Wednesday, January 30, 2008


Whenever we have visitors, we try to share with them some of the many reasons why we chose to live here.

For some, the Costa Blanca is just about the sun and the beach. It's a place where you holiday and then leave to return to normal life. However, the area has a lot more to offer than that. There is a rich cultural heritage to explore in the towns that make up the Vega Baja. Discovering and participating in what the area has to offer can provide a much more rewarding experience for the visitor than just a few trips to the beach.

For the third year running, the Mancomunidad de Economic Promoción of the Vega Baja has a stand at the FITUR Tourist Fair in Madid.

Taking part are the towns of Algorfa, Benejúzar, Benijófar, Benferri, Bigastro, Jacarilla, Los Montesinos, Redován, San Fulgencio, San Isidro and San Miguel de Salinas. The aim is to present an alternative tourism to that of "the sun and beach."

In Pavilion 7, stand A27, visitors will find a great variety of advertising material explaining the cultural attractions, the gastronomy along with the festivities organised by the towns that make up the Vega Baja area.

FITUR will be held in the IFEMA (Madrid) from the 30th of January to the 3rd of February.

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