Eating out in Valencia
Paella, a dish that draws on products from the land and sea, has transcended the sphere of food and drink to become an emblem of Valencia and of Spain itself.
Peníscola is one of the most visited places in the Valencia Autonomous Region, above all for its lovely beaches and fascinating history.
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.
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 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.
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.
La comida típica de Valencia va más allá de la paella y ofrece muchos y deliciosos platos con la huerta y el mar como protagonistas.
In Valencia, land of flowers, light and love, it’s easy to enjoy yourself with friends thanks to the city’s restaurants and pubs, its bike lanes, its concerts, and its beautiful natural surroundings.
The Mercat Colón is a wonderful example of how a building from the past can be transformed into a new meeting point and space for avant-garde cuisine.