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Eastern Spain

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.

Barcelona is Spain's second largest city, with a population of nearly two million people, and the capital of Catalonia.

Valencia, officially Valencian Community, is an automous community of Spain located in central and south-eastern Iberian Peninsula.

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.

Murcia, officially Region of Murcia, is a region in Spain associated with the autonomous community of Murcia as well as the province of Murcia.

Figueres is a small city in Catalonia, Spain with a population of 40,000.

Catalonia is an autonomous community in the northeast of Spain.

Blanes on the Costa Brava and the province of Girona is an old fishing town that has become an important beach destination.

Ulldecona is a municipality in the district of Montsiā that includes the cores El Castell, La Miliana, Sant Joan del Pas, Els Valentins and Les Ventalles.

Girona is an ancient town several thousand years old in Catalonia, Spain.

Alicante is a popular tourist city in the Valencian Community of Spain.

Benidorm is a seaside resort on the Costa Blanca in the province of Alicante province, Valencia, Spain.

Jávea / Xàbia is in the Costa Blanca region in Alicante, Spain. The town has three main areas namely Jávea old town, Jávea port, & the beach area.

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