The influence of the Mediterranean has never been so close
The beaches of the Valencian coast have white sand, crystal-clear waters and an enviable temperature and, especially, promenades full of beach bars to enjoy the best paella in the country.
A cultural richness that is worth remembering
Cultural and leisure tourism is on the increase in this city, since its schedule always features endless high-quality options aimed at entertainment. Accommodation and hotels in Valencia are much in demand at different times of the year due to this amount of cultural events. see hotels
The Valencian folklore you must enjoy
The fallas of Valencia, part of UNESCO's intangible cultural heritage, perfectly shows the way of life of the Valencian people, since this celebration, its colour and its passion takes over the streets of the city.
The most traditional beaches in the country
Not only the Malvarrosa beach, symbol of the capital of the Comunidad Valenciana, but also the surrounding towns like Oliva, Canet or Gandía hide landscapes which are typical of this part of Spain.
An internationally recognised cuisine
Valencia is well-known, among many other things, for being the cradle of the paella, probably the most typical dish in this country. But there are other specialities which are worth remembering such as the All i Pebre (garlic and eels), clóchinas or tellinas.
Valencia, connected to the world
Without any doubt, Valencia is one of the cities with the best connections with the rest of the world, whether by car, train, plane or boat. Its harbour gets thousands of visitors every year from the best cruises in the world, and the arrival of the AVE to the city makes it possible to travel to Madrid in less than 2 hours.