The Costa Valencia is the coastal area of the province of Valencia. A region rich in natural beauty, the Costa Valencia has countless beaches, littoral lagoons and a mountainous region providing a stark contrast to the sandy beaches of the coastal zone.
There are a number of public transport options for the Costa Valencia, including bus routes in and around the main cities, as well as hire cars and taxis. In the city of Valencia you can also catch the tourist bus in order to see the important tourist spots located around the city, and there is a tram service for the parts of the city that cannot be reached by metro.
With an average yearly temperature of around 18º C, the Costa Valencia enjoys mild and warm summers and slightly colder winters than the rest of Spain. Winters are more humid but summers tend to be quite dry, and if you're looking for a good time to visit the Costa Valencia and are interested in colourful flora, Spring is the ideal time of year.
The Easter or Fallas festival is a greatly anticipated festival throughout Valencia, with the population expected to double while the festivities are underway. The Fallas Festival lasts over the first two or three weeks in March with beautifully sculpted parade floats that generally culminates on the 19th March with La Crema, where the floats and sculptures are burnt as a symbol of spring and to bring about new life.
Although average property price on the Costa Valencia have changed little over the years, since 2009 there has been a slight decline from an average of €197K to an average of €170K.
For a beautiful idyllic property that is in an ideal location, particularly for the Spring months, why not take a look at the Costa Valencia?