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La Tomatina

The legendary La Tomatina is a Spanish festival which is held on the last Wednesday of August in the usually picturesque town of Buñol. This pretty town rests 30 miles from Valencia, a Mediterranean city with an excellent reputation for its production of sweet and succulent oranges. However, on this day in Buñol it's another fruit which claims all the glory. During the festival the town transforms itself to host what is considered to be the largest tomato fight in the world.

Scuba Diving on the Costa Blanca

The Costa Blanca coastline stretches for over 20km along the eastern edges of Spain. The clear balmy Mediterranean seas and warm sandy beaches make this a perfect spot for scuba diving.

Spanish Christmas

Christmas is a special time of year, and each country that choose to celebrate Christmas has its own distinctive customs and traditions which make it unique to them. The Spanish are no exception. Christmas is a widely celebrated holiday in Spain which lasts well into the New Year.

Aitana safari park

The Safari park sits on a mountain plateau and offers plenty to see and do. A wide selection of exotic animals call this home, and visitors are invited to watch them roam in their natural habitats


Gandia is one of Spain’s largest coastal towns. It can be found on the Costa del Azahar less than an hour’s drive from the bustling city of Valencia .The town was has a significant cultural and commercial history. Several famous poets came from here such as Ausias March and also the author Joanot Martorell.

The Fuentes del Algar

The impressive natural waterfalls can be located around 10km from Altea. If you are in the area it is well worth a visit as not only is the waterfall an incredible sight, it also shows a different, cooler, quieter side of Spain


Spain is one of Europe’s foremost golfing destinations and was one of the first European countries to come up with the golfing package holiday.


Valencia is one of the largest cities in Spain with a population of around 809,000 people in the centre. The city was originally named Valentia which in Latin translates as “strength” or “valour”.

Arts and Sciences

The City of Arts and Sciences is one of Valencia’s most unique and popular tourist destinations. It lies downtown stretching over 8 kilometres long throughout the city.