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Do you want to enjoy the beautiful Valecia with a bed & breakfast offer? Then you are in the right place, you can see a big list of b&b on the website of Nature house.

Valencia is a city in Spain, the capital of the Autonomous Community of Valencia and the Province of Valencia. It is the third most populous city in Spain (after Madrid and Barcelona) with 792,303 inhabitants (2013). It is located at the confluence of the Turia River and the Mediterranean Sea. In the past, the city was called "Medina At Turab", which literally means "City of Sands".


Geographically, Valencia is located in the Mediterranean bioclimatic zone, characterized by a large amount of moisture, which has a beneficial effect on the diversity of vegetation. The province of Valencia is one of the greenest in Spain because kilometers of forests grow there, providing a unique microclimate for this part of the Iberian Peninsula. However, there are also drier places where woody vegetation has virtually disappeared or is on the verge of extinction.

In order to reduce the negative effects of human interference in the life of nature, many municipal parks with a predominance of nitrophilous plants are being created in Valencia, i.e. those that prefer soils rich in nitrogen compounds. Only the territories of the national reserves and wetlands under the protection of various organizations (Albufera swamps, Raphael, and Vistabella) and the riverbeds remain intact. The Mediterranean forests in the province of Valencia amaze with the diversity and similarity of the flora to the usual Middle Strip forests: you can find oak, linden, and tamarisk, as well as some shrubs such as juniper, oak, myrtle, thyme, rosemary, savory and palm, which grow mainly in the undergrowth or near water bodies.

In the coastal forests, for example, near the canal of the river Turia, you can often find willow, alder, poplar, ash, and elm, and among the bushes, the most characteristic is the oleander with its charming aroma. Around wetlands and canals grow some species of marsh plants that take root directly in fresh water or coastal aluminum, such as reeds. The dunes that line the sea beaches along much of the coast of Valencia are home to rare plant species, some of which grow exclusively on moving dunes, such as reeds and bells. Plants such as buckthorn or mastic are characteristic of static dunes. On the slopes of the dunes, you can find low-growing plants - salt grass or salicornia, known for their ability to accumulate moisture in the leaves.


The Valencia region is known for its incredible diversity of fauna, most of which is located in the Albufera Nature Reserve, where the La Granja de El Saler Bird and Wildlife Rehabilitation Center is located. Among the fish that live in Valencia, the most widespread are Aphanius iberus and samaruc, other species that are extremely common here are eel, mullet, and sea bass.

The Valencian fauna is rich in a huge variety of birds, some of which are found only in this part of Spain. In the Albufera Nature Reserve, you can see the blue duck, as well as several species of common ducks. In addition, the presence of rare species of herons should be noted: herons, bull herons, crab herons, and even king herons are found there. During your visit to Albufera, you will encounter terns, stilts, marble plates, and various species of seagulls. Among the mammals that live in Valencia, the most typical are various species of rodents such as brown rats, water rats, field mice, and Moorish mice, as well as some species of shrews, foxes, and bats(cave bat and tail bat). Also in Valencia, you can often see various amphibians, such as frogs (gray toad, jungle frog, flower frog, and toad), newts, and common green frogs. In addition, reptiles such as lizards, snakes, geckos, and turtles are widespread.


Even if you are not a beach lover, the sights of Valencia are definitely worth a visit. Almost every tourist who has visited Valencia at least once, remembers well its museums and exhibition centers, unique architectural landmarks, spectacular bullfighting with the participation of the best matadors in Spain, as well as ultra-modern discos and nightclubs in the city. Every year, from 14 to 19 March, the main holiday of the Valencian community is celebrated - Phalas timed to coincide with St. Joseph's Day (March 19). Nowadays, Valencia hosts many public events: parades, fireworks, bullfights, various competitions. The most exotic is the competition of huge papier-mâché figures, symbolizing various human sins and vices; such figures rise at city crossroads; on the last night of the celebration, they are traditionally burned.

Bullfighting (los toros) is a real hallmark of Spain, so when you are in Valencia, be sure to visit this unique sight. Contrary to popular belief, bullfights in Valencia are not held every day as performances in drama theaters. Bullfighting is an exceptional event that usually coincides with a national or local holiday, such as Valencia Community Day (October 9), Las Fallas (March 19), or the July Fair. The traditional bullfighting venue in Valencia is the Bullring, a stunning architectural masterpiece located in the heart of the city, next to the Gare du Nord. Built in imitation of the famous Roman Colosseum, the Valencian bullfight is admirable. Its delicate arches and exquisite architectural style make the arena one of Valencia's main attractions. The Oceanographic Park in Valencia is the largest aquarium in Europe with more than 45,000 examples of 500 different marine species - amongst which can be found sharks, Beluga whales, walruses, sea lions, penguins, and manta rays - inhabit nine underwater towers that, structured in two levels, represent the most emblematic ecosystems of the planet.

The oceanographic park, created as a great leisure, training, and research centre, is structured into ten great areas. The marine areas reflect the Mediterranean habitats, the polar oceans - the Arctic and the Antarctic, the islands, the tropical seas, the temperate seas, and the Red Sea. Moreover, the park also has a spectacular dolphinarium, an auditorium - within which one can find the Red Sea aquarium - with an area for the mangrove swamps and another for the marshlands, and different garden areas, with more than 80 different plant species. And of course, it also offers many different services such as shops and restaurants, amongst which should be highlighted the underwater restaurant where clients can have dinner surrounded by an immense aquarium.

Climate in Valencia

Valencia's climate is typical of the subtropical Mediterranean. You can enjoy spending time here at any time of the year, but summer and the first half of autumn are more suitable for a beach holiday. In summer the air temperature in Valencia rarely falls below +22 ° C and

almost never rises above +30 ° C, in summer there is almost no rain, the clear cloudless sky is the best possible way for a day beach siesta and a romantic nightlife on the beach. Winter holidays in Valencia are also popular. During the winter temperatures in Valencia are quite suitable for outdoor activities; the thermometer rarely falls below +10 ° C. Winters are quite dry, with most of the precipitation usually falling in autumn and spring. Enjoy your stay with the b&b offers on the website of Nature house in Valencia!

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