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!

  • Paella con pelotas
    Paella is not a rigid dish but offers multiple interpretations, such as paella with meatballs. Learn to cook it with us.
    0
  • Huerta valenciana
    The Valencian orchard is one of the hallmarks of the Region of Valéncia. Not only geographically, territorially, and historically, but also concerning the excellent foods that it has provided us for millennia. Local fertile crops are transformed into high-quality products, with tiger nut as the most outstanding food.
    0
  • Embutidos en la Comunitat Valenciana
    In the Region of Valéncia not so long ago, animal slaughtering was one of the ways to supply a family with meat, constituting an essential resource for the home. Today it still takes place in many inland areas of the region becoming a traditional feast and a starting point for the preparation of different dishes.
    0
  • Alicante Gastronómica
    One of the most important events for the year 2019 that will take place in the city of Alicante is its designation as Gastronomic Capital of the Mediterranean 2019 and permanent headquarters of the Academy of Gastronomy of the Mediterranean next to the one in the Lebanese city of Beirut that will represent the Oriental Mediterranean.
    0
  • Palacio Ducal de Gandia
    During the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries, the Spanish Golden Age gave universal literature, geniuses of letters such as Miguel de Cervantes or Francisco de Quevedo. Before that time, the Region of Valéncia lived a moment of splendour alike, with great writing personalities such as Ausiàs March, Joanot Martorell, or Joan Roís de Corella. Now we travel to the places of our territory that marked his creative spirit.
    0
  • La playa y el castillo
    Peñíscola is one of the most beautiful cities in the Region of Valéncia, visited every year by thousands of visitors in search of its many tourist attractions. But not many people know that Peñíscola was one of the three only papal seats in history at Papa Luna's time.
    0
  • Castillo Santa Bárbara 1
    It is the emblem of the city of Alicante par excellence. An elevated fortress 200 meters from the coast with a certain historical value from where to enjoy exceptional panoramic views. On December 4th, 1247, on the saint's name day, the troops of the Infante Alfonso de Castilla took the old Muslim stronghold, erected on top of Mount Benacantil, giving its name to the Santa Bárbara castle.
    0
  • Eventos culturales en València
    In Valéncia, you will find a wide range of activities and cultural events. Museums, galleries, theatres, parks, auditoriums and monuments are the most common places where Valencian art is shown.
    0
  • Escultura en la playa
    The beach of Malvarrosa is one of the best known and visited in the city of Valéncia. An urban beach, with a lot of history, located just north of the city's port, which served as an inspiration to great artists such as Vicente Blasco Ibáñez and Joaquín Sorolla, and in recent years has been the setting for several films.
    0
  • Barranco de la Valltorta
    The first artistic manifestation of humanity has one of its best exponents in Levantine lands. In particular, the province of Castellón houses a set of caves and walls with cave paintings that go back a whopping 7,000 years before Christ. Places as fascinating as the Valltorta are part of the so-called Levantine Rock Art catalogued as nothing less than World Heritage by UNESCO.
    0

Rate and share