Cities and towns in Valencia


  • Playa de Gandia
    Enveloped in a mountainous belt with the Mediterranean at its feet, Gandia transports travellers to past epochs with its majestic architectural setting. The traces of distant cultures have left a rich cultural and historical inheritance that is...
  • Sagunto
    Sagunto relates, through its noble stones, the history of the majestic and decisive cultures in the history of the Iberian Peninsula. A walk through the cultural and historical part of the town, filled with vestiges from past centuries, provides a...
  • Img 1: Paterna
    On the left-hand bank of the Turia, now embraced by the metropolitan area of Valencia, Paterna has maintained and combined its customs with the constant changes that modern life imposes. Covered, largely, by agricultural land, the town enjoys the...
  • Img 1: Alzira
    Alzira is the capital of the Ribera Alta del Xúquer district and covers an area of 111.40 km². Located a mere 36 kilometres south of Valencia and just a few kilometres from the coast, Alzira enjoys a typically Mediterranean climate with pleasant...
  • Ontinyent_Img1
    An urban nucleus that reminisces of other times, an exceptional natural environment and a warm welcome are some of guarantees that Ontinyent offers to everyone that decides to visit the municipality. It is possible to enjoy a historical centre that...
  • Img 1: Manises
    On the right hand bank of the river Turia, on a small hill, extends Manises, cradle to the production of artistic ceramics. Patience and imagination are two of the virtues that can be contemplated in each and every one of the laborious pieces the...
  • Img 1: Xàtiva
    Strategically placed on the gentle slope of the Sierra del Castillo, surrounded by natural elements that furnish the landscape with an indescribable beauty. The Vía Augusta, once passed close to the municipality, and reveals the important position...

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