Apartments in Valencia

Make the most of your trip by booking one of our wonderful apartments in Valencia! You will get space and privacy and maybe even extras such as a private balcony or terrace. Of course, the apartments are ideal for families and groups, but they are also a great option for anyone hoping to save money by self-cooking. You can pick up ingredients at local shops and markets and prepare your own delicious meals. Our apartments enjoy excellent locations throughout the city, including near the great beaches, near the Oceanographic and in the maze of narrow streets in the charming historic heart of Valencia.

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Apartments in Valencia

Make the most of your trip by booking one of our wonderful apartments in Valencia! You will get space and privacy and maybe even extras such as a private balcony or terrace. Of course, the apartments are ideal for families and groups, but they are also a great option for anyone hoping to save money by self-cooking. You can pick up ingredients at local shops and markets and prepare your own delicious meals. Our apartments enjoy excellent locations throughout the city, including near the great beaches, near the Oceanographic and in the maze of narrow streets in the charming historic heart of Valencia.

Turian gardens

In the center of Valencia is one of the largest urban parks in all of Europe, which stretches for almost nine kilometers all the way to the City of Arts and Sciences, which is practically on the coast. A huge green space was established on the site of the old riverbed of the Turia River after the decision was made to relocate the river due to severe flooding in 1957. The city sank under water, and all necessary measures were taken to avoid a possible repetition of the disaster. After the plan was approved and all the necessary work was carried out, a park appeared on the site of the former river in 1986. There are many plants and trees that represent the local garden, giving its guests harmony and aesthetic pleasure. You will have the opportunity to walk under all 18 bridges that connect the banks of the former river, by the way, some of them date back to the 15th-16th centuries.

The vegetation of the park is well thought out and divided into several parts. In addition, the park has quite a decent infrastructure: numerous fountains, hiking trails, bike paths, recreation and sports areas and, of course, the Gulliver Children's Park. In the latter, you can see the statue of Gulliver. Near the City of Arts and Sciences, this large themed playground boasts mini golf, a skate park, two giant chess boards, a bar and a climbing wall. There is something to entertain your children!

There are many stalls in the park selling soft drinks, coffee, ice cream, snacks and local specialties. Why not have a picnic in the shade of the trees between your visits to museums? It is worth noting that throughout the year in the Turia Park in Valencia, a lot of popular events take place, in particular Pont des Fleurs and Alameda: an excellent wine fair, gorgeous fireworks, concerts, outdoor film screenings ... You can always check all the information through the official calendar of events on the tourist office website.

Thematic tours for children

Give yourself and your children the opportunity to plunge into the world of Valencia history by taking thematic tours. Depending on the activity you choose, little ones can, for example, become a princess or a knight for the day thanks to incredible costumes. On a visit to El Puig, they will follow in the footsteps of King Jaime I and learn the history of the Santa Maria monastery.

The agency that organizes these original tours is Turiart. You will need to book your seats by phone or by sending an email. Turiart also offers pirate adventures at Malvarrosa Beach and many other themed tours for children in Valencia.

Beaches near the city center

Yes, Valencia certainly boasts a chic location right on the coast, offering the opportunity to combine the city center and its bustling life with an enjoyable family beach holiday. The nearest beaches that can be reached on foot, by bike, by tram or by bus from the city center are La Malvarrosa and Las Arenas. These are the most popular beaches for both locals and tourists. The beaches are long, the sands are soft and golden, and the waters are calm. What else do you need for a good holiday?

A wide variety of restaurants await you along the palm-lined promenade. Both beaches are equipped with playgrounds for children, sports fields for team sports such as volleyball, showers and public toilets. You can also practice water sports - it is possible to rent equipment on site.

Boat trips in Albufera Natural Park

Albufera Natural Park, just 10km from the center of Valencia, is one of the largest wetlands in the Iberian Peninsula. Rich flora and fauna, including a huge number of birds of more than 350 species. For some it is a natural habitat, while for others it is a stopover along the way while migrating south. In addition to the possible hiking trails and proximity to the beautiful long sandy beach of El Saler, you also have the option of boating on the lake and watching the sunset - a magical experience for both children and adults.

As you can see, Valencia is full of surprises for the whole family. One of the most popular resorts in Spain, which is gaining momentum every year, thanks to its diversity and uniqueness. Since Valencia is located between two other popular cities in Spain, Alicante and Barcelona, ​​you will have a difficult choice of accommodation, but it is definitely quite rich. This region keeps many more secrets and surprises for you, do not waste time!

Climate in Valencia

Let's take a look at the climate of the Spanish resort of Valencia. After Barcelona and Madrid, it is the third largest. Located on the golden coast of the Mediterranean Sea, where the almost drained river Turia flows. It is located in the Huerto Valley, in the southeastern part. In this part of Spain, only 450mm of rain falls annually. On average, the thermometer in Valencia shows about 17°C per year, with mild winters and mild summers; rarely the air temperature may fall below 10°C; intermittent rain falls mainly in early spring and autumn.