Camp de Túria region land of oranges, almond and olive trees
Location: The comarca of camp de Túria is situated in the Centre of the province of Valencia in the autonomous community of the same name. The Turia river crosses the region by allowing that there are numerous crops such as oranges, almond and olive trees that exported outside the region.
Municipalities: Composed of ten municipalities which include Liria, Bétera and Ribarroja del Turia. Ecology that has the region is composed of a lot as maritime and maritime pine forests that predominate the pilgrims and esparto.
What to see? The oldest remains of inhabitants in the area dating back to the Palaeolithic which will enjoy visits to various sites that are examples of the history of Valencia. You can also enjoy long walks and quiet days in a privileged area.
What to eat? Sweet products is fundamental for the comarca of camp de Túria, including sugared almonds, Nougat and sweets from pastry. Also you can try dishes such as paella or quality meats.
Where to stay? The majority of the accommodation are breakfast among those who may choose to hotels or hostels that are small.
How to reach? You can reach by car from the regional roads that connect the comarca of camp de Túria with other parts of the autonomous community. The best airport is Valencia.
The comarca of Hoya de Buñol important nucleus of interior tourism
Situation: The comarca of Hoya de Buñol is located in the Centre of the province of Valencia in the autonomous community of the same name. The proximity to the capital of the region has promoted the growth of this region with the passage of time since many people have chosen this area to live.
Municipalities: Made up of nine villages which include Chiva and Buñol. Its main feature is that it has a Mediterranean climate that winters are fairly mild without low temperatures.
What to see? The comarca of Hoya de Buñol has many traces of some of the civilizations that have lived in the region. The first remains referred to are from the Paleolithic with almost 50,000 years. Another option to enjoy in the area are the numerous hiking trails in the region.
What to eat? There are many rainfed and irrigated crops that many of the dishes that are cooked are based such products. You can also enjoy any recipes that are made in Valencia as it is the case of paella.
Where to stay? Most of the establishments are rural and offer many possibilities to tourists that arrive to the comarca of Hoya de Buñol. You can find different options according to the budget that has.
How to reach? The car is the means of transport to move around the region there are many roads both local and regional. Valencia airport is the most important of the closest and they have regular flights throughout the year.
The attractions of the region of Los Serranos
Situation: The mountain is located in the interior part of the province of Valencia in the autonomous community of the same name. The Turia River also runs through part of its territory and waters part of typical crops in the area. The main feature of the terrain is the mountain range runs throughout the region.
Municipalities: Composed of some twenty municipalities which include Chelva and Villar del Arzobispo. As is the case with other parts of the region the climate is quite warm so the winters don't tend to be very hard with temperatures around 15 degrees.
What to see? Emphasizes the religious monuments such as the Archbishop's Palace in the Gothic style which on del Villar's Archbishop. It also has the possibility to enjoy great walks in all many roads that run across the mountains.
What to eat? The cuisine of the region of los Serranos is based on local products, so you can eat dishes such as porridge, crumbs, serrano gazpacho and dishes derived from the slaughter of the pig.
Where to stay? The accommodations are rural, ranging from small hotels managed by local people or cottages which are equipped to spend a quiet holiday for a few weeks.
How to reach? You must do so by road from the capital of the region that has several routes to get. The most important airport is Valencia.
The District of Valle de Albaida marked by a river
Location: The Valle de Albaida region is in the province of Valencia. Its name comes from the Albaida River that runs throughout the territory, which in turn means "the white one" in Arabic.
Municipalities: Composed of a score of municipalities, of which the capital is Onteniente. It is framed within what is known as the route of the monasteries of Valencia. There are many monuments of these features in some of their villages.
What to see: Aside from the numerous monasteries, you can spend a holiday in the region of the Valle de Albaida passing through the beautiful landscape of farm land. The Festival of Moors and Christians in Onteniente is well known.
What to eat: Typical dishes of the region are rice, black paella, the magnificent mushroom or black pudding made with onion. Sweet dishes are also one of its strengths.
Where to stay: There is always something available, except during the Festival of Moors and Christians when the region of the Valle de Albaida is full of tourists. There are apartments and country houses.
How to get there: Car transport is the best choice to move into the region, but some municipalities have regional train stations. The most important airport is Valencia.