Understated and elegant, buzzing with life but somehow preserving a laid-back way of life, Valencia is a city for connoisseurs.
Welcome to Valencia
Valencia allows other Spanish hotspots to take centre stage. It seems to know that it has a perfect blend of ingredients that combine to make it one of the most appealing, yet understated of Spanish cities. A little like the paella for which the city is famous.
Set on the gorgeous Med coast and surrounded by rich farmlands and orange groves, Valencia is a must-visit for anyone travelling along the coast. Discover the vibrancy of a world city with a colourful history to match, and enjoy the laid back vibe of a sunny beach resort. If your timing is good you’ll be able to experience one of the exuberant festivals which define this city then retreat to a peaceful campsite to relax to the sound of the waves beside the warm waters of the Mediterranean.
Campsites in Valencia
Come for amazing campsites, with excellent facilities and extremely enticing offers designed for your long stay.
City of Valencia
While Barcelona and Madrid flaunt themselves on the global stage, Valencia takes a relaxed stance and allows its long history, unique culture and sensational cuisine to speak for itself.
Castellon is something of a well-kept secret. It’s a region of wide sandy beaches, rugged interior, nature reserves, medieval hill towns and bustling seaside villages that lies just to the north of Valencia.
Alicante has a long and illustrious history since being established by the Romans who called it Lucentum, the City of Light.
Delicious dishes, tried and tested over centuries, modern twists and fusions that excite the palate and celebrate the best of local ingredients.
There is so much here, and so much that seems to have been overlooked by countless tourists stampeding for the headline costas.
Side step the all-night party zones and discover a vibrant city complete with a prominent castle and attractive waterfront.