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About Valencia

The region of Valencia is located on the east of Spain and is well known for it's ceramics, fans and wicker-work. The Valencian coast consists of many beautiful resorts with golden beaches and towns full of history. Inland, the soil is fertile and the region has adopted the nickname 'the bread-basket of Spain'. Valencia is a region rich in history and its popular coastal resorts make an excellent holiday destination. Valencia is well connected by the N340 to Barcelona and Alicante, the NIII to Castille La Mancha and Madrid and the A7 motorway which links Valencia to the European network. Valencia enjoys a typical Mediterranean climate with hot summers and mild winters.

This city is one of the biggest and liveliest in Spain. During the summer-months it is very popular with tourists, and if you want to spend holidays at the beach, with fantastic possibilities for any kind of sports golf, diving, cycling, tennis, these are all very popular here, If you are also looking for a colourful nightlife then Valencia is the place for you. Important trade fairs confirm Valencia's position as one of the most dynamic cities in Spain. Valencia is of course the city where "El Cid", Spain's national hero, fought against the Moors, and popular festivals in the city and many villages around still celebrate this. Delightful towns and pueblos surround Valencia. These are a must for a day trip in the car.

make your way to the historical centre of Valencia, this area was once surrounded like an island by the tributaries of the River Turia. This is now illustrated by the fountain in the square which consists of a central figure representing the river, surrounded by seven maidens, representing the tributaries. Today the square is a popular resting place and is constantly full of life. It is the site of the city market that has thousands of stalls. A golden opportunity to enjoy the ambiance and Spanish culture as well as choosing local crafts as a lasting memory of your visit to this amazing city.

Dates for Your Diary

Fiestas and street festivals are held on Saints Days throughout the year.

12-19 March - Fallas de Valencia - fiesta centering around the burning of effigies of winter demons - bullfights and fireworks.

Last Wednesday of August - La Tomatina (Battle of the Tomatoes). Tons of fruit thrown between warring towns and villages - followed by music and dancing

Must See in Valencia

The Museo de Bellas Artes - An excellent gallery devoted to modern art, houses a fine permanent collection and regular well staged exhibitions.

Bancaixa Gallery to enjoy another large permanent collection of fine art.

The Plaza de la Virgen - the historical centre of Valencia