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Map of the Valencian Community

The entire Valencian Community is made up of places full of charm that allow all its visitors to have a wide range of tourist options and activities to do. Thousands of people every year are attracted to this boom in modern, artistic and historical activities, since it is one of the Spanish cities with the most striking urban centre, due to the richness of its architecture, all this accompanied by ports, parks and crystal-clear beaches that invite you to stay in the middle of its natural landscapes and to get to know each of its provinces. On this tourist map of the Region of Valencia, we invite you to visit the best destinations in its regions, including some elements declared World Heritage, so that you can make the most of the tourist offer of this Spanish region on your trip.

Map of the Valencian Community

The Valencian Community extends over the Mediterranean and its relief is made up of a series of coastal plains and mountainous regions, offering a sufficiently pleasant climate all year round. Geographically, it is made up of the provinces of Alicante, Valencia and Castellón, which have an important identity in terms of tourism, such as Casa Blanca, Benidorm and Valencia, which attract an impressive number of people who wish to explore each of its corners, getting to know the local culture of the towns and their historical centre, while walking through the city’s streets. Due to the great tourist demand of this Spanish region, it also offers information on the subject in the tourist offices, a point that represents ease when visiting this town, where you can go through a good part of the tourist map through different options, such as the tourist bus or local transport.

The heritage of the Valencian Community also includes important historical and medieval monuments that, at the same time, intersect with the urban landscape that has been marked by industrialization, giving rise to the modernism characteristic of its provinces, leaving a contrast between the old that can easily be noticed in the routes. Visiting the Valencian Community is a worthwhile choice, since here you can not only enjoy its coasts and nightlife, but also different outdoor activities, if you enjoy hiking, potholing or if you simply like to explore the caves. Thanks to its varied landscape it leaves an endless number of tourist sites to be discovered, such as its picturesque villages and towns such as Villajoyosa, Morella and Buñol, which form part of the magical corners of the Valencian Community that you can certainly not cross out of the itinerary.

Tourist map of the Valencian Community

The Valencian Community has a wide range of tourist attractions, although we mention some of the municipalities and tourist sites, we want this tourist guide to have the best proposal of places to visit during your trip to the Valencian Community, so that in this way you can make the most of your days in this Spanish town and enjoy every corner, passing through different regions and villages, where you will have the opportunity to learn about the heritage, local culture and historic center, without leaving aside those symbols that form the stamp of the community and become essential visits.

What to visit in Comunidad Valenciana

Fuentes del Algar

During your visit to the Valencian Community, the Algar springs will make you take a wonderful memory of nature. Located only 3 kilometres from Callosa de Ensarriá, an urban centre of Alicante, the route through this wonderful natural monument consists of a path that will take you through 1.5 kilometres of the natural course of the Algar River, where you will be able to observe the Mediterranean vegetation and the courses that the water takes, quite cold, through gorges. The water forms different jackets and reservoirs that will leave you amazed. The theme park where the fountains are located is considered an important centre where the importance of water as a natural resource is highlighted, highlighting its environmental and economic impact.

Bioparc Valencia

The Bioparc Valencia Zoo, located on Pío Baroja Avenue, is a spectacular park located in the Jardín del Turia. Inaugurated in 2008, this zoo specializes in African fauna, and consists of four distinct parts that try to set the zoo with the specific characteristics of wet and dry savannah, East African forests and Madagascar. Each area of the zoo is inhabited by animals characteristic of each environment. Here you can find crocodiles, various species of lemurs, pythons, leopards, chimpanzees, gorillas and many other animals typical of African fauna. This zoo is really wonderful because as it is located in the Turia Garden, it will allow you to walk around the garden areas once you have finished observing the fauna that lives in the zoo.

Montgó Massif Natural Park

The Montgó massif is located in the northwest of Alicante, in the province of the Community of Valencia. It covers an extensive area of 2117 hectares with paths to travel through it, and is comprised of 16 municipalities, with the park being located in 2 of them, Jávea and Denia. The climate of the park is Mediterranean, with temperate zones in winter. In the summer the climate is rather humid and dry. To get to the park you must take the CV-736 road. To plan your route, the best thing to do is to go to the tourist office in Denia, which has several information points where they explain everything you need about the different activities that can be done in the park. To visit the different places in the park, the best thing to do is to go on excursions that must be ordered several days in advance. Some of the most important places in the park are the different viewpoints, the Cueva del Agua, which is 350 metres high, to the north of the Montgó. You can also recreate the view with the abundant fauna and flora found in the massif. There is no doubt that visiting this park will be a wonderful experience for lovers of ecological tourism.

Sagunto Castle

Of the castles in abundance in the Valencian Community, Sagunto Castle is one of the most important that we can visit in Valencia. Located in the town of Sagunto, it was declared a National Monument in 1931. The Alcazar houses a vast history in which part of Spain’s ancient era is concentrated. The Iberians had an important settlement in the town of Sagunto, which dates back to the Bronze Age. To reach this palace, you must pass through the Carrera del Castillo, from where you will begin to see the silhouette of the fortress on top of the hill. To be inside the castle is to observe the architectural heritage of the Arabs, Iberians and Romans. This historical monument is a living example of the great history of the Valencian Community.

Albufera Natural Park

Located 10 kilometres from Valencia, this natural park contains a series of ecosystems that perfectly represent the Mediterranean environment. This area is where the paella was created, so as well as being able to observe the various natural sites, you can delight your palate with exquisite local dishes. In the park there are beaches, dunes and the largest lake in Spain, which can be navigated in small boats. One of the attractions of the park are the extensive rice fields near the lake, which have been used for agricultural activity that is an important base for the Valencian gastronomy. You can reach the park through several roads, such as the C-3320 and the CV-500. In the town of El Palmar, located near the park, you can visit the various restaurants that serve typical dishes from the Valencian Community, so that you can get to know the gastronomic culture.

City of Arts and Sciences

If you visit the Valencian Community, it is essential that you go to this impressive artistic, cultural, scientific and entertainment complex. It was founded in 1998, although work began several years ago. It is located in the centre of the city of Valencia, on Professor López Piñero Avenue. The complex comprises 7 buildings with a modern architectural style and very avant-garde. Each building is made to house a series of different activities. The L’ Hemisféric, the first building to be inaugurated, offers events of a technological and scientific nature. The Spanish Science Museum, in the shape of a whale skeleton, is dedicated to scientific exhibitions. On the other hand, the L’ Umbracle, is a wonderful urban garden with an amazing design where you can take walks and enjoy its structure. The Oceanográfico is the largest aquarium of its kind in Europe, showing the most important marine ecosystems of the planet. The last 3 buildings, the Palacio de las Artes Reina Sofía, the Puente de I Assut de L’Or and the Ágora, are used to host theatrical events, to allow vehicles to pass through the complex and to hold sports and concerts, specifically.

Canelobre Caves

The Canelobre caves are located in Busot, Alicante, about 23 kilometers from the city. The views inside the caves are, to say the least, surprising. Inside we can see a large number of rock formations, such as stalagmites, stalactites and jellyfish, which give the cave a magical appeal. The caves have been equipped with different lights that projected on the walls, form a wonderful spectacle. The space of the cave covers 80,000 square meters that you can travel through a tunnel of 45 meters long. The interior of the cave is protected by various railings, steps and paths that can be walked on comfortably. The name of the cave was given by the Canelobre stalagmite, which is in the centre of the vault and is 100,000 years old. This cave is the ideal environment to practice speleological tourism and, thanks to the excellent acoustics, musical events are also held inside.

Postiguet Beach

On your visit to the Valencian Community, you must make an obligatory stop at the Postiguet beach. Bathed by the marvellous waters of the Mediterranean, on this beach you will be able to enjoy its wonderful view, great restaurants and your family. As it is a shallow spa with warm waters, it is an otherwise valid option for you to take your young children to have some fun. It is close to the Port of Alicante, but don’t be alarmed by this, because this beach is considered one of the cleanest in the Valencian Community. Without a doubt, not only will you be able to enjoy its white sands and blue water, but also impressive natural spots.

Terra Natura Benidorm

If you go to the Valencian Community and do not pass through Benidorm, your trip will be incomplete. Terra Natura Benidorm, a theme park that is home to more than 1500 species, is one of the places you must visit. There you can meet a large number of animals that are in danger of extinction. In its more than 320,000 square metres you can get to know a little more about the habitat of animals found in America, Europe and Asia. The park was designed to give visitors the opportunity to have a direct interaction with the animals, which turns out to be a very attractive idea for most of the tourists who visit it. It is located in the Partida del Foia del Verdader in Alicante. If you are an animal lover and a theme park lover, Terra Natura Benidorm is the perfect place to go.

Quart Towers

Known for being the entrance and exit of the ancient Valencians to the villages of inland Spain, the towers of Quart are a sample of the vast history of the Valencian Community. In earlier times they were known as the “Puertas de Cal” because all the lime that entered Valencia passed through their frame. They are located between Quart and Guillén de Castro streets. These towers were part of the wall that protected Valencia in the medieval era. On its façade you can still see the remains of some sections of the wall that were once standing. It is one of the best known places in Valencia, one that you must pass through without any doubt.

Map of hotels in the Valencian Community

The Valencian Community is another of the Spanish towns with a wide range of hotels, from luxury resorts located in the most ostentatious cities to houses in small towns. Regardless of your choice and preferences, we would like to complete this tourist route by recommending some places to stay throughout the community, such as Sercotel Hotel Spa Porta Maris, a 4-star complex with sea views, located just 3 minutes from the Alicante promenade and Postiguet beach. On the other hand, in the City of Valencia, there is the Neptuno Playa Valencia, a 4 star hotel, located in front of the promenade of the same beach and 6 km from the Central Market and, finally, in Castellón, RH Casa Blanca Suites, a 4 star hotel in front of the Mediterranean sea and 4 km from the Castle of Peñiscola.

Video of the Valencian Community and its tourist sites