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Special; In the City; Near water
Costa del Azahar is a very green region with a host of orange and almond groves. With year round sunshine Costa del Azahar is a truly authentic version of the Spanish Mediterranean.
More and more people are discovering the delights of its sandy beaches, marinas and yacht clubs that can be found all along the coast. Once visited, it is easy to see why people fall in love with this beautiful part of Spain!
On this stunning stretch of coastline you'll find the twin villages of Las Fuentes and Alcossebre. Situated within a conservation area, Alcossebre’s development has been strictly controlled - no high-rise buildings.
This resort boasts five Blue Flag sandy beaches and lots of activities. The mountains rising up from the beaches like help make it an attractive area.
Alcossebre lies midway between Valencia and Barcelona. Most carriers (Jet2, Easyjet, Ryanair) fly in to Valencia (120 km) and Barcelona (240 km) so you should have no problems reaching the exotic Costa del Azahar!
Activities: Peñiscola, the old fortified city on a cliff overlooking the sea; the Ports of Vinaroz and Benicarlo; the surroundings of Benicasim; the Las Palmas Desert; a Carmelite monastery; Vall d'Uxo; the navigable caves of San José; Valencia (120km away) with its Science City and Oceanographic Museum (the most important one in Europe); and Benicarlo, the garden of parrots.