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Travel

There is a lot more to see in Spain then the city of Valencia itself and there are a lot of different ways to get you there. This travel guide will give you an idea about travelling in and around Valencia: where to go, what to do and how to get there. 

Public Transport

Overall, Spain has a good Public Transportation System with buses in every city, railways, ferries, a metro network in larger cities and many airports connecting Spain with itself and the rest of the world. If you want to leave Valencia for a short trip to Barcelona, Madrid, Ibiza or any other city you like, you can travel by train, luxury tour bus, boat or airplane. It is very easy to get around in Valencia. With 5 metro lines, buses and high speed tram routes the public transport in Valencia very well arranged. However, the number of people in Valencia who use public transport in the urban area of the city is lower than the European average.  Although this is far from ideal from an environmentalist point of view, for the rest of us who regularly us public transport it just means more seats and less crowding.  If you still think that the public transport is to crowded, you can always grab a taxi.


Camping

All regions have their own camping grounds located in the middle of nature or near too their main tourist attractions. Camping can be a lot of fun. Camping ground in Valencia vary from a basic facility campsite to luxury camping resorts. Take your time for selecting a camping ground, because you don't want to end up in "hell".

Valencia Region

The Valencia region has it all: beautiful nature, mountains, white beaches, culture etc. Whatever you like, you can find it in La Comunidad Valencia. This travel guide for the Valencia region gives you more information about popular areas to go to near Valencia. In El Maestrazgo and Sierra de Mariola you will find small villages hidden in the mountains far away from tourists. The Costa del Azahar and Costa Blanca however, are usually pact during the summer months with tourists lying on the beach all day long and partying during the night.The comunidad de Valencia can be divided into 3 sections: Northern Valencia, Central Valencia and the Costa Blanca.


Beaches

The Comunidad Valencia has a hundreds of kilometres coastline along the Mediterranean filled with beautiful white beaches, blue waters and rocky bays. Every year many beaches along the Comunidad Valencia coastline are awarded with a Blue Flag for their excellent environmental conditions and facilities. Because of the beautiful white beaches and sparkling nightlife the Costa Blanca is on of the most popular holiday destinations in Europe.

Islands

Besides the so called “party-islands” Mallorca and Ibiza, there also a couple of islands near the Valencian coastline that has been declared as protected nature reserves. The Columbretes Islands (Costa del Azahar) are a group of small volcanic islands that serves as an important stopover for migratory birds. And only a short boat trip away from San Palo (Costa Blanca) lies the island of Tabarca, which offers some great snorkelling and diving spots.

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