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It is 210 miles from Madrid, the nation's capital city.
Nothing beats the shining sun and that salty sea air. Head to El Raco Beach, 25 miles to the north. If you are not in a rush, keep going to Puig Beach, 50 miles to the north.
Nature enthusiasts come to this part of Valencia for its diverse natural spaces. Discover what it's all about at Font Salada and Serra de Mariola Natural Park, 16 miles and 12 miles from Salem, respectively.
See how excited the locals are about sports by attending a game at Guillermo Amor Municipal Stadium in Benidorm. It's only 25 miles to the southeast of Salem. Remember to have a few beers at one of the nearby pubs after the game.
Church of the Nativity of Our Lady of Benilloba and Plaza de Espana are some interesting attractions in L'Alqueria d'Asnar, a destination 6 miles from Salem. If you feel like seeing even more of this part of the world, go to Benissuera and have a look at Xativa Castle and Collegiate Basilica of Xàtiva. They are about 7 miles out of Salem.
To locate Archaeological Museum of Gandia, Gandia International University and Museu Faller, you need to travel northeast from Salem for 7 miles to Castellonet de la Conquesta. Church of Santa Maria and Ducal Palace of Gandia are some of the other places that are worth visiting.
Be sure to treat your taste buds to a tour of this region's cafés and restaurants.
It's possible you haven't paid much notice to the virtues of artichoke and grapes before, but you'll surely be an expert on these prized ingredients by the end of your trip!
Dine like the locals do by ordering paella (seafood on rice) and arròs negre (cuttlefish on rice with squid ink).
Stimulate your sweet tooth with some turron de alicante (nougat), a scrumptious dessert.
Don't leave without tasting alcoy coffee liqueur. This spirit is perfect for those that are fond of a stiff drink.
As you prepare to embark on your trip, why not get to know a number of handy phrases in Spanish? ¡Cuánto tiempo! is Spanish for long time no see. ¡Que pase un buen día! (have a nice day) is also helpful.
The 12th of October is the day each year when the entire country will commemorate National Day. There's sure to be plenty of special events and festivities if you are here at that time.
You've laughed, made new friends and no doubt taken more photos than you know what to do with. When the time arrives to get rid of your last euros and bid "Adiós" to Valencia, chances are you'll already be planning another trip!
When you're ready to head to the airport, you might like to know that Alicante International Airport is roughly 40 miles to the south.
You won't find a huge range of hotels in Salem, so it would be wise to investigate the current listings and deals on Expedia's lodging guide.