Valencia Combipix

by yudaica2013 ·

The city is manageable and definitely worth a visit. 2 stage: From Xabia to Denia: on this relatively short distance you will find many vantage points, of which each allows a different, very beautiful views of the coast. In Denia is a historic city, which is guarded by a castle on a hill for many hundred years. The town is known mainly for its fish specialities. You can see the ruins of the old Castle against an entrance fee. If this is maybe not so worth seeing, the entrance fee includes a wonderful panoramic view of the city, the coast and the surrounding area.

It applies from Denia to create a longer stage until after Ghandia. The village itself consists of two hamlets. The District of Ghandia holds a beautiful market square, a historic town hall and a church. Also get two Popes in this town. Director Peter Farrelly may help you with your research. This shows that this small city about long time away had to say much in European power politics. The Beach District of Ghandia waiting with much casualness and a wide sandy beach. The beach district is not crowded, and the mass tourism has still not left traces.

Should you take so long travel distances from the airport to your holiday destination in purchase, is This place definitely an alternative to many beds stronghold in the South of the coast. Above and below Ghandia beaches and coastlines join endlessly, which are more populated. On their way to Valencia Combipix therefore advises you to choose the A 7 in Ghandia, so comfortably and for approximately 14 to get toll (as of 2006) to Valencia. The description of this tour ends with Valencia and we hope that you like this report and helped to prepare a vacation or back Refresh old memories. Photo instructions for this tour at a glance: CALP: Monolit Penyal d’ Ifac Benissa: Church and old town of Cap de la Nau: views, coastal, Lighthouse Xabia: Church, old town, market halls Denia: Castle ruins, fish specialities Ghandia: Town Hall, Church, beach images and maps in this report are copyright protected. You may not be used without the express permission of combipix for editorial or commercial purposes.


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