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Module 7: Golf, Nautical and Sports
The Valencia Region is a paradise for all types of nautical sports, offered by the 32 Nautical Marinas and several water sports centres. Nautical sports on offer include Sailing, motorboats, yachts, windsurfing, waterskiing, scuba diving, fishing, catamarans, pedal boats, jet skiing to name but a few. A guide to all facilities is available on our website
Due to its superb and mild climate there is no better place to play golf throughout the year than in the Valencia Region, a rapidly emerging golf destination.
There are 21 golf courses in Valencia, all of different character in great locations and designed by prestigious names in golf.
There are 13 in Alicante (Costa Blanca) province, 5 in Valencia Province, 3 in Castellón province.
Situated south of Alicante town around the Torrevieja area
Situated close to Alicante town
Situated near to Altea
Situated near to Calpe
Situated near Denia & Javea
Situated near town of Oliva
Situated around Valencia city
There are projects for several more golf courses throughout the region, including two 18 hole golf courses near Benidorm currently being built.
Golf in the Valencia region is not as saturated as in some other destinations and green fees are more reasonable.
As an approximate guide (as each course is different), green fee prices range from 42-75 Euro depending on the course, for 18 holes.
For more information please visit our website or we can send you a golf brochure.
Many sports and activities are available in the region to compliment beach and sun tourism.
Inland rivers and ravines are good for canoeing and rafting. The hills and mountains provide many good routes for hiking and cycling, riding or you can practice mountain climbing or abseiling.
For motorcycling enthusiasts the Ricardo Tormo International Race Circuit in Cheste (near Valencia) is a must for followers of this sport.
Other more unusual activity options include hot air ballooning, parapenting, handgliding, caving and bungee jumping.
There are two major routes, both included in the European Long Distance Hiking Route Network, where you can cross the Valencia Region from north to south. There are also numerous short distance walking routes where you can combine the sport with the natural beauty of the interior of the region. There are challenging hiking routes for the experienced walkers through to gentle rambling routes for those who just prefer a gentle but scenic walk.
There are lots of excursion centres and companies that specialise in types of these sports with the necessary equipment to participate in these sports safely.
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