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  Peñiscola
To the north of the Costa Blanca lies a stretch of relatively unspoilt coastline known as the Costa del Azahar (Orange Blossom Coast), generally less developed than its neighbouring Costa Blanca, the Costa del Azahar includes some beautiful and lesser known towns and resorts. One such resort is Peñiscola, a beautiful coastal town, built around a medieval castle which stands on a rocky promontory, jutting out into the Mediterranean Sea.
   
  The historical city of Ontinyent
Located to the north-west of Alcoy and Cocentaina, the historical city of Ontinyent is situated beside the River Clariano on the western side of the Albaida Valley. With its population of 36,368 (2006), Ontinyent has two distinct areas, the old (formerly walled) town and the modern industrial suburbs. The old town ‘La Vila’ still retains much of its old world charm, with narrow winding streets lined with ancient houses.
   
  Ayna
Peaceful, rural Spain at its very best awaits the more discerning traveller searching for authentic villages, picturesque landscapes, gentle days and intoxicating nights… Ayna has all this and a little bit more, deep within the Sierra del Segura mountain range, in the Albacete province.
   
  Xixona
Sitting just off the N-340 about 25 kilometres north of Alicante, the town of Xixona (Jijona) is mostly famous for its soft nougat, better known as Turron. Made from honey, almonds, sugar and eggs, this sweet delicacy is mostly eaten at Christmas time and has been manufactured in the town for many centuries. Originally produced in the houses of the old town, Turron is famous all over the world but is a particular speciality in Spanish households and eaten as a dessert at Christmas. Machinery for the production of Turron still exists in some of the houses in the old quarter of the town, although these days production is centred in factories.
   
  For Ski or Sun, Andorra Is Worth A Visit
Situated right on the border between France and Spain, the small principality of Andorra is the only country in the world whose official language is Catalan. Spanish, French and English are also spoken by the majority of its population of 83,000 people. This mountainous country was poor and isolated until after World War II, when the tourist industry took off, now earning the country 80% of its income. The Leader’s Sally Bengtsson, took some rare time off over Easter to visit Andorra and here, explains why it is worth a visit at any time of year.
   
 
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