Packages in Jerica
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Jerica Vacation Packages
Jerica Vacation Packages
Madrid, the country's capital, lies 170 miles west of Jerica.
Why not head on down to Alfara del Patriarca to visit City of Arts and Sciences? You'll locate Alfara del Patriarca 25 miles southeast of Jerica.
Beaches within driving distance include Peniscola Beach, 60 miles to the northeast, and Les Amplaries Beach, 40 miles to the east.
Adventurous types will delight in the beautiful natural attractions of this region. La Pata Mountain is 25 miles from Jerica, while Caves of San Jose is only 18 miles away.
Sports fans should catch a game at El Madrigal Stadium. It's in Villarreal, about 25 miles to the east of Jerica. You'll have to stand up and cheer for the home team with the locals.
Escape to a winter wonderland at some of the nearby resorts, where you can do all the skiing you want. There are two decent options in the area, Valdelinares Ski Resort and Javalambre Ski Resort.
Segorbe Cathedral and Museo del Aceite Seborbe, located in Navajas, are good places to visit. This nearby area is approximately 4 miles out of Jerica. Caudiel is another option to consider. It's around 7 miles away, and is home to Ayahuasca Aventuras and Santiago Apostol Church.
Petrés is 20 miles to the southeast of Jerica. This regional hub offers a number of interesting things to see, such as Charterhouse of Aracristi, Sagunto Acropolis-Castle and Sagunto Roman Theatre. If your itinerary allows it, also check out Castle Complex and Horno Alto N.2.
Trying traditional food is an excellent way to get to know the area you are in. So be sure to visit some of this region's bars, cafés and restaurants.
Of the many different types of produce you'll find during your dining discovery, artichoke and grapes are among the most important.
Why not order paella (seafood on rice) or arròs negre (cuttlefish on rice with squid ink)? These two menu items are staples here.
Those who always have room for something sweet might like to try turron de alicante (nougat).
Regarded as one of the most well-known regional spirits, alcoy coffee liqueur definitely has a kick to it!
Maybe one of the best courtesies you can give to the locals you meet on your travels is to make the effort to learn a few common words and phrases. No comprendo means I don't understand. ¿Cuánto cuesta? will also come in handy. It translates to how much is this.
You should be happy to learn that the 12th of October is National Day, a day of celebration throughout the nation.
Unfortunately, all vacations eventually must come to an end. As the curtains fall on your Jerica adventure, say "Adiós", spend the last of your euros, and remember all the awesome adventures you've had.
Valencia Airport is your nearest airport at about 30 miles to the south, so be sure to leave yourself enough time.
You won't find an extensive range of places to stay in Jerica, so it would be wise to check out the listings and deals on Expedia's lodging page.