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Pineda BeachAbout Valencia:

Valencia is a province of Spain, in the central part of the Valencian Community. One-third of the population live in the capital, Valencia, which is also the capital of the autonomous community. There are 265 municipalities in the province.

Climate: The province of Valencia has an enviably mild climate, which makes it ideal as an all year round destination, boasting nearly 2,700 hours of sunshine; hot summers and mild winters are interspersed with stormy autumn and spring months.

The plain of Valencia, Valencia , SpainGeography: Valencia is bordered by the provinces of Alicante, Albacete, Cuenca, Teruel, Castellon, and the Mediterranean Sea. The northwestern side of the province is in the mountainous Sistema Iberico area. Part of its territory, the Rincon de Ademuz, is an exclave sandwiched between the provinces of Cuenca and Teruel.

Valencia National Museum, Valencia , SpainHistory: The Spanish Constitution of 1812 loosely created the province of Valencia, a stable administrative entity does not arise until the territorial division of Spain in 1833. In the fifteenth century, Valencia witnessed its golden age, when political autonomy was granted by the Aragonese king, James I. Trade boomed in the region and became a centre for writers and poets. The Mediterranean ambitions of its rulers and nobles made it into an unquestionable power to be reckoned with.

VALENCIA MOUNTAINS, Valencia , SpainMountains and Rivers: The province of Valencia, like the rest of the region, is mountainous in the interior, particularly in the north and west, with the Sistema Central running from north to south and the foothills of Andalusia from west to east. This mountainous interior features deep and steep valleys formed by the major rivers running through. The plain of Valencia, is the second largest coastal plain of the country, located in the low region between the Jucar and Turia river valleys. The main rivers include the Palancia and the Serpis. The Altiplano de Requena-Utiel range, in the interior of the Valencia region.

Saler Beach, Valencia , SpainBeaches: The beaches in Valencia are very high-quality beaches, situated to the north of the port of Valencia; they provide excellent facilities and water sports equipment is also available to hire. Pineda Beach to the south of Valencia has access for the disabled and basic services for public useDevesa Beach: although isolated, this beach has a range of services available and is set right in the heart of Valencias La Albufera Natural Park. Saler Beach: stretching over six kilometres of sand is close to Valencia’s La Albufera Natural Park.

Valencia city, Valencia , SpainCapital city: Valencia was founded as a Roman colony in 138 BC. It is the capital of the autonomous community Valencia, is the third largest city in Spain. The city has global city status and Port of Valencia is the 5th busiest container port in Europe. Valencia is known for the birthplace of paella and Fallas Festival. The city is situated on the banks of the Turia, on the east coast of the Iberian Peninsula, fronting the Gulf of Valencia on the Mediterranean Sea. Its historic centre is one of the largest in Spain, with approximately 169 hectares this heritage of ancient monuments, views and cultural attractions makes Valencia one of the country's most popular tourist destinations.

Las Fallas,, Valencia , SpainCulture: Las Fallas is the traditional feast of Saint Joseph, when between the 12th and 19th of March, the people of Valencia take to the streets with towering sculptured statues that have been a year in the making. All day and night crowds of locals and foreigners fill the streets and the sounds of exploding firecrackers and fireworks fill the air. At the end of the week, the huge statues are awarded prizes and then set on fire, which marks the end of Las Fallas and the beginning of spring.

The Valencian paella, Valencia , SpainFood and Beverage: The Valencian paella, made with rice, chicken, rabbit and vegetables, is the typical Valencian dish and the most famous dish from Spain. The three most popular varieties, normally served in the tourist bars and restaurants are the meat paella (with chicken or rabbit), the seafood paella and the mixed paella, which combines meat and fish. Valencia is also famous for its sweet pastries and breads: Panquemados (toasted bread), Valencian doughnuts, turnovers, coconut cakes, anisette rolls, almond rosegons, egg-rings for Easter, Epiphany rings, and the list goes on.

paragliding, Valencia , SpainSports: The 112 km of coast in Valencia offers innumerable opportunities for leisure and sports. It is a best place to visit in winter were it offers all types of nautical activities such as sailing, scuba diving. Valencia also offers various prestigious golf courses. These include Saler, Oliva Nova and L’escorpión in Betera; The Manises; and El Bosque in Chieva. A taste of nature with a bit a twist there are opportunities for bicycling, canoeing, rappelling, rock climbing, horseback riding and paragliding.

silk ribbons, Valencia , SpainEconomy: The rice crops are the most valuable, and are chiefly produced in the tract which is irrigated by the Albufera, a large lake in the neighbourhood of Valencia. The province of Valencia is a notable producer of satins, silk ribbons, and velvets. The export of fruit from Valencia is also considerable, particularly of raisins. The raisins are of two kinds, the muscatel, and an inferior and smaller raisin, called pasa de legia. Tourism is a major source of income, with the city of Valencia and the resort towns along the coast being the primary earners during the summer months.

Valencia night life Night life and Shopping: Valencia is famous for its discotheques, where the music plays until dawn. They are situated on the outskirts of the city and on the Valencia - Cullera road, which encompasses numerous residential estates and beaches. Tavernes Blanques is the home of local porcelain production, home to the firm Lladro, which exports all over the world. L´Olleria and Llosa de Ranes craft handmade glassware and woodcraft and a thriving furniture industry can be found at Alboraya, Xirivella and Torrent.

 

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