Valencia is a charming blend of the modern and very old, the exciting and the relaxing; the remarkable architecture adds character and maintains the old town charm.
Valencia has 100 km of coastline and fantastically kept beaches, the three main beaches are Las Arenas, Malvarrosa and El Cabañal, they are easily reached from the city centre, and all have great facilities including water sports making it the perfect destination to combine a city break with a relaxing beach getaway.
Valencia is the home of Paella. The Valencian Paella typically consists of meat rather then seafood, however, all varieties can be found in the city. Aside from paella, the city has various restaurants catering for every single taste, but as expected seafood in the city is particularly special.
The majority of travellers holiday in the Valencia region between May and September. At this time of year, days are warm and sunny, and rainfall is fairly rare, with a mild winter climate and the huge variety of things to do make Valencia the perfect destination all year round.