Valencia Holidays

Embrace the unique charm and cultural richness of Valencia, a vibrant Spanish city that combines the allure of historical significance, modern dynamism, and the soothing serenity of the Mediterranean coast. Cutting-edge architecture provides a stunning contrast to romantic Gothic structures, giving the city a distinctive character, and that's just for starters.

Whether it's the refreshing allure of idyllic beaches, gastronomic pleasures unveiled through fresh paellas and horchatas, a lively artistic scene, classical squares or the colourful spectacle of traditional Valencian festivals, Valencia assures an unforgettable holiday experience. There's a whole world waiting to be discovered in Valencia.

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Things to See and Do

Immerse yourself in Valencia's charm. Valencia is overflowing with inspiring sights and activities. From captivating historical structures to modern architectural feats, every visit to Valencia promises mind-boggling adventure and discovery. Here are some exciting attractions to consider.

Valencia Cathedral

Gaze at the Architectural Wonders of Valencia Cathedral. The iconic Valencia Cathedral is an architectural masterpiece, featuring Romanesque, Baroque, and Gothic influences. Standing on an ancient temple turned Visigothic Cathedral turned mosque, the cathedral presents breathtaking highlights, including the Santo Caliz Chapel and a painting by Goya.

Platja de la Malva-rosa

Explore the Bustling Platja de la Malva-rosa. Platja de la Malva-rosa is Valencia’s golden beachside gem. Offering ample facilities and opportunities for water sports, the beach offers a refreshing escape from the city's bustle. Don't forget to visit the 'Healthy Park' for some fun-filled physical activities!

Plaça de la Verge

Discover the Past at Plaça de la Verge. The classic square of Plaça de la Verge allows you to travel back in time. With the Apostles' doors leading into the cathedral and the Turia fountain taking centre stage, the square is a delight for history and architecture lovers alike.

Valencia’s Historic Port

Stroll along Valencia’s Historic Port. The port of Valencia is among the busiest in Europe. A walk along the port offers a stunning view of the Mediterranean while infusing the sense of vigour that comes from being at a facilitator of robust global trade.

Falles Festival

Take in the Colourful Falles Festival. Experience the unique exhilaration of Valencian tradition during the Fallas. This UNESCO-listed intangible cultural heritage showcases extraordinary displays of artistry with large sculptures crafted painstakingly over the year, only to be burnt in a spectacular fire show!

Food and Drink

Tantalise your palate with Valencia's culinary delights! Valencian cuisine offers a delightful symphony of flavours rooted in tradition and enhanced by modern culinary techniques. Here are some gastronomic experiences you can't afford to miss!

Savour Authentic Paella Valenciana

When in Valencia, setting your taste buds on an authentic Paella Valenciana is a must. Sample this delectable dish at traditional restaurants across the city, where the symphony of saffron-infused rice, local meats, and vegetables comes together in a sensory celebration.

Get Refreshed with Agua de Valencia

For a refreshing citrus burst, sip on Agua de Valencia. A cocktail made of cava, orange juice, vodka, and gin, it captures the zesty spirit of the city. Try it at local bars and cafes in the vibrant district of El Carmen.

Experience a Turron Treat

Treat your sweet tooth in Jijona, just a short drive from Valencia, where you'll find Turron. This nougat-like delicacy made from almonds and honey is a traditional Christmas treat but is enjoyed all year round.

Relish a Fartón with Your Horchata

Get a taste of tradition by trying horchata, a sweet refreshing drink made from tiger nuts, and pair it with a fartón, a soft, elongated bun perfect for dipping. The Horchateria de Santa Catalina in the old town is a recommended spot for this experience.

Sample Valencian Wine

Enjoy an evening in Valencia with a glass of local wine. The Valencian region is known for producing a variety of exquisite wines, including the refreshing white, Merseguera. Visit a local wine bar or join a wine tasting tour to discover more.

Destination Essentials

When it comes to deciding the best time to experience Valencia, the city's pleasant Mediterranean climate makes it a year-round destination. Whether you’re craving sun-soaked summers at the beach or relaxed winters exploring the city's rich cultural heritage, Valencia has something to offer in every season.

For traditional sun seekers, the months from June to August offer the highest temperatures, perfect for lounging on the golden sands or cooling off in the azure waters. Temperatures peak in July, making it the hottest month in Valencia. For a quieter and cooler visit, consider the shoulder months of April to June or September to October, when there's still plenty of sunshine, but fewer crowds. Sea temperatures remain pleasantly warm for beach activities from June to October, offering an extended season for water sports enthusiasts.


Experience the tranquillity of Valencia's beautiful coastlines. From bustling city beaches teeming with activities to serene shores offering peaceful retreats, Valencia provides a delightful spectrum of beach experiences.

Bask at Malvarrosa Beach

Malvarrosa is Valencia's signature beach, offering a long stretch of golden sand hugged by the calming waters of the Mediterranean. Ample beach facilities and nearby eateries ensure a day of non-stop fun.

Visit the Vibrant El Cabanyal

El Cabanyal, also known as Las Arenas, is a dynamic spot nestled within Valencia’s old fishermen's quarter. The wide beach, coupled with numerous leisure facilities and eateries, promises a spirited beach day!

Soak up Peace at Playa del Saler

For a quiet escape, head towards Playa del Saler. Bordered by pine forests and dunes, the beach presents a serene setting for relaxation. Easy access from the city makes it a perfect day trip destination!

Experience Bustling Cabanyal

Located in the old fishermen's quarter, Cabanyal (Las Arenas) beach boasts excellent facilities. With a variety of eateries and an array of accommodations just a stone's throw away, it's a versatile pick for a beach day in Valencia.

Relax at Playa de Patacona

If a quieter beach retreat is what you're looking for, a trip to Playa de Patacona is a great choice. With clear waters and fine sand, it's an excellent spot to soak in the Mediterranean sun.

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