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The central province of the formerly independent Kingdom of Valencia, which used to comprise Castellon to the north and Alicante to the south, is now Spain’s third largest city, and many preserved Gothic, Arab, Romanesque and Baroque structures remain to tell its complex history and development. Valencia is the home of many artists and writers who have defined Spanish culture for the world, such as Vicente Blasco Ibanez who wrote about bullfighting in Blood and Sand. Valencia’s regional cuisine, exemplified by Paella Valenciana and Gazpacho, also is known all over the world. Valencia has one of the oldest bullrings in Spain where daily bullfights are presented faithfully according to centuries of tradition. The climate of Valencia is like a beautiful spring day, most of the year, with perfectly comfortable humidity and rare rain showers.
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|Lodging located in the central portion of Spain's eastern coastline, this popular tourist region offers wide fine sand beaches and a gentle climate year round. Valencia Airport (VLC) is located 8 miles NW of the city.||Lodging options in and around the city of Alicante located south of Valencia and north of Murcia. This area also offers miles of beautiful sandy beaches and is a popular starting off point for tourists visiting Spain.|
|Lodging located in one of the most fair-weather regions of Spain. Murcia receives 3000 hours of sunshine a year. A huge salt-water lagoon known as Mar Menor (Little Sea) provides warm waters and many extra miles of beachfront.||Lodging options located in the surrounding communities of Valencia including Albarracin, Almusafes, Betera, Chilches, Montanejos and others.|
Area Facts: Many of the world-famous crafts associated with Spain, such as the hand-painted, ivory-ribbed fans, guitars and pipes come from the villages around Valencia, where the first paper in Europe was manufactured, and the first book in Spain was printed. The international dialing code for Spain is 34.
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