Fun, culture and entertainment await you at the theme and leisure parks of Alicante, Valencia. Through them, the tourist offer of the Region of Valencia reveals its firm commitment to the quality of shows, performances and exhibitions. Enjoy the wide range of possibilities offered by the City of Arts and Sciences of Valencia or the multifaceted space of Castelló Cultural. Live with your family an unforgettable experience in Terra Mítica, the leisure park of Benidorm, the cosmopolitan city of the province of Alicante; Refresh yourself in the water parks and dive into the ever-fascinating animal world through nature parks. In the Region of Valencia you will live a world of sensations.
Calpe, with its Mediterranean climate, enjoys 3.180 hours of sunshine a year, an average annual temperature of 18º and only 44 days a year with clouds, making it an ideal destination to enjoy contact with the sea. It offers you 13 km of coastline with 14 beaches and coves so you can choose between kilometers of fine golden sand, calm bays, small coves of sand or pristine coasts of rocks with cliffs, all recognizable by the purity of its clean waters of an unmistakable turquoise color.
Arenal-Bol and La Fossa-Levante are endless sandy urban beaches where you can take a leisurely stroll or enjoy sports and nautical activities, which provide you with a wealth of services and facilities.
With more than 5 km of beautiful cliffs among which are the Peñón de Ifach, Toix and La Manzanera, surrounded by vegetation, we find beautiful and quiet coves carved by sea and wind, such as El Penyal, Les Bassetes or El Racó, magical places where scuba diving, fishing and sailing become unforgettable experiences. Charming unspoiled coves, perfect for losing track of time, diving and fishing with breathtaking views of the Sierra de Toix as a backdrop.
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Teulada-Moraira, municipality located in the province of Alicante, 120 km from Valencia and only 80 from the city of Alicante, allowing easy access from the National Highway 332 or from the AP7 motorway, at exit number 63. Its optimal Communication allows you to get here directly by car, bus (Alicante-Valencia line), train (line Denia-Alicante).
Located in the region of Marina Alta, it has as neighboring towns El Poble Nou de Benitatxell, Benissa and Gata de Gorgos. It currently has about 14,000 inhabitants.
The climate is Mediterranean and the average temperature is 18º throughout the year.
With an altitude of 185 m above sea level, 8 km of coastline and a total extension of 32 km2, this municipality has two urban centers, Teulada and Moraira. The rest of the municipality boasts a magnificent urban planning developed horizontally, thus forming a garden city characterized by single-family homes, which serve to welcome both the residents and the many visitors who come here to spend their vacations.
Historical center and monuments:
Our ancestors have left their mark and their legacy among us for you to enjoy. Hiking trails:
Benissa has a wild and abrupt landscape that makes your visit both attractive and original.
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The name of Altea could come from the Greek Althaia, which means "I cure", or from the Arabic word aṭṭaláya that gives place in Valencian to the word Talaia. Traces have been found in the village of Iberians and Romans.
During the last phase of Muslim rule, Altea belonged to the taifa of Denia. It was conquered in 1244 by Jaime I of Aragon.
In 1705 the Anglo-Dutch squadron that supported the Archduke Charles of Austria, headed by the Valencian general Juan Bautista Basset, landed in the bay of Altea during the War of Succession, which favored the later takeover by the Austrocists of Denia and Valencia. The eighteenth century marked an agricultural, fishing, commercial and demographic boom, ending the century with 5,000 inhabitants.
During the nineteenth century the official and commercial life moved to the urban center near the sea.
The village of Altea is located on a promontory near the mouth of the river Algar, in the north of the province of Alacant. But there is another town called Altea la Vella which still occupies the site of the old town, just three kilometers from the town center. Its origin dates back to the first millennium BC., But Roman and Muslim remains have also been found. The different civilizations still show their imprint in many corners of the municipality where the orchards, ditches, terraces of olive and almond trees maintain this millennial landscape.
After the fall of the Roman Empire and the Muslim and Berber colonization of the Algar and Guadalest valleys, the whole territory was changed, but with the Catalan conquest in the thirteenth century and the decree of expulsion of the Muslims of 1248, The population will gradually decline over the next few centuries. Nevertheless a medieval project of repopulation without much success denominated Bellaguarda was developed, the rest of which have been surrounded by the urban nucleus of Altea. In the sixteenth century with the term practically deserted the construction of a fortified town is projected, that will fix its characteristic physiognomy.