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Experience the delights of the Costa Blanca in March
Publishing date 11/03/2013
Gastronomy, nature, sun and beaches, festivals and an enormously varied calendar of cultural events all provide a wealth of options for enjoying the Costa Blanca this March. We invite you to savour local cuisine in Javea, go for tapas in Agost, spend the day in contact with nature in Serra Gelada and be part of the Fallas Festival in Denia. What are you waiting for? Come to the Costa Blanca and fall in love.
Spring is just around the corner, bringing good weather and longer days. On the Costa Blanca everything is ready to offer you a huge range of possibilities for having a great time in good company during March. If you travel to this southern part of the Region of Valencia, you'll find excellent gastronomy, unrivalled countryside and the chance to be part of the region's most popular festival, Las Fallas, without having to go to the capital, Valencia.
From 8 to 18 March you can enjoy Javea's diverse gastronomy during the town's food event, Javea se sirve al plato. A total of 14 restaurants will be serving a fixed price tasting menu at lunchtime and for dinner, paired entirely with wines from the Region of Valencia Designation of Origin.
And if you prefer to savour small, tasty bites of food, from 8 March to 28 April, the Tapagost event gives you the chance to eat authentic tapas in the town of Agost, only ten minutes away from Alicante
If you're keen on walking in the countryside near the sea, the best place to visit is the Serra Gelada Nature Park, a great area to explore as it's so close to Benidorm. As you make your way along the path you're only a few metres away from spectacular cliffs with a vertical drop of up to 300 metres. We invite you to enjoy a free visit to Serra Gelada on 14 March. You can book by sending an e-mail to email@example.com or by telephoning 966 867 022.
Another option we invite you to try is a visit to the Fallas Festival in Denia, running from 16 to 19 March, where you can admire the ninots (figures on the Falla monuments), the mascletàs (daytime fireworks), parades, nit del foc (colourful firework displays) and la cremà (when all the monuments are burned) without having to travel to Valencia.