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Club Nautico de Cullera, Valencian Community, Spain

Club Nautico de Cullera is also known as Puerto Deportivo de Cullera and it is situated in the Spanish municipality with the same name. Being a part of the Valencian Community is what offers the area a rich culture and an authentic air. Wonderful landscapes can be observed at the mouth of the river Jucar, where this marina was strategically placed. Visitors will be able to easily travel to Valencia from this port, which is only 40 km away. This land that combines history with art has the power of charming tourists who are in search of a different experience. There are serene beaches with ultramarine waters that are protected by the parallel Mountain Collera or Muny de l’Or. This privileged area was inhabited by ancient people like the Moorish, who left behind important structures such as the Cullera Castle. Other important landmarks are the Sanctuary of the Virgen del Castillo, the air-raid shelter – Museum of the Mercat Municipal, Torre del Marenyet and many more

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Cancellation Policy of Club Nautico de Cullera : restrictive

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Attractions in Valencian Community

The Valencian Community, also known as the Valencian country or just Valencia, is a region in Spain that is known for its modern monuments, its impressive architecture and its cultural heritage. Being divided into three major provinces: Alacant, Castello and Valencia, the city of Valencia is the largest in this historical region and the third largest in the country. The Valencian Community lies on the Mediterranean coast, bordering Catalonia, Aragon, Castile-La Mancha and Murcia. The coastline on this side of Spain is spectacular and it attracts many tourists into a journey of fascinating landscapes, imposing cliffs, relaxing beaches and luxurious holiday resorts. It is visited all year long by travellers from all over the world who are eager to explore this territory and discover its mysteries, as well as the traditions, gastronomy and culture.

The history of the Valencian Country begins with the Iberian people, who lived on this territory before the Roman age. The ... more info