Valencia is a charming old city on the Mediterranean Sea. Known as being the birthplace of the traditional Spanish dish paella, and famous for it's Fallas Festival which is held in March.
Points of Interest
Soak up the local culture whilst you stroll the winding streets that offer an abundance of restaurants, bars and cafes.
Home to the ninots (a figurine of a falla) from the Fallas Festival that are saved from fire and placed into this museum.
Albufera is the largest freshwater lagoon in Spain, is one of the most important nature areas in the Land of Valencia.
Visitors can discover the history of the world famous porcelain figurines from the artisans themselves.
Requena has been declared Property of Cultural Interests, the town was formerly a Moorish fortress.
Designed by Felix Candela The Oceanografic is the largest aquarium in Europe containing representatives of the world's main marine ecosystem.
Situated high in the plateau of Requena this winery boasts 12 hectares of vineyard and produces Merlot, Cabernet Franc, Temprarillo and Albarino wines.
This beach boasts 2.6km of golden sand and blue warm water, this is beaching at its best.