The most outstanding of Villajoyosa
This Valencian community is renowned for its history, its culture, its beaches, its maritime gastronomy and its famous chocolate industry.
Like many Spanish cities, it has suffered attacks by Berber pirates, which triggered the building of walls and the construction of towers strategically placed to protect its inhabitants. Today they are part of its cultural heritage, like the Roman ruins of the city of Allon that existed before the construction of this city.
In the old town of Villajoyosa you will find el Barrio de los Pescadores, a historical and artistic complex that stands out for its houses with colorful facades.
It has a coastline of 15 kilometers with beautiful beaches of warm and transparent waters. The most recommended are Playa del Paraíso, Playa de los Estudiantes, Cala Mallatea, Centro Beach, Rio Roin Beach and Almadraba Beach.
If you want to enjoy a quiet environment surrounded by nature, visit the Amadorio reservoir or take guided tours along the Amadorio River that runs through the city. You will also find small coves called Bol Nou or Racó Conill, where you can practice diving thanks to the quality of its crystaline waters.
Another interesting tourist attraction is the typical gastronomy. Most of its restaurants and shops will allow you to taste their fish, typical dishes of Mediterranean food and their delicious nougat and chocolates. The factory of chocolates Valor, has a museum, which you can visit for free and try its variety.
Accommodation in Villajoyosa depends on what you want to find, it contains a wide diversity of hotels, apartments and campsites with different prices and amenities.