Descubriendo: la costa de Levante

Is being a while since we did not have one of these entries on the blog, so we decided to come back in a big way. This week…. Discovering: The Levante Coast. We are going to take a walk in the East Coast of the Spanish Peninsula. The Levante Coast located in the east of Spain, from the northernmost point of the Valencian Community to Almería. This coastline is undoubtedly one of the areas that attracts the most British tourists from all over the country, thanks to the calm waters of the Mediterranean, its ideal climate, and its extensive beaches of golden sand. It also has many beautiful towns, natural parks, and cities full of culture and history. Are you looking for a romantic destination, a family vacation, or the ideal place for a trip with your best friends? The Levante Coast has it all. Here we leave you a list of the best places that you will never forget.



This is a good week to talk about Valencia. Why? Because the Fallas are happening this week, the most popular celebration at the Turia Capital.
But not everything is the Fallas, Valencia has all kinds of cultural and leisure activities. You cannot miss its famous Cathedral or the City of Arts
and Sciences, a modern architectural and cultural complex that in 2007 was one of the winners of the 12 Treasures of Spain contest. The city has some huge urban beaches, we recommend Playa de la Patacona, which is not usually as busy as others in Valencia. 10 km south of the city you will find the Albufera Natural Park, a coastal lagoon where you can take boat trips and enjoy nature.
 In Valencia you also have available oyr Eurochange Valencia exchange office, located in an unbeatable area, in the heart of Plaza de la Virgen, in the center of the city, where you can change your pounds into euros or any currency you need.




Speaking about playing with fire we could not forget about Alicante and the Hogueras, but we Will have to wait some time for this celebration, but that’s no reason not to talk about Alicante. In June we Will be able to enjoy the Hogueras but until then Alicante has much to offer. After Valencia, the best-known city on the Levante coast is Alicante. It has much more than beaches, like museums and an old town full of life. You don’t have to choose between city or beach because Alicante has the best of both. In Alicante, on calle Castaños 6, you will find Eurochange Alicante, where you can change your currencies into euros or buy the currencies you need for your trip.


Just a bit to the south we can find Murcia, as they say in there: what a beauty. A dreamy city where we can enjoy the best of the beach and the countryside. In the southernmost part of the Costa de Levante, we find Murcia, whose coastline is known as the Costa Cálida thanks to its warm waters and the sun that shines more than 3,000 hours a year. The salty lagoon of the Mar Menor has a destination in which to rest and enjoy the sea and water activities. The coast has numerous virgin spaces, beaches such as San Pedro del Pintar and Cartagena, and curious landscapes such as the erosion of Mazarrón. About 5 kilometers northwest of the university city of Murcia is the Castillo de Monteagudo, on an impressive rocky outcrop that rises 149 m above sea level. And of course Murcia is not less than Alicante or Valencia when talking about Eurochange offices, you will be able to visit us at the Avenida de la Constitucion, 9 

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