Comunidad Valenciana Activa (CV ACTIVA) is an association of companies and professionals of Active Tourism and Ecotourism in the Region of Valencia.
Almost 20 years ago, Joan, someone we loved very much, encouraged the founder of Itinerantur to pay more attention to the world of plants than to human biology by saying: “plants are so much more grateful than people!”
Author: Pau Lucio
The Valencia Region offers a wealth of opportunities for visitors to get in touch with nature and to admire numerous species of orchids. Thus, this region is a delightful destination for plants and wildlife lovers.
This week Turisme Comunitat Valenciana has organised a Press Trip to show the editor in chief of French garden and landscape magazine L’Art des Jardins some Valencian landscapes and gardens.
Visit Elche, Fundem’s Jardín de l’Albarda, Casa Tápena in Onil and the Visit València Foundation were all involved in the Press Trip arranged by Turisme Comunitat Valenciana.
Did you know that Spain has at least ten Starlight Reserves? In the Region of Valencia, we also have this category of clear, dark skies where stars can be observed distinctly, with no artificial light. Visitors to the Serranía area of València can have a unique astrotourism experience observing constellations, planets and so on, but more especially, they can learn about the magic of the sky at night.