The Valencia Region Spain …
The Valencia Region Spain is one of 17 autonomous regions in Spain.
The region is divided into 3 provinces
Castellon in the north, Valencia in the center and the province of Alicante in the south. These three provinces form the Comunitat Valenciana.
With over 500 kilometers of stunning coastline, this is one of the most popular holiday destinations in Europe.
Province of Castellón ~ Valencia Region Spain
Capital of the province is Castellón la Plana which is situated to the north of the region between Valencia and Barcelona. The city is similar to Valencia in that it’s a mixture of old and new and culturally and economically dynamic.
The modern avenues and narrow winding streets boast Gothic and Modernist buildings and the popular Museu de Belles Arts (The Museum of Fine Arts).
Province of Valencia ~ Valencia Region Spain
Known as La Huerta (the garden of Spain) because of its fertile land. There are wine growing villages and rice fields of L’Albufera.
Vast orange groves extend along the Costa Azahar from Castellon to Oliva, start of the Costa Blanca. Trains run from the center of Valencia to the town of Gandía and from there you can take a bus to nearby Oliva and the popular coastal resorts of the Costa Blanca.
Province of Alicante ~ Valencia Region Spain
The province of Alicante is in the south of the region of Valencia along the famous Costa Blanca. The capital of the province is Alicante city.
Popular resorts in the north of the province, along the Costa Blanca include Benidorm, Moraira, Altea, Javea, Calpe and Denia. In the south are Torrevieja, Elche, Guardemar del Segura, and many more .