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Camping in Comunidad Valenciana

91 campsites in Spain, Comunidad Valenciana

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Kiko Park is a smart site nestling behind protective sand dunes alongside a Blue Flag beach. There are sets of attractively tiled steps over the...

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Camping Bravoplaya

Camping Bravoplaya is a very large site divided into two by a quiet road, with a reception on each side with friendly, helpful staff. There...

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Camping Ribamar

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Camping Ribamar lies to the north of Alcossebre, tucked away within the National Park of the Sierra de Irta, a magnificent landscape of intense colours...

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Camping Villasol

Benidorm is increasingly popular for winter stays and Villasol is a genuinely good, purpose built modern site. Many of the 448 well separated pitches are...

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Camping El Torres

Camping El Torres opened in November 2014 and with a spectacular backdrop of mountains, glorious views of the Mediterranean and close proximity to a long...

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Eurocamping Oliva Beach

Approached through a new urbanisation and situated by Oliva beach with its fine golden sand, Euro Camping is a well maintained, British owned site. Spacious...

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Camping Jávea

The final approach to this site emerges from the bustle of the town and is decorated with palm, orange and pine trees, the latter playing...

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Camping La Marina

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Very efficiently run by a friendly family, Camping Internacional La Marina has 450 touring pitches of three different types and sizes ranging from 50 sq.m...

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Camping Benisol

Camping Benisol is a well developed and peaceful site with lush, green vegetation and a mountain backdrop. Mature hedges and trees afford privacy to each...

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Camping Lo Monte

Lo Monte is an all-year site located at Pilar de la Horadada, the most southerly town on the Costa Blanca. It is just 1 km...

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Camping Alegria del Mar

At Camping Alegria del Mar there is always a great ambience with a personal touch, ideal to relax or participate in organised activities like dances...

Spa Natura Resort

Set inland from the popular coastal resort of Peñiscola, Spa Natura Resort is set next to the Sierra de Irta Natura Park and Marine Reserve...

Los Olivos Camping

Los Olivos Camping Park is located on the Costa Azahar, in Alcala de Xivert, Castellon. It is located between the mountains and the coast of...

Camping Armanello

This small, uncomplicated site is 1.8 kilometres back from the eastern Benidorm beach (the one on the other side of the town is less crowded)...

Alannia Guardamar Camping & Resort

The site is located beside the estuary of the Segura river, alongside the pine and eucalyptus forests of the Dunas de Guardamar Natural Park. A...

Alannia Costa Blanca

Alannia Costa Blanca (formerly Marjal) is a fully equipped site situated 15 km. inland on the southern Alicante coast, close to the towns of Crevillente...

Camping Alicante Imperium

Located in the Marina Baja region of the Costa Blanca, Camping Alicante Imperium is on the outskirts of Villajoyosa - a charming Mediterranean coastal town...

Camping Altomira

Camping Altomira is a terraced site in a rural, hillside setting on the outskirts of a quiet village. It offers excellent views across the valleys...

L'Orangeraie Calig

Located in the traditional village of Càlig near beautiful Peñiscola, Camping Orangeraie is an ideal destination to enjoy the Spanish sunshine only a few kilometres...

Comunidad Valenciana

This Mediterranean region is famous for its magnificent orange groves and beautiful long, sandy beaches. Centuries of Moorish presence have resulted in a profound Hispano-Moorish heritage.


La Costa del Azahar (Orange-blossom Coast) stretches from Vinaros to Almanzora, with the great port city of Valencia in the centre. Orange groves grow right down to the coast, particularly in the northern section. Good beaches can be found around Benicassim and Peñíscola. South of Valencia, the Costa Blanca derives its name from its 170 miles or so of silvery-white beaches – some of the best beaches are to be found on this coast, especially between Gandía and Benidorm. As a result, it is one of the most popular tourist areas in Spain. 

The capital city of Valencia boasts a great nightlife and plays host to numerous festivals held throughout the year, including the unique fiesta of Las Fallas de Saint Joseph, when huge papier-mâché sculptures are set ablaze. Throughout it all are bullfights, music and fireworks. Alicante, the capital of the province of the same name, is dominated by the great Moorish castle of Santa Barbara, which offers marvellous views of the entire city. It also has several beaches in and around the town.

Valencia is made up of the following regions: Castellon, Valencia and Alicante


Places of interest

Castellón de la Plana: Santa Maria cathedral.

El Puig: monastery, Museum of Print and Graphics (world’s smallest book).

La Albufera: Vast lagoon, home to 250 species of bird.

Morella: Medieval fortress town, dinosaur museum.

Oropesa: 16th-century Tower of the King.

Peñiscola: Medieval castle.


Cuisine of the region

Paella Valenciana

Rice is the dominant ingredient, grown locally in paddy fields; the most famous dish is the Paella Valenciana. Soups and stews known locally as ollas are popular and seafood is readily available. Tiger nut milk is a soft drink exclusive to this region, usually accompanied by fartons (local pastries).

Arnadí: dessert with pumpkin and sweet potato.

Arroz al horno: rice baked with chickpeas.

Arroz con costra: meat based paella topped with baked egg crust.

Arroz negro: rice cooked with squid ink.

Bajoques farcides: stuffed peppers.

Olla recapte: with potatoes and pork.

Turrón: made of nuts and honey, either soft and flaky or hard like nougat.