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Costa del Azahar

The Costa del Azahar (the orange blossom coast) runs from Peñíscola to Xàbia. The first oranges came with the caravans of Alexander the Great (356-323 BC.). To the Moors the orange blossoms, along with mosaics and fountains were essential parts for their gardens. The orange groves still form a beautiful part of the area, along with the beaches and coves of the Costa del Azahar.

Tourists favour especially the beaches of Castellón de la Plana, Peniscola, Benicassim, Oropesa del Mar, Cap I Corb and Las Fuentes.

Sailing, surfing, windsurfing, water skiing, jet skiing, scuba diving, etc. is possible everywhere along Costa del Azahar.

Nightlife in the Costa del Azahar is concentrated in modern clubs and bars where people meet, talk and listen to music. In the summer season the boulevards along the coast along are very lively. Las Villas in Benicassim is one of the most famous clubs in the area. At the beaches the chiringuitos bars, the beach bars are very popular as well.

The Columbretes islands lie some 45 km off the coast. It is a picturesque group of islands in the shape of a horseshoe and a protected nature reserve, especially for those who are interested in photography and scuba diving, this is a mandatory trip. In the summer, there are daily boat trips from Las Fuentas.

Another interesting boat trip is a tour of the St. Joseph caves in La Vall d'Uixó with colorful stalagmites. One can make journey to the heart of the earth on the longest navigable underground river in Europe.

Ceramics and textiles are popular sale items along the Costa del Azahar. La Vall d'Uixó, L'Alcora and Onda are well known for their ancient pottery tradition.

Valencia, Gandia and Castellón are the best places for shoppers with a wide range of boutiques, fashion and specialty stores.

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