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Marina Salinas, Valencian Community, Spain

Salinas Marina, also known as Marina de Salinas or Port Salinas, is hosted by the town of Torrevieja in an idyllic spot. The White Coast has popular tourist resorts like Cabo Roig, Campoamor and more and it is situated only 50 km away from Alicante, offering tourists the possibility to travel to this city by boat. Visitors will encounter soft-sanded beaches in this coastal town, tapas bars, fish restaurants and attractive sights like the Park of Nations or Paraje Natural Municipal Molino del Agua. The Church of la Inmaculata Conception, the Iglesia de Nuestra Senora del Rosario or the S-16 Delfin Submarine are important places for Torrevieja’s cultural and historical inheritance. Being surrounded by salt lakes with protected habitats for Flamingos and Montagu’s harrier, tourists will be fascinated by the complexity of a unique area on the Costa Blanca. There are more than twenty hotels with exotic views and private pools that can offer accommodation services in this area.

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Cancellation Policy of Marina Salinas : 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