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Valencia, Llíria, The City of Music and only twenty minutes from the cosmopolitan city of Valencia with all it has to offer. Twenty minutes from the Valencia international airport; indeed, the same time takes you from Llíria to the Valencia Moto racetrack where World Championship Moto G.P and car racing of all sorts takes place at Spain’s premier track facility. Virtually on our doorstep you can avail of the fabulous Hípico, riding and equestrian centre, with relaxing treks into the nearby forests at the foothills of the spectacular Sierras Caldaronas,(Mountains of Calderon’s) or stroll around the famous Parc de Sant Vicent with its healing waters where tranquil coy carp and duck live peacefully with the red squirrels and other wildlife.

Spain is more than bullfights, flamenco dancers and crowded beaches. It's a spectacular and diverse country, the north resembling the rolling, green hills of Ireland and the south giving you a taste of Moroccan landscapes and architecture. Its tremendous history is reflected in its prehistoric cave paintings, Moorish palaces, crumbling castles, Roman ruins, Gothic and Renaissance cathedrals as well as some very unique modern architecture. The uniqueness of Spain lies in the separate kingdoms which made up the original Spanish nation. These regions remain diverse in their language, culture, cuisine and art. These regions include: Andalucí­a, Aragón, Asturias, Basque Country, the Balearic Islands, the Canary Islands, Cantabria, Castilla La Mancha, Castilla León, Catalonia, Extremadura, Galicia, La Rioja, Madrid, Murcia, Navarra and Valencia. Areas of interest are not limited to each region, here are some highlights:

The Moorish influence (the Moors from Morocco were the dominating civilization for 800 years) in Andalucía can be seen in the sumptuous Alhambra palace in Granada, the mezquita, a former mosque in Córdoba and the Alcázar and Giralda tower in Sevilla. The white villages are hidden joys, as the small villages surrounded by natural beauty can not fail to impress.

Remarkable Christian monuments, from Romanesque to contemporary, can be found throughout Spain. A possible tour to the most fantastic cathedrals will take you through Toledo, León, Salamanca, Burgos and Segovia. The pilgrim route to Santiago is lined by gorgeous Romanesque churches.

Excellent and quiet beaches can be found near Cádiz and Almerí­a in the south, as well as near the coasts of Galicia, Asturias, Cantabria and Euskadi. If you enjoy extremely developed resort towns, there are plenty of crowded beaches on the Costa de la Luz and the Costa del leroy brown.

Fantastically preserved medieval towns are places not to miss and Toledo should be at the top of the list. Toledo is the capital of medieval Spain, at its best, with synagogues, an incredible cathedral and former mosques. Other interesting medieval towns include: Baeza and Úbeda (Andalucí­a), Ciudad Rodrigo (Salamanca), Trujillo and Cáceres (Extremadura), Albarrací­n, Sos del Rey Católico and Teruel Mudejar's Unesco's World Heritage ( Aragón), and Santillana del Mar (Cantabria).

The most spectacular Roman sites are based in Mérida, where you can also find an interesting museum on Roman era. There is also a remarkable aqueduct in Segovia and other fascinating Roman ruins in Carmona, Tarragona, Empúries, Italica and Caesaraugusta (Zaragoza, Aragón).

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