Valencia is the most populous of the three provinces in the Valencian Community. It is bordered on the east by the Mediterranean, in the north by the provinces of Castellón and Teruel, in the west by the provinces of Cuenca and Albacete, and in the south by the province of Alicante.

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or València, pronounced [baˈlenθja] in Spanish, and [vaˈlensia] in Valencian, is a charming old city and the capital of the .

Gandia is in a city in Valencia. Gandia is the capital of the county of La Safor, between the mountains and the beaches of the Mediterranean.

is a town in the west of Valencia province.


is a small city in Valencia. has been inhabited continuously since Iberian times, and is one of the few Spanish cities which has preserved its pre-Roman name.

is a city in Valencia. Modern is divided into two sections: the modern port with good beaches, and the historic centre, near the original Iberian hilltop fortifications.

is a coastal city in Valencia. has been inhabited since Neolithic times, as attested by a large number of remains and archaeological sites in the area.

is the second largest city in Valencia province, located 9 km southwest of the capital city of Valencia.

, formally known as de Santa María, is an agricultural village in Valencia, 15 km north of .

With a population of just under 10,000, is the largest town in La Hoya, the mountainous western area of Valencia province.

is a small city in Valencia. It is not only the site of Valencia's airport but is also an important centre for ceramics, where the art has been practiced for at least 700 years.

is a city in Valencia. Located just 5 km northwest of , the area has been inhabited since Neolithic times due to its advantageous location near the Turía River.

is a small village in Valencia north of .

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Aragonese: Balenzia, Asturian: Valencia, Basque: Valentzia, French: Province de Valence, French: Valence, German: Valencia, Italian: Provincia di Valencia, Japanese: バレンシア, Japanese: ヴァレンシア, Portuguese: Valência, Spanish: Provincia de Valencia, Spanish: Valencia, València
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