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Welcome to the Valencian Community

Region of Valencia

Located on the Mediterranean coast in the eastern Iberian Peninsula, welcome to the Valencian Community. This Spanish region has three cities or provincial capitals (Castellon, Valencia and Alicante), all of which feature a wide range of cultural and leisure options.

One of the main attractions of the Valencian Community is the mild, pleasant weather, with an average annual temperature of over 18 °C and more than 300 days of sunshine a year. The splendid location by the sea makes the Valencian Community a prestigious tourist destination in Spain and Europe.

Campsites - Region of Valencia

In addition to the region´s beaches, the geographical characteristics of the Valencian Community have endowed this area of Spain with nature parks and mountainous terrain that are ideal for rural tourism and outdoor sports such as hiking, climbing and rafting.

The Valencian Community is a perfect destination, regardless of the season. The local climate and natural landscapes enable you to explore the region in a motorhome at any time of the year, as it boasts an extensive network of campsites with first-class services and facilities, open 365 days a year.

Discover Valencia

Valencia

Discover elegant Valencia

Valencia is the capital of the Valencian Community. With just over 700,000 inhabitants, it is the third most populated city in Spain. Elegant and discreet, Valencia has so much to offer.

Castellon

Explore beautiful Castellon

Located in the north of the Valencian Community, the city of Castellon de la Plana is amazing and is located within spitting distance of some of the busiest and best-known towns on the Costa del Azahar.

Alicante

Visit historic Alicante

Alicante has accrued a long and illustrious history ever since it was founded by the Romans, who called it Lucentum (the City of Light).

Valencian Cuisine

A taste of Valencia

The Valencian Community is surrounded by fertile orchards and is famous for being the birthplace of paella.

A unique destination

The Valencian Community is located in the eastern Iberian Peninsula, adjacent to the Mediterranean Sea. It comprises a fabulous combination of sea and mountains: on the one hand, there are 518 kilometres of coastline, in addition to the archipelagos of the Columbretes Islands, Nueva Tabarca and other nearby islets, and its beaches are famous throughout Spain; on the other, the Valencian Community boasts mountainous areas of astounding beauty, and it´s a fascinating destination for lovers of nature and outdoor activities.

More than 300 days of sunshine a year

One of the main attractions of the Valencian Community is its typical mild, pleasant Mediterranean climate, with little rain, average annual temperatures of over 18 °C and more than 300 days of sunshine a year.

Together with the magnificent location by the sea, this makes the Valencian Community a highly recommended tourist destination, well known for its beaches and coves suited to all types of travellers: some are bustling and popular, while others are off the beaten track and very quiet.

First-rate tourist accommodation

The Valencian Community is a perfect place to visit in any season, and its major cities (Castellon, Valencia and Alicante) have airports with connections to the main European cities.

The fine weather and unspoiled nature enable you to visit the Valencian Community at any time of the year, as the landscapes differ in accordance with the season.

Furthermore, this Spanish region has a significant network of first-class campsites, inland and on the coast. Open throughout the year, and they offer all kinds of accommodation (pitches, bungalows, cabins and camping areas), facilities (swimming pools, sports courts, gyms, saunas, libraries) and services (motorhome service points, launderettes, restaurants, supermarkets, entertainment, and more.).

L´Exquisit Mediterrani: get to know the Mediterranean diet

The Valencian Community is a fascinating gastronomic destination and is one of the best exponents of the Mediterranean diet. Some of the typical dishes found in Valencian cuisine are famous worldwide, such as paella, arroz a banda and sweet foods such as fritters and fartons. You will also find wine-producing areas in this region, and it´s a good option for wine tourism activities.

We highly recommend you visit the Valencian Community and discover everything it offers: history, culture, cities, inland towns, mountainous areas, beaches, water sports, nature, cuisine, first-rate campsites... What more could you ask for?