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Valencia Community Information


The community has a population of 4 million, and the city of Alicante has 300,000 inhabitants.
The climate in the area is excellent, with an average temperature of 18°C in winter, and 32°C in the summer, which means that one can enjoy the pleasures of the sea during most of the year, and the beach can be used for sun-bathing even in the winter!.


As capital of one of the most mountainous provinces in Spain, yet bathed by the Mediterranean along its 112 km of coastline, Castellón is a forward-looking city in which broad, modern avenues and narrow streets and plazas from yesteryear combine to form a special atmosphere. A walk around town is a pleasant experience. On your stroll, you can find many pleasant surprises: beautiful modernist buildings, modern shops, shady parks and important Gothic and Renaissance monuments.

Of historical interest yet cosmopolitan, the city has grown and adapted to the times, conserving its rich heritage while becoming a leading economic and financial centre in presentday Spain.
Bathed in Mediterranean sun, giving warmth and that special kind of light that Sorolla immortalized on canvas, it is by no means strange that the poet in the Cantar del Mio Cid spoke of the "luminous city of Valencia".
You'll be pleasantly surprised by the City itself and the warm, inviting character of its inhabitants. We ask you to discover it for yourself and enjoy the the extensive range of activities that await you.

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