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Sport, music and culture have their very important space in the agenda of the Region of Valencia. One more reason to visit us.
Sports competitions include the Volvo Ocean Race regatta, the 42K Valencia Marathon (Ciudad del Running), the Sailing World Tour or the Grand Prix of Moto GP at the Ricardo Tormo Circuit, sporting events that delight the public and lovers of these sports. Some of the most iconic music festivals on the national scene have their headquarters in tourist destinations places in the Region of Valencia. Under the Mediterraneanew Fest brand, all the major festivals which attract national and international travelers, with destinations worth visiting thanks to the celebration of these events are being advertised: the Les Arts Festival, the Arenal Sound of Burriana , the Low Festival of Benidorm or the FIB and the Rototom of Benicàssim; those are the most famous events each summer, but they are not the only ones. Cultural meetings such as the Outdoor Urban Art Festival, MIAU de Fanzara (Castellón), the Mostra de València - Cinema del Mediterrani, or the Vanguard Culture space Las Cigarreras de Alicante, among others, make of the Region of Valencia a perfect cultural destination for all publics and interests.

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    The town of Morella, located in the inland area of the province of Castellón, hides a great treasure under its oaks, the black truffle or Périgord, also known as black gold.
    There is not a massive and festive event in the Region of València that is not celebrated with abundant pyrotechnics. Popular are the Fallas de València, the Bonfires of Alicante, the Moors and Christians of Alcoy or the Magdalena de Castellón. But one of the most representative shows, where firecrackers and fireworks take an unusual role among neighbours and visitors, is the Cordà de Paterna. A unique event of its kind that should not be missed.
    The mocadorà, or mocaorà, is a Valencian tradition that dates back to the 18th century. On the 9th of October, the day of Sant Donis and day of the Valencian Community, each man gives his beloved sweets made with marzipan wrapped in a handkerchief. The handkerchief in Valencian is called "mocador," and hence the name of this deliciously popular tradition.
    El Campello is a coastal area of ​​Alicante that stands out for having beautiful beaches and a warm climate throughout the year. Every Christmas, various activities are held in this municipality to enjoy the sea in winter.


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