Area information about Valencia – Costa Azahar
The Costa Azahar, or ‘Orange Blossom Coast’, lies north of the vibrant city of Valencia and is part of the provinces of Valencia and Castellón. It is a beautiful and unspoilt area and has great beaches, stunning countryside and charming towns. It has a temperate climate with warm summers and mild winters. This coastal area is easily accessible from the international airport in Valencia. The area has been officially named by the World Health Organisation as one of the healthiest places in Europe in which to live.
The beaches on the Valencia Costa Azahar are quite special and you’ll find long stretches of white sand and small private coves. They are rarely crowded and are perfect for scuba diving. Some of the best beaches are to be found at Romana, Moro, Marina d’Or and Peñiscola which is known as the Gibraltar of Valencia.
Spain’s third largest city is considered easy to live in and has a thriving culture and nightlife. The strikingly futuristic City of Arts and Sciences development sits alongside a host of contemporary Modernista buildings that provide a charming contrast with its lovely old quarter. It has wonderful museums and is famous for its cuisine, including its paella.
Golf in Valencia – Costa Azahar
Valencia – Costa Azahar – has six golf courses in the coastal area, including the prestigious Golf El Saler, which has beautiful parador. Others include El Bosque, Club de Golf Manises, Club de Golf Escorpión, Masia de las Estrellas and Foressos Golf Club.
Families living in Valencia have a number of international schools to choose from. There is the American School of Valencia and the British School of Valencia, as well as Caxton College, which offers boarding, Los Olivos and Cambridge House Community College, plus a number of others.
Favourite residential areas in Valencia – Costa Azahar
Valencia – Costa Azahar – has not been over-developed by contrast with some of the other coastal regions that attract foreign buyers. There are lovely properties available here, ranging from villas and rural houses to beachside apartments. The places most popular with overseas buyers are Valencia city, Peñiscola, Gandía, Villalonga, Estivella, Olocau, Turís, Lliria and Marxuquera.
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