Valle de Ayora, also known as Ayora Valley, is a region located in the province of Valencia in eastern Spain. It is situated in the inland area of the Valencian Community and covers an area of approximately 607 square kilometers.
The valley is known for its rugged and mountainous terrain, with peaks reaching up to 1,000 meters in elevation. The climate in the area is Mediterranean, with hot summers and mild winters.
Tourism is also becoming an increasingly important industry in the region, as visitors are drawn to the area's natural beauty and historic attractions, such as the castle of Ayora and the Cave Paintings of the Mediterranean Basin on the Iberian Peninsula, which have been designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
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