Eastern Spain is in Spain. From north to south, Eastern Spain covers the Mediterranean regions of: In Catalonia and Valencia, Catalan is spoken. In the Valencian region, this language is called "Valencian", a variety of the Catalan language.
Popular in Eastern Spain
Barcelona the capital and largest city of Catalonia and Spain's second largest city, with a population of nearly two million people.
Valencia / València, pronounced [baˈlenθja] in Spanish, and [vaˈlensia] in Valencian, is a charming old city and the capital of the Valencian Autonomous Community of Spain that is well worth a visit.
Figueres is a small city in Catalonia, Spain with a population of 40,000. It is the seat of the Alt Empord
In Eastern Spain
Catalonia is an autonomous community in the northeast of Spain. It borders France and Andorra to the north along the Pyrenees, the Mediterranean Sea to the east, Valencia to the south and Aragon to the west.
Valencia, officially Valencian Community, is an automous community of Spain located in central and south-eastern Iberian Peninsula.
Murcia, officially Region of Murcia, is a region in Spain associated with the autonomous community of Murcia as well as the province of Murcia.