Valencia Spain - Visiting & Living

Valencia, Terra i Mar offers visitors an extensive range of tourist attractions, ensuring that everyone will enjoy their stay in the region:

Long beaches of golden sand on the coast.
Inland mountain ranges.
Indoor and outdoor sports facilities; golf courses and sailing lessons.
Culture and entertainment.
Popular fiestas such as Las Fallas and little-known pilgrimages to holy shrines.
Tourist attractions for everyone, exquisite cuisine.
Good business, interesting congresses and conventions.

What to do in Valencia province

-Stroll through the old city centre of Valencia, visiting the Lonja, the Central Market, the Cathedral, the Palau de La Generalitat, the Palace of the Marquis of Dos Aguas, the Serranos and the Quart towers. The IVAM (Centre Julio Gonzalez and Center del Carme) is nearby, contrasting with the oLd by offering a Large collection of modern and contemporary art.

-Visit the City of the Arts and Sciences, designed by Santiago Calatrava, and now considered as one of the major Leisure complexes in Europe.

-In the evening, go for a boat ride on the Albufera. See all the beauty of a sunset over the Lake.

-Order a genuine Valencian paella, a dish of all i pebre (eels in garlic and pepper sauce) in El Palmar, or a freshly made horchato (tiger nut milk) in Alboraya.

-Travel up to the hinterlands of Valencia and visit the Rincon de Ademuz, the Valley of Ayora and the Requena-Uttel district. The cuisine, Landscape, fiestas, popular architecture and historical sites will surprise you.

-Enjoy nature at its best in the Alto Turia district. You can visit the animal reserve of La Serratilla in the mountains near Benageber, climb the Remedio peak in Chelva, or hike through the ravines formed by the river Turia.

-Play a game of golf in any of the five courses Located in the province of Valencia. Enjoy your favorite sport in an exceptional climate.

-Sunbathe on the beaches of Gandia, Oliva, Sueca, Tavernes de Valldigna, Miramar, Piles and Xeraco. Further inland in the La Safor district, there is a spectacular mountainous Landscape just a few kilometers from the sea.

-Go to a magnificent concert in Lliria, a town which is famous for its music activities. It has two orchestras and hosts many international symphony orchestras throughout the year.

-Rest and reLax by 'taking the medicinal waters' and bathing at the Cofrentes or Chulilla health spas.

-Make sure you make time to take in a classical play at the Roman Theatre of Sagunto.

-Climb up to the castle of Xativa, commanding a kingly view of this historic city, and discover the manorial homes and palaces inthe city centre.

-Comb the narrow streets of Bocairent, then visit the ancient moorish caves cut into a nearby cliff.

-Spend some time at the Estany Lake in Cullera and try an arròs negre (rice in squid ink) at midday.