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 Mediterranean climate is mild all year.
The coastal fringe of the province offers visitors the spectacle of a vast green carpet woven by orange crop.
La Costa del Azahar, la plus septentrionale des provinces de la communauté de Valence, est le nom touristique donné à la côte espagnole sur la Méditerranée, située dans la Province de Castellón; elle est constituée par quelques 120 km de plages et criques.
Le nom vient de Azahar : la fleur d'oranger.
Le climat méditerranéen y est doux toute l'année.
La frange littoral de cette province offre au visiteur le spectacle d'un immense tapis vert tressé par des cultures d'orangers.
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