The Valencian Region is an excellent and safe place in which to live, with a competitive education system, comprehensive health service, and high environmental quality indicators.
- The Valencian Region is one of the most stable EU regions in legal, political, and social terms, guaranteeing a solid framework for foreign investors.
- The Valencian Region is a unique location not only because of its open character, but also thanks to its stable, tension-free political framework, which offers excellent institutional relations between the different central, regional, and local governments.
- The Valencian Region has a very low crime rate, compared to other Spanish and European regions.
The region is an international tourist destination with:
- Over 24 million tourists per year.
- 300 days of sun per year.
- 514 kilometres of coastline.
- 260 beaches, with a total length of 265 kilometres (15% of the national total). It is the Mediterranean region with the highest number of city beaches.
- In 2018, the Valencian Region was awarded 146 Blue Flags (European award). Alicante continues to be the Spanish province with the highest number of Blue Flags.
- 40 marinas: 24 in the province of Alicante, seven in Castellon, and nine in Valencia.
The Valencian Region has a wide range of inland nature-based tourism which, together with superb historical and artistic heritage, a wide range of festivals and rich local cuisine, has created a highly competitive tourist industry with a lot of potential.
Similarly, the region has a huge range of unique competitively priced real estate for residential tourism, providing investors with excellent business opportunities.
For all of the above, for its lifestyle, quality of life, safety, size, and climate, the Valencian Region is an exceptional place to live and invest at a reasonable cost.