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Villas in Valencian Community: key destinations

  • Alicante Province

    To the south of Valencian Community, Alicante Province boasts 200km of the glorious beaches of the Costa Blanca, historical monuments, museums and the metropolitan atmosphere of Alicante city. Let's not forget the beautiful Mediterranean climate!

  • Valencia Province

    Right in the heart of Valencian Community, Valencia Province is the largest of the three provinces, with one third of people living in the capital of the same name. This wine making region overlooks the Gulf of Valencia, with a stunning coast and mountain landscape.

Reviews of villas in Valencian Community

We have 3,475 reviews of our villas in Valencian Community.

Friends from Bedworth, United Kingdom April 2019

Excellent all round! The villa is lovely and has been improved further since the pictures taken. there are lots of separate seating areas outside so you can have your own space, the heated pool was perfect and the bbq area and kitchen in general well stocked and fantastic. Beds were comfy, and everything really clean when we arrived. Would recommend to anyone!

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Family from Pembroke Dock, United Kingdom April 2019

Property has everything you need for a great family holiday in a quiet area yet close to all amenities.Excellent communication and a hassle free check in and and out with easy airport transfers

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Family from Stewkley, United Kingdom January 2019

We know the Moraira area well and have rented several properties here over recent years - this is the best! Everything is exactly as described, and is well cared for and maintained, with a helpful and efficient local manager on hand if needed. With small children in our family, the securely gated access to the pool was important, and there was lots of outside space for them to play, also securely gated from the road. The upstairs/downstairs accommodation is ideal for families sharing, and upstairs was perfect for us as a couple before and after the family joined us. Renting in February, we didn't use the lovely pool but were glad of the heating - aircon units with heat option, numerous electric convector heaters, and a very effective woodburner. The glazed naya with lovely view was perfect for meals, and for warm weather there's plenty of outside seating with tables. We're already looking forward to our next stay at this villa.

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Couple from Kiev, Ukraine January 2019

It's a third time Chris host us (previous two times it was another apartment) and it's always a pleasure to stay in his apartments. This apartment is just perfect. It's well equipped - you'll find everything you need there and even more, starting kitchen and up to beach facilities. Master bed is super comfortable - it's the most comfortable bed we've ever slept in rented apartment. Terrace on the first floor is very cozy - we've spend a lot of time there, despite we've visited Cabo Roig in winter. And finally, apartment is in few minutes walk from the beach and main avenue with bars and restaurants, but still on a quiet street where you can enjoy your rest. Highly recommended.

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About Valencian Community

Villas for rent in Valencian Community

Valencian Community, or Valencia Country, as it's also known, is located along the Mediterranean coast, on the central and southeastern region of the Iberian peninsula. With Catalonia to the north, Aragon and Castilla-La Mancha to the west, and Murcia to the south, there are three provinces in the region; Castellon, Valencia and Alicante. Overlooking the Gulf of Valencia, the landscape boasts rolling mountains, dense forestry, picturesque orange groves and vineyards. Its capital of the same name, also referred to as 'The City of Sand', is the third largest city in Spain, with the largest Gothic gateway in the whole of Europe. Enjoy the lively metropolitan feel of the city, or sit back and bask in the glorious sunshine of the coastal resorts of the White Coast. Discover a region steeped in Roman, Greek and Phoenician history, from Santa Barbara Castle in Alicante, to San Miguel de los Reyes Monastry in Valencia city.

Key holiday info
  • A direct flight to Valencia Airport from the UK takes 2hrs, 15 mins.
  • Valencian Community enjoys hot summers and mild winters. The average August temperature is 30°C.
  • Turia Gardens in Valencia city is the largest urban park in Spain, with Gulliver Kids Park to keep little ones entertained.
  • Valencia's coast, the Costa Blanca is a 200km stretch of white and golden sand beaches.
  • Paella originated in Valencia. Valencia is also the main producer of citrus fruit in Europe!
  • Valencia has the most Blue Flag beaches in Spain.
  • There are over 20 golf courses and clubs in Valencian Community.

A beginner's guide to renting a villa in Valencian Community

Situated on the southeastern and central region of the Iberian peninsula, Valencian Community boasts more than 500km of coastline, and a contrast of lively urban cities and small coastal fishing villages. From the relaxed beaches of the Costa Blanca to the historic village of Peniscola, this autonomous region of Spain is as diverse as they come.

Stretching over 200km from Denia in the north to Torrevieja in the south, discover the lively coastal resorts of the Costa Blanca and its white, family-friendly sands and tranquil waters perfect for enjoying water sports, people watching and postcard-perfect views of the Mediterranean. For bright lights and fancy clubs head to bustling Benidorm, or for a low-key break away from it all, discover the upscale resort of Moraira, 100km south of Valencia. A favourite with walkers and cyclists, tune out from the hustle and bustle in Jalon Valley, where the scent of almond blossom and the peace and olive groves and pine trees make the perfect location for a rustic villa holiday.

Valencia Province and the capital of Valencian Community, is a city of contrasts, stretching from the coastal resorts of Oliva in the south and Sagunto in the north, to Utiel in the west. From the ultra modern Oceanografic Aquarium to the ancient Roman Catholic Valencia Cathedral, there is plenty here to whet your cultural appetite. The little ones will love Bioparc; managed by Rainforest, boasting recreated jungle habitats and spectacular wildlife enclosures. Enjoy a traditional alfresco meal in the old town while taking in the charms of the typically Spanish squares, Gothic architecture and wide cobbled streets. Watch the world go by with panoramic views across the city from El Miguelete bell tower.

Aside from its beautiful beaches, Alicante Province is known for its Mediterranean charm, nightlife and historic remnants such as the medieval Santa Barbara Castle providing breathtaking views of the region and its modern marble promenade boasting all the amenities a holidaymaker could need. This sun-kissed region is also home to over 15 golf courses. Take a Sunday morning visit to Mercado Central (one of the oldest markets in Europe) and discover its vibrant indoor stalls selling everything from seafood to cured meats and sweet dessert wine.

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Did you know...
  • Kids will love Bioparc in Fuengirola, with its recreated jungle enclosures, or make a splash at Aqualandia in Benidorm.
  • Don't miss Europe's biggest street party, Fallas Festival in March, attracting over 2 million tourists.
  • Valencia city used to be the capital of Spain and is the third largest city in Spain.
  • Valencians speak their own regional language of Valencian, along with Spanish.
  • The Iberians first inhabited this coastal region in ancient times, hence the name, the Iberian peninsula.
  • Es Mercado in Alicante city is one of the oldest markets in Europe!
  • Now a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Palmeral of Elche in Alicante is the largest palm grove in Europe, with more palm trees than people!

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Discover Valencian Community

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Valencia is often overshadowed by its somewhat more high-profile siblings; Barcelona and Madrid. However, Spain's third biggest city certainly has a lot to offer when it comes to choosing a holiday destination. I mean first and foremost, it's actually the birthplace of Paella! But seriously, with a beautiful sandy beach, a vibrant social scene, awe-inspiring futuristic buildings and a quintessential old town that exhibits everything we holidaymakers love about Spainish culture, what more could you really want from a weekend away?

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