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Exploring Montgo

Exploring Montgo

Visitors to Javea cannot fail to be impressed by the sight of the majestic Montgo massif.
Guadalest

Guadalest

El Castell de Guadalest sounds grandiose, but this is actually a home of the humble town resting peacefully in the mountainous area of comarca in marina Baixa. Guadalest, Cost Blanca, Spain is the more popular coined name for the place. It is small, but definitely not terrible. Housing mere 200 inhabitants, coming down to this haven can guarantee a serene vacation with the locals. A glimpse on the photos of Guadalest alone proves that it is a visual and spiritual spectacle.
Aqualandia

Aqualandia

If a water park is of interest, then Aqualandia in Benidorm Spain is ideal for you If visiting a water park whilst on holiday is something that appeals to you, then Aqualandia in Benidorm Spain is going to be the ideal location for you to spend a few hours of your time splashing around and having some amazing fun. It really is a place that is perfect for the family, but what is actually available at the park?
Terra Natura

Terra Natura

Terra Natura, which is situated in Benidorm is a wildlife park like no other that you will have ever been to before. A fun day for every age.
About Javea

About Javea

Javea (called Xabia, in the Valenciano dialect) is the oldest known Roman settlement on Spain's east coast, dating as far back as the second century A.D. when Roman boats traded here for fish and minerals. During the sixth century Visigoth Christian monks arrived and founded the monastery of San Martin. To this day you will encounter locals with Visigoth names. There is not much evidence left of their influence, but the Moors were present from the 700s until they were expelled in 1609.
Morairas History

Morairas History

Moraira is a beautiful small town that is situated in La Marina which is halfway between Alicante. This town is one of the most preserved towns on the resorts of Costa Blanca and it has 8 km of a beautiful coastline which is surrounded by mountains. Years back, this town was just a coastal hamlet. This is where local fishermen used to
Morairas Beaches

Morairas Beaches

The second largest country in Western Europe with an area of 504,030 square kilometers, Spain is no doubt one of the world's most desired holiday destinations. It has been touted as the most beautiful country in the world. Could it be because it is bordered by both the Atlantic and Mediterranean seas?
Fiestas of Moraira

Fiestas of Moraira

Moraira is a wonderful small coastal Spanish town that is part of Teuleda municipality which is 80 kilometres north of Alicate and 100 kilometres south of Velancia. This small fishing town has become one of the greatest attractions on the highly developed Costa Blanca with its 8 kilometres of coastal strip. The town is also backed by beautiful mountains and wonderful vineyards
Eating out in Moraira

Eating out in Moraira

Over time, tourism has levitated to become the backbone of this Costa Blanca town. As such, there is a long list of exquisite eateries each specialized in varieties of finger-licking delicacies. Rather than hit a brick wall every time you want to eat out, take some invaluable advice on how to find the best spots depending on your preferred cuisine