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  • Xeraco

    The agricultural predominance of the town, with the orange moving the local economy from yesteryear, should not make you forget that Xeraco has an attractive ...
  • Natural Science Museum (Valencia)

    All you want to know about Valencia’s natural and scientific heritage. An educational centre where you can find everything from Ramón and Cajal microscopes to ...
  • Sueca

    Sueca emerges among the floodplains where the precious rice is sown: a traditional crop of the area that is the basis of local cuisine and ...
  • L’ Estany (Cullera)

    The coast of Cullera known for its famous mountain – visible from a distance emulating other more famous – also hides small coastal enclaves where ...
  • Rice museum (Cullera)

    Located in small eighteenth century chapel overlooking rice fields, the aim of this museum is to raise awareness of the origin and traditional methods used ...
  • Museum-house Concha Piquer (Valencia)

    Concha Piquer was a worldwide famous Valencian copla artist. The museum exhibits documentation, personal objects, souvenirs and a wide collection of dresses that the artist ...
  • Puçol

    The municipality of Puçol is located, almost like no other, halfway between two antagonistic zones that blend here perfectly. The mountain, to the west, caressing ...
  • Piles

    Among a sea of orange trees emerges this small town of the Safor dedicated to agriculture that, in its coastal strip, still presumes quiet summers ...
  • Prince Philip Science Museum – CAC (Valencia)

    The museum, dedicated to exploring science, technology and the environment in a fun entertaining way, is in Valencia’s City of Arts and Sciences . Apart ...
  • Bellreguard

    Far from urban agglomerations, this town of the Safor is located between its beach and its urban center, with its main artery that nourishes it, ...
  • Playas de Gandia – Xeraco – Tavernes de la Valldigna

    Long stretches of fine sand and all possible services is what the always friendly town of Gandia and the nearby towns of Xeraco and Tavernes ...
  • Massamagrell

    Its small coastal front is located in the proximity of areas in the process of restoration, as well as the beach itself. Its coastal sector ...
  • Oliva

    The town of Oliva, its old town and its beach have attracted visitors from all corners of Spain and abroad from ancient times. The recipe ...
  • Canet d’En Berenguer

    This small town, embraced and wrapped in a geographical sense by Sagunto, emerged as a small farmhouse and, in its maritime façade, houses a beach ...
  • Meliana

    Its seafront is composed of a sandy and gravel beach, more than a kilometer in length. It is open, protected by a zone of dunes ...
  • Almoina Museum (Valencia)

    The museum houses one of the best archaeological sites in Europe with monumental buildings dating from the time the city was founded to the present ...
  • La Pobla de Farnals

    The Pobla de Farnals is drawn by its coastal core identifiable by the numerous apartments and the building in height, but also, chalets and bungalows ...
  • El Dossel (Cullera)

    The dunes of the Dossel are a redoubt where nature has still won the game of urban development in an always unequal battle whose winner ...
  • El Puig

    The urban area of El Puig is close to the city of Valencia and some distance from the beach (about four kilometers in a straight ...
  • Alboraya

    Alboraya is synonymous with millenary orchard, domain of crops, but also, care and love put at the service of crops: up to four a year, ...
  • Tavernes de la Valldigna

    The foothills of the Serra de la Murta, a small vegetable oasis that rises on the plain where the rice fields dominate, leave a perfect ...
  • Cullera

    Cullera and its beaches have been since ancient times the pretty girl for the people of the nearby city of Valencia and bordering towns. The ...
  • Gandia

    Long and well-kept beaches, a capricious river -the Serpis and its mouth-, steep mountains very close to the coast, like the Monduver, with more than ...
  • Corinto Beach (Canet d’En Berenguer)

    The population of Canet d’En Berenguer is the geographical landmark for access to these charming beaches. Located to the north of the mouth of the ...
  • Valor chocolate museum (Villajoyosa)

    Visit this museum inside the Valor chocolate factory in Villajoyosa. Find out how its made and visit one of the best collections of chocolate-making machinery ...
  • Crypt of San Vicente (Valencia)

    This is 6th-century Visigoth building in very good condition; a funeral chapel to house the mortal remains of a bishop, is one of the cities ...
  • Guardamar de la Safor

    Surrounded by other small towns of the Safor as Daimus, Piles or Bellreguard, the population of Guardamar de la Safor is, if possible, more modest ...
  • Museum-house Blasco Ibáñez (Valencia)

    The reconstructed villa of the famous Valencian writer, Blasco Ibáñez, houses a museum with his memories, personal objects and literary works. Timetable Tuesday to Saturday: ...
  • Miramar

    The charm of these Valencian towns lies in their quiet and familiar environment, surrounded by crops that condition the daily life of their people and ...
  • Valencia

    Supported by a rich history that gives it its current character, the city of Valencia looks without complexes to the future, searching and earning a ...
  • Puppet Museum (Albaida)

    Dedicated to the study and diffusion of puppetry; see puppets from all times, techniques and continents, enjoy a guided tour or take part in a ...
  • Railway Museum (Almoines)

    This museum is located at former Alcoy-Gandía train station. Visitors will not only learn about local railway history but also be able to see photographs, ...
  • El Saler (Valencia)

    El Saler beaches, close to Valencia, are part of a unique Natural park. Its spectacular surrounding areas are mainly rice fields, all part of Valencia’s ...
  • Pirate Dragut cave museum (Cullera)

    This peculiar museum shows how 16th century pirates lived in Mediterranean waters. Contemplate old nautical instruments, artillery pieces, historical maps, period costumes and coins. Inside ...
  • Daimús

    Without the fuss of other coastal towns, but with all the Mediterranean character of its people and the hospitality and openness of the same. This ...
  • Sagunto

    The city of Sagunto is the clearest example of openness to the Mediterranean in every way. Its castle, on a walled hill that rises to ...
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