Things to do in Valencia
Under an hour from Valencia, fun and lively Gandia can boast of having some of the best beaches in the whole autonomous region.
This impressive science and leisure centre offers you the chance to travel through the world’s different marine ecosystems from the comfort of Valencia.
In the shadow of its castle, the streets of Xàtiva are suffused with the town’s cultural heritage and cooled by its many fountains.
There are some incredible restaurants in Valencia. The only problem you’ll have is deciding what kind of cuisine you fancy, and when the perfect moment is to enjoy it.
The beginning of Valencia’s Falles festivity celebrations is marked by the mascletà, the order for which is given by the Queen of the Falles from the City Hall balcony; the celebration ends with the cremà on 19 March.
The orange trees give way to vines upon arriving in Requena, a town situated between Cuenca and Valencia, which is home to a great network of caves beneath its soil.
The surroundings of L’Albufera, declared a Natural Park in 1986, hide an adventurer’s paradise, with hiking trails, boat trips and numerous bird watching spots.
The complex, famous for its excellent acoustics, has become one of the city’s cultural hubs.
To relax and unwind after a day spent sightseeing or on the beach, there’s nothing better than making an appointment at a spa. These are some of the best ones in Valencia.
Valencia’s Central Market is one of the most beautiful markets in Spain and its stunning architecture is only matched by the quality of its products.