Valencia, a little further away!


The locals are proud of their popular lifestyle! And they are right: there is no mass tourism, but in Valencia you will find the real Spain.

This city is a must to visit one day from Benidorm. You’ll find beautiful beaches, many bell towers that adorn the city, nice restaurants, a wide range of museums and art galleries.

In Valencia there is plenty to do, but do nothing in a rush. If you walk through the streets of Valencia, you discover that behind every wall and behind every stone is a rich history.

The real must-sees of Valencia are:

  • Catedral de Valencia; a magnificent Gothic cathedral. With three unique art movements and entrances you can enter this 13th-century cathedral. The 51 meter high climbing then offers stunning views of the city, the countryside and the sea.
  • The Serranos and Quart; this Gothic architecture was used for three centuries to imprison the nobility. The towers are the remains of the thick walls.This tower served as a prison for women in the past. Today it houses the Museum Locksmith here.
  • Lonja de la Seda; without a doubt the most unique building in Valencia. Lonja had become the largest market in Europe, mainly for the silk trade. Discover the treasures that preserves this beautiful cathedral. Meanwhile, this building is placed on the UNESCO World Heritage List.
  • Plaza de la Virgen; a beautiful square with the finest buildings in Valencia (including the Cathedral of Valencia), but also the Palau de la Generalitat. Here still resides the management of Valencia.
  • Barrio del Carmen; the entertainment center of Valencia is at the heart of the old town. Pick up a café and order the typical ‘Agua de Valencia’; a drink of cava, fresh orange juice, Cointreau and sugar. 
  • Plaza Redonda; a colourful Sunday market with all kinds of stuff; souvenirs, toys for animals, but also regional products handmade. On the lovely square are numerous boutiques. Just for this remarkable market square is a visit waard.In the various Valencia you’ll not only find historical sites, but also spectacular modern attractions such as the Ciudad de las Artes y Ciencias. This complex of modern architecture designed by Santiago Calatrava. Santiago Calatrava was born in Valencia, but now he has several large and worldwide known projects to his name.

Please also visit:
Alicante, Benissa, Moraira, Elche,
Javea, Denia and Torrevieja.




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