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Located right on the coast of Spain's famous Valencia region, Miramar is a popular resort known for its sandy beaches and lively nightlife. There are plenty of places to stay in Miramar, and you'll find some of the best Miramar hotels with Hotels.com's exclusive service. Each of the hotels you'll find on the Hotels.com site comes with a seal of approval from former guests giving real, honest reviews, plus multiple photos to give you an accurate idea of what to expect from your room. Finally, Hotels.com offers detailed area maps, so you can start planning your trip to sandy Miramar long before you flight departs, to help you get the most out of your room and your stay.

What's Miramar Like?

Miramar hotels are largely located close to Miramar's beach - a blue flag beach, it is known for it's well maintained cleanliness and the quality of the water and opportunities for swimming and bathing. Alongside the beach is Miramar's lively boardwalk, lined with bars, restaurants and other night spots - check out local restaurants specialising in Spanish seafood delicacies and traditional tapas. While places to stay in Miramar are plentiful and good value, the centre of Valencia is only a short train or cab ride away. There you'll find well known cultural attractions for art lovers such as Palaudes les Arts Reina Sofia, Institut Valencia d'Art Modern and the City of Arts and Sciences. Ideal for family holidays in Spain, animal and nature lovers of all ages will enjoy L'Oceanografic and Valencia Bioparc. Beautiful architecture is to be found at Valencia Cathedral and Mercado Central.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Miramar

Quiet Miramar is popular with tourists owing to it's beautiful beach and well populated boarldwark area, as well as the many lovely Miramar hotels; nonetheless it is still a residential town with lots of friendly Spanish locals. To blend in it is best to cover up while off of the beach to avoid offending residents, who also know that is it best to cover up and seek shade during the heat of the midday sun. Spanish residents often observe an afternoon Siesta, so don't expect many amenities to be open in the late afternoon - instead, join in the custom and spend this time enjoying a rest in your hotel room or perhaps on the beach. Later in the evening you can join the locals for an alfresco meal of tapas, maybe even finished off with a delicious Valencia orange, the fruit the region is known for. Visit Hotels.com today to find your ideal accommodation in Miramar.