The Region of Valencia offers numerous attractive proposals to get you out and about all year round. Enjoy the Mediterranean nature of inland towns and villages; discover the charming coves and beaches of Alicante’s Costa Blanca; enjoy Benidorm’s intense day and night life; travel from tradition to modernity and enjoy sightseeing in Valencia, dive into the best kept secrets of Castellón.
Some of the most iconic places to visit in the Valencian Community include The City of Arts and Sciences in the capital city of Valencia, which is well-known for its magnificent offer in the cultural tourism department. Alicante and its centuries’ old history invite you to take a walk alongside the sea by the stunning promenade, or visit the Santa Bárbara castle, which stands on Mount Benacantil at 166 metres high. Castellón also boasts a rich cultural offer: do not pass on the opportunity to visit the Cathedral of Saint Mary of the Assumption, which was destroyed twice over the centuries, and rebuilt again in 1939 after the Spanish Civil War.
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Valencian Tourism Agency
Ciudad Administrativa 9 d’octubre
C/Castán Tobeñas 77, Torre 2, Valencia, 46018 - Spain
telephone +34 961 20 98 00
CONTACT PERSON 1:
Tourism General Director
The Region of Valencia developed a new model towards an innovative model of beach management.
The aim is to have more sustainable and accessible, safer and better managed services related with the beaches in the Region.
A specific Study on the Smart Beaches in the Region highlighthed the starting weakness and developed a map of Technologies for a Smart Beach including entreprises and services, beach users, new services for visitors, geolocalisation and sustainability.
Jul 26, 2018
The Eurostat Regional Yearbook 2017 has been published and reverals how regions of Spain, France and Italy remained the top tourism destinations in the EU in 2015.
The DG ENV and DG GROW are co-organising a session on "Sustainable tourism for greener cities" during the EU Green Week in Brussels.
Sustainable tourism for greener cities - 9:30-11:00 Wednesday 23 May 2018