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  • 1Hoya de Alcoy

    The comarca of Hoy de Alcoy: toys, textiles and agriculture

    The comarca of Hoya de Alcoy is known for its toy, textile and agriculture industries. All of them are the base of the economy of a region located in the north of the province of Alicante, in the autonomous community of Valencia. Among its municipalities is the capitol Alcoy, while other important towns are Bañeres and Castalla, Ibi.

    Besides being focused on the production of textiles and toys, this region has also focused part of its activity on inland tourism. Many lodgings and hotels have been created to accommodate visitors coming mainly from other nearby provinces.

    The main town is Alcoy, the capital of the region. In recent years, the tourism boom has improved communications by road with other parts of the autonomous community. Its main attraction is as an alternative to the beach and the sun of the municipalities on the coast which are a few kilometres away.

    One of the most popular fiestas in the area is celebrated in Alcoy where every month of April marks the battle from the end of the 13th century between the Christian inhabitants and the Moors who wanted to conquer the city.

    The comarca of Hoya de Alcoy has an average temperature lower than the rest of the province and more rain in contrast to the rest of the province of Alicante. The best option to visit this region is by road.

  • 50Marina Alta

    Paradise for vacationers in Marina Alta

    Location: The District of Marina Alta is located in the southeast of the province of Alicante in the coastal area and within the autonomous community of Valencia. It is an area full of contrast between the development of the nearby sea towns and parts of interior on the mountain.

    Municipalities: Composed of a score of municipalities. Until the 1960s the majority focused on agriculture and livestock. With the tourist boom of the 1960s the economy of the region turned to residential tourism which has been growing increasingly.

    What to see: Marina Alta is a region of great natural beauty preserved especially in the inland areas, while on the coast you can enjoy tourist attractions for all ages. The main visitors come from European countries.

    What to eat: The paella is one of the most famous dishes of the autonomous community of Valencia. In addition you can enjoy cuisine based on fish from the Mediterranean.

    Where to stay: The options are numerous. From a five star hotel in the coast pension complete to a rural house in the interior of the comarca of Marina Alta to rest calmly.

    How to get there: The main means of transport in the area is the car since the region has great communication. Alicante is the most important airport with scheduled flights, especially during the summer.

  • 70Marina Baja

    Marina Baja is a region located in the province of Alicante (Spain) and it offers both its visitors and citizens the posibility to enjoy the mountains and to spend a few hours at one of the best beaches in the country

    Its characteristic are very attractive to tourists from all over the world who choose this region to spend their vacations. Some go even further and they move to the region to live all year round. There are a lot of people from Norway and Great Britain, and they form a big community.

    The most important city is Benidorm where there is a wide variety of hotels, although visitor could find other nice cities like Villajoyosa or Altea. You have many options and many towns where you could spend your vacations.

    If we did a review of places that you could visit, we find many options. Starting with the mountains where there are great places like the waterfall Fonts de l'Algar, and many popular places to hike. It has many protected areas of high ecological value.

    We also can't ignore a visit to the Serra Gelada Natural Park which it's located in differents towns in Marina Baja. It is one of the most popular places in the province.

    Meanwhile, beach lovers have many options to enjoy the Mediterranean Sea. They could visit tourist beaches or more secluded beaches. Poniente beach in Benidorm is one of the most popular tourist spots in the region.

    Finally, you could take a swim at one of the desirable beaches in the province like Roda in Altea, where there are fewer swimmers than at other beaches.

The province of Alicante/Alacant and its tourism brand

Location: The province of Alicante/Alacant is located within the autonomous community of Valencia and borders to the south with Murcia. The quality of their land has always been a magnet for many civilizations, and we can still see many remains that bear witness to time's passage.

Municipalities: Almost fifty municipalities, population density varies during the summer months. The climate of this region is very warm and Mediterranean, most winters are usually not very hard, which has attracted many foreigners.

What to see? You have many options to spend your free time in the province of Alicante/Alacant since you can choose a walk by the beach, a day of hiking or enjoy some of the sights that history has left. It is one of the most visited places in Spain.

What to eat? The culinary customs of this region are mainly based on local products, fish from the sea and farm's livestock meat.

Where to stay? You will have a wide range of possibilities according to your interests and how you want to spend your holiday. You have the option to stay in a hotel on the beach or find peace and calm in a farm house inland.

How to reach it? There are many flights from Europe to Alicante Airport, especially during the summer. It also has good roads, bus and train service.