Need inspiration? More plans in the Region of Valencia.

If you want to discover the wonders of the Region of Valencia, here you will find plenty of ideas to help you plan your next trip out. Hope you enjoy it!

  • Playa Horadada
    Sea, mountains, and sun — a privileged environment on the shores of the Mediterranean sea for the enjoyment of the traveller and the tourist. To the south of the province of Alicante, already almost in the border with Murcia, is Pilar de la Horadada – a town belonging to the Vega Baja region that boasts more than 4 kilometres of beaches.
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  • Puesta de sol en la Malvarrosa
    Malvarrosa Beach is the most famous urban beach in Valéncia, where during the summer, thousands of tourists can enjoy its fine sand and pleasant weather. It should not only be appreciated in the summer but during the winter it is one of the pilgrimage places for Valéncians who take advantage of the excellent weather to unwind and relax by the sea. Here you will find some recreational activities on this beautiful beach beyond the summer season.
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  • Reyes Magos en Alicante
    As a territory open to the Mediterranean sea, the Region of Valéncia will receive the arrival of the Three Wise Men from the East by sea. The ports of the three provincial capitals (Valéncia, Alicante, and Castellón) will be adorned on the afternoon of the 5th of January, 2019, in the pre-departure of the great cavalcade, to welcome their Majesties, full of gifts for the little ones.
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  • Belén tradicional de Xixona
    At Christmas, the streets and houses are dressed in lights and flowers, and in the Region of Valéncia, we go beyond adding a Valencian flavour to our Christmas recipes and celebrating these festivities with unique events.
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  • Ferias para niños en la Comunitat Valenciana
    Christmas is coming and, with it, activities for families spread. These holidays, we suggest three fairs that you cannot miss, where children will enjoy as well as parents and grandparents.
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  • Sala de exposiciones en el IVAM
    The Valencian Institute of Modern Art, better known by its acronym IVAM, is an institution created by the Generalitat Valenciana at the end of 1986, whose primary purpose is to disseminate and promote modern art in the city of Valéncia.
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  • Desfile grande de Carnaval
    In the Region of Valéncia, some festivals are known worldwide such as the Tomatina de Buñol or the Moors and Christians of Alcoy. Many famous festivities entertain Valéncians, such as the carnival. They are celebrated throughout the community, but only some of them have become a benchmark of this festivity you cannot miss.
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  • Bombas Gens
    December is synonymous with Christmas, and with the arrival of the last month of the year, school children enjoy more than two weeks of holidays. An excellent option to have fun, apart from seeing Santa Claus and the Three Wise Men, is to visit a museum and soak up the culture. The Region of Valéncia is no stranger to leisure activities for adults and children. For this reason, it puts at their disposal a series of recently opened museums where everyone will enjoy and expand their history and art knowledge.
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  • La Fonteta
    Throughout history, the town of Guardamar del Segura has been a critical location. Now settled in an area close to the coast, their houses have anti-seismic architectural features after the earthquake that, in 1829, devastated the old population centre located inside the enclosure of the walled city and around the castle.
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  • Cala Sardinera
    Xàbia is a town located in the region of the Marina Alta, known for its fabulous coastline, full of coves at the foot of cliffs and capes. Located between Cabo de San Antonio to the north and Cabo de la Nao to the south, Xàbia can be enjoyed both in summer and in winter. If you like calm coves and hiking, here you can do both at the same time on your way to Cala Sardinera, taking the Cap Prim or Martí route.
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