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Betera Tourist Information

Bétera is a municipality in the comarca of Camp de Túria in the Valencian Community, Spain.

With 19,491 inhabitants, it is the second most populous town in the Camp de Túria shire (INE 2007), in the second zone of the Valencia metropolitan area

Bétera is situated on the southern slopes of the Sierra Calderona, 15 km from Valencia and 23 km from the Mediterranean Sea on the border with the Valencian “market garden”, L’Horta]]. It has a slightly undulating surface, reaching the 156 meters at its highest point.

Its geographical location between the sea and mountains provides a microclimate, which is the mildest of the region, where the prevailing winds are the Levante and Poniente. The rains occur mainly in autumn and spring.

As it is in the metropolitan area of Valencia, there are several road links, such as the Burjasot-Torres Torres road, the Bétera-Olocau road, the San Antonio de Benagéber road which links to the motorway Valencia Turia-Ademuz (CV-35) and the Mediterranean motorway (A-7), as well as others leading to the parishes and neighbourhoods of the city and surrounding towns.

Along the CV 35 you can travel by car to Valencia, Valencia airport, Lliria, L’Eliana and Domeno.

Public transport is accessible via one of the northern terminal stations of Metro Line 1 of Valencia. This railway line (which, though given the title “Metro”, is more a commuter rail) is heir to the former Valencia Trenet, ranging from Bétera to the Pont de Fusta station in Valencia. The Sanatori Psiquiàtric stop also serves the town.

Bordering Towns

Pobla de Vallbona
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