Holidays to Valencia City
Spain’s third-largest city, Valencia is thriving port city that brings together old world Spain with striking modern architecture thanks to a boom in modern development. A city-break in its own right with museums, art galleries and fine dining it also adds beaches and stunning natural parks worthy of any beach resort along the coast, making a holiday here part beach-break and part city exploring.
Just 15 minutes is all it takes to go from city to sand with 4 Blue Flag beaches less than a mile from busy Valencia.
EL Cabanyal beach
Step out of the city centre and you’re on this quiet sandy beach, home to breathtaking gardens at Paseo Marítimo.
Valencia's cathedral is in the historic Carmen neighbourhood and was built over a mosque after the reconquest in 1238.
The Holy Grail
The Gothic Capilla del Santo Caliz in Valencia's cathedral houses what is claimed to be the Holy Grail.
Enjoy adrenaline rides like The Black Hole as well as wave pools and lazy rivers at the region's biggest water park.
The busy modernist market in Valencia city has 959 different stalls spread across 2 floors.
It all starts with rice
Have it in paella, baked, with seafood or even eat it black. Valencia is not short of ways to cook rice!
Valencia’s shoreline and beachside district, El Saler are popular places to eat and have plenty of restaurants to try.
Keep it smart
Popular with locals, the bars around Plaza Cánovas prefer Latino music over dance and attract a smartly-dressed crowd.
In summer, head to the promenades at Las Arenas and Malvarrosa for outdoor bars and clubs.
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