate and spectacular countryside. The region has the largest proportion of protected parks and nature reserves in the whole of Spain.

Whilst there is some heavy development in pockets of land near the coast the Costa del Azahar has not suffered this modern invasion to the same extent as the nearby Costa Blanca or the distant Costa del Sol.

The breathtaking countryside of the Costa del Azahar is ideal for 'rural tourism' and is a perfect location for such activities as hiking, mountain biking, climbing and rafting, though a shortage of decent roads in the region is still a bit of a drawback.

One of the best known and loved resorts along the Costa del Azahar is Peniscola, known as 'The City of the Sea' it sits on a rocky promontory which juts out into the sea. Its medieval castle is surrounded by white-walled houses and forms the area of the 'old town'.


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