Things to see in the Valencia and surronding area
Sagunto, from the vantage point of its castle, has witnessed over two thousand years of history, and boasts 12 kilometres of golden sandy beaches.
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.
In the shadow of its castle, the streets of Xàtiva are suffused with the town’s cultural heritage and cooled by its many fountains.
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.
From Peníscola to Altea, and from Dénia to Santa Pola, the Valencia Autonomous Region is an ideal destination to enjoy the sun and the beach.
The Chulilla Suspension Bridges Route leads into the impressive Túria river gorges, a wild, vertiginous landscape that captivates and surprises visitors.
Discover what to do in Valencia with children. From learning about the traditions of the Falles to playing with the latest scientific advances at the Science Museum, Valencia has endless activities for children.
A few miles away from Valencia you’ll discover inland and coastal villages, magnificent beaches and captivating hiking trails.