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Comunidad Valencia

Valencia is an autonomous region in eastern Spain at the Mediterranean Sea. The capital is Valencia and the population of the region is 5,100,000. The region has a long coastline with great beaches that attract many tourists every year.

The Ciudad de las Artes y Ciencias (City of Arts and Sciences) in Valencia consists of several buildings; there are an IMAX theater, a planetarium, a science museum, an aquarium, a botanical garden and a promenade. The buildings are surrounded by a park with ponds. The Jardin Botanico is a 200-year-old botanical garden located on the banks of the River Turia. The garden is a green oasis in the bustling city and has a collection of around 3,000 species of plants and trees, especially palms and cacti. There are some wonderful beaches in Valencia with clear blue water. Valencia has a total of 26 km of beaches, some are close to the city center like Playa de Malvarrosa and Playa las Arenas Playa de Cabanyal.

Benidorm has a total length of six kilometers of golden sandy beaches. There are plenty of water sports such as water skiing, scuba diving and parasailing. The Aqualandia Water Park is one of the best attractions for a great day out.

Denia has a beautiful castle dating from the 11th century on a steep rock from which you have a view over the city and the sea. The castle is the Palau del Governador home to a museum.

The Montgó is a mountain located between the towns of Denia and Javea. The mountain rises very steeply out of the surrounding valley and dominates the skyline miles around. The steep cliffs are home to some of the unique flora and fauna in Spain. The mountain is famous for its rock formations, cliffs and caves.

The Natural Park Las Salinas of Torrevieja and La Mata is located in a basin formed in the Quaternary by Neo-reliefs and fractures of the crust of Baja Segura and the mountains of San Miguel de Salinas. A system of canyons and dry beds flows into the basin. There are two major lagoons or salt lakes. The flora and fauna is very special. There are wild orchids, flamingos, grebes and stilts. There is a visitor center and there are plenty of amenities, including bike paths, parking lots, picnic areas, marked trails, explanatory information panels, accessibility for disabled persons, public toilets and bird observatories.

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