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Costa Valencia

Costa Valencia

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Description

The Valencian Community is one of the seventeen autonomous communities of Spain. Its capital city Valencia. The second city in population is Alicante and the third is  Elche.
Because of its location, Valencia has been for centuries the gateway to the Mediterranean to Spain.

It is located east of the country on the Mediterranean coast, between Catalonia, Aragon to the north, Castile-La Mancha to the west and the region of Murcia in the south. This community includes the provinces of Valencia and Alacant Castelló.

The coastline, (485 km long) low lying and sandy, with shallow water, without any geographical feature Cape Cullera, only point where the mountains meet the sea, presents a barrier of dunes and beaches and marshy areas and points freshwater, as the swamps of Puig and Jaraco (Xeraco), and above all, the Albufera of Valencia. A coastline in which lay four rivers born in the mountains - Palancia, Turia, Júcar (Xúquer) and Serpis - which includes ports with high maritime activity as those of Sagunto, Valencia and Gandía. There are also modern sailing facilities for pleasure boats and lively tourist centers.
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La Communauté valencienne est l'une des dix-sept communautés autonomes d'Espagne. Elle a pour capitale Valence. La deuxième ville en population est Alicante et la troisième Elche. 
En raison de son emplacement géographique, Valence a été pendant des siècles la porte de l’Espagne vers la Méditerranée.

Elle est située à l'est du pays, sur la côte méditerranéenne, entre la Catalogne, l'Aragon au nord, la Castille-La Manche à l'ouest et la Région de Murcie au sud. Cette communauté comprend les provinces de Valence, Alacant et Castelló.

Le littoral, (485 km de long) de faible altitude et sablonneux, aux eaux peu profondes, sans autre accident géographique que le cap de Cullera, seul point où les montagnes rejoignent la mer, présente un cordon de dunes près des plages, ainsi que des zones marécageuses et des points d'eau douce, comme les marais du Puig ou de Jaraco (Xeraco), et surtout, l'Albufera de Valence. Un littoral dans lequel se jettent quatre fleuves nés dans les montagnes - Palancia, Turia, Júcar (Xúquer) et Serpis - qui compte des ports à forte activité maritime comme ceux de Sagunto, Valence et Gandía. On y trouve aussi de modernes installations nautiques pour bateaux de plaisance et des centres touristiques animés.

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Golfe de Valence (Costa Blanca)

N San Antonio cape,  the coast forms the Gulf of Valencia, very large opening, which extends to Oropesa cape, N at 78 MN.
The coast is rocky at first and at lower altitudes, down to E of Denia.Valencia, one of the largest cities in Spain, built in the middle ...
25 May 12

Costa del Azahar (Castellon)

The Costa del Azahar, the northernmost province of Valencia, is the turistic name given to the Spanish coast on the Mediterranean, situated in the Province of Castellón, it consists of some 120 km of beaches and coves.
The name comes from Azahar: orange blossom.

The ...
15 May 12

Costa Blanca

The Costa Blanca  refers to over 200 kilometres of Mediterranean coastline in the Alicante province and lies until Costa Càlida, from Cabo de la Nao to Cabo de Palos.The Costa Blanca is located on the mediterranean shore, with 219 km of coast with beaches, coves and ...
14 May 12

Algar de Almadraba (C Valenciana)

Algar de la Almadraba, centered about 6 miles NW of Denia, is an extensive area of foul ground which lies off this stretch of coast. This area has depths of 25 to 36m and heavy seas are raised over it by onshore winds.
23 May 12

Ensenada de Javea (C Blanca)

Beyond Cape San Martin extends the Javea cove to Cape San Antonio.
This cove is exposed to winds from SE and NE.

The town of Javea, located in the N of the loop is built on a hill at 0.8 NM from the shore. It overlooks the Rio Jalon or Gorgos that opens near and ...
22 May 12

Rada de Cullera (C Valenciana)

The harbor of Cullera extends from the mouth of the Rio Jucar to the rock of Los Pensiamentos, S Cape Cullera.
23 May 12

Islas Columbretes (Castellon)

The Columbretes Islands are a group of small uninhabited islets of volcanic origin, 30 NM off Oropesa cape.The main islets are Illa Grossa, La Ferrera, La Foradada and El Carallot. In the archipelago are many reefs.These islands were known by Greeks and Romans from ancient ...
19 May 12

Ensenada de Benidorm (C Blanca)

Ensenada de Benidorm lies between Cabezo del Tosal and Punta de la Escaleta, 3 miles E.  the small hill Canfali, which forms a promontory in the center of the cove of Benidorm, divides the coast into two splendid sandy beaches, the Levant and the Ponant.

This bay affords ...
20 May 12

Ensenada del portichol (C Blanca)

N Nao cape, Portichol bay opens between two projecting points, at S the Negro Cape and  San Martin Cape at N. The coast is steep and steep except for a small beach.

Front of the bay, the island of Portichol and a rock at his side ...
22 May 12

Cabo de San Antonio (C Valenciana)

Cabo de San Antonio, located 0.7 mile ENE of Javea, is formed by a high and level promontory (160 m) which falls steeply towards the sea. The Mongo Mount (761 m), 3NM W the cape, is the cumination point of the region. From a distance, on clear days, it appears as an island, but ...
22 May 12

Cabo de San Martin (Javea)

Cabo de San Martin (or Prim cape), located 1.2 miles N of Cabo Negro, has a steep-sided hillock standing at its extremity.
It's a diving site.
22 May 12
Local Area

Espagne Est - East Spain

At S and E, Spain is bordered by the Mediterranean sea, except for a small land boundary with the British Overseas Territory of Gibraltar.The boundary between Spain and France lies in the vicinity of Punta Falco, which is located 1 mile NE of PortBou. In the Mediterranean ...
14 May 12

Méditerranée - Mediterranean

La Méditerranée est reliée à l'océan Atlantique par le détroit de Gibraltar à l'ouest, à la mer de Marmara et à la mer Noire par les Dardanelles et le Bosphore à l'est. Le canal de Suez au sud-est relie la Méditerranée à la mer Rouge.
Îles méditerranéennesLes principales ...
13 Mar 15

Costa Dorada

Costa Daurada (Catalan) or Costa Dorada (Spanish, literally Gold Coast) is a coastal strip located 216 km S of Catalonia (Spain).
Its capital is Tarragona.

The coastline consists of beaches and rocky shores. It begins south of Barcelona and then passes through various seaside ...
6 Jun 12

Golfo de Vera (Murcia-Costa Calida)

From the "Mesa de Roldan" and to Cape Tinoso, the coast has a curvature called wide open Gulf of Vera.
The Murcia Region is an autonomous community of Spain located in the southeast of the Iberian Peninsula. It is surrounded by the Autonomous Community of Valencia (Alicante), the ...
15 May 12

Costa Garraf

Garraf coast is chaired by the massif of the same name, of great ecological interest.
It includes, in addition to the small Llobregat delta, sandy beaches south of Barcelona, which the tourist is rich and varied.

Vilanova i la Geltru, is a major fishing port and marina, ...
18 Jun 12

Costa del Maresme

La Côte du Maresme, située au nord de la province de Barcelone, se caractérise par de longues plages sableuses, aux eaux limpides, et aux ravins profonds.
30 May 10
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