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|To the south of Costa Daurada, lies the Costa del Azahar or the orange tree -coast. It is an extraordinary region forming a wide shoreline up to the Gulf of Valencia. Costa del Azahar boasts the longest and flattest coastline in the whole of Spain. It is very Spanish orientated, so not so many foreigners as in the other Costas. It is a good area for walking (Desierto de las Palmas).|
|Probably the most popular European holiday destination in the world, the food is as varied as the many different nationalities that have settled here over the years. The most famous tourist dish, Paella, can be found in nearly every bar, hotel and restaurant in the country with other local dishes, Paps con Mojo (unpeeled potatoes cooked in seawater) and Gofio Escaldon (hand rolled balls of maize flour eaten with a dip) well worth a try. In the busiest of tourist resorts, Pizzas, Burger and other fast food outlets ensure all tastes are catered for, and most meals are served with a generous helping of chips and salad. Wines and beers are produced locally and are excellent value, as the imported ones tend to cost more and are sometimes inferior.|
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