Popular Lettings in Valencia
Highlights in Valencia
- Excellent cuisine
- Fantastic beaches
- Cultural sights and landmarks
- Great shopping sites
- Fantastic holiday by the sea
Most popular in Valencia
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Holiday rentals and lettings in Valencia
Would you like to book a holiday rental in Valencia to spend a few days enjoying all the cultural, natural and gastronomic charms of the east coast? On Holidu you can choose from hundreds of rentals in the centre of town perfectly decorated and decorated with exquisite taste. Most of them are located in the centre of the city but still close to the main monumental attractions that every traveller should visit. But you will also find many other properties located in the Malvarrosa area, next to the sea, both on the beachfront and a few meters from it. Ruzafa is a modern borough with several historical buildings and a vibrant nightlife scene. Youngsters and party souls will love being close to the centre while having a great time.Valencia: the perfect getaway
Valencia has everything a traveller expects from the Spanish east coast: sun, architectural wealth, good cuisine and a natural beauty landscape. For these reasons, it is on most holidaymakers lists who decide to go on a trip to Valencia to stroll along the streets and visit its beaches. Tradition and avant-garde meet in this destination. That being the case, it is not surprising that Valencia boasts great Michelin Star restaurants. If you are a foodie, do not miss the opportunity to visit them and enjoy a great tasting menu. Restaurante Riff and Ricard Camarena will surprise you with an explosion of flavours that will raise your tastebuds.
Holidays in Valencia
The area and getting around
Located on Spain’s southeastern coast, Valencia is one of the jewels of tourism. One of the strengths of Valencia is that it is close to another renowned destination such as Mallorca, which means it usually goes unnoticed by many people. This makes it a destination without crowds despite having nothing to envy to the Balearic Islands or any other Spanish paradisiacal destinations. Sea, mountains, an orchard rich in quality native products that are exported abroad, cultural routes of historical value and avant-garde architecture that has occupied covers in the most prestigious magazines around the world.Sunbathe by the beach
This port city is in a privileged location bathed by the Mediterranean waters and kissed by the sun. Also known for the popular City of Arts and Sciences, Valencia offers long stretches of sand near Albufera Park, a natural reserve, a fantastic lake and hiking trails to enjoy nature at its best. In addition, Valencia has very good communications with other surrounding towns, such as Játiva, Gandía or Alzira, which you can visit during your stay. All this awaits you if you decide to book your next rental in Valencia.
Travellers and activities
In addition to good beaches, Valencia offers a wide range of cultural visits to the main landmarks and monuments. If you want to know more about the city's past, do not miss a visit to the Cathedral, the Miguelete, the Lonja, the Exchange House, the Silk Market, the churches of San Juan del Hospital and Santo Domingo, and the Museums of Fine Arts and Ceramics. The futuristic City of Arts and Sciences is one of the main attractions of the city that includes an oceanarium, an interactive museum and a planetarium. So, if you are passionate about history, in Valencia you will find many interesting spots for you to learn about it.Valencia for beach lovers
The Coast of Valencia’s coastline offers magnificent beaches and many of them are within the capital itself. Almost 14 miles of sand, among which you will find six beaches awarded with the Blue Flag for the quality of its waters and its services. Perfect for those families travelling with children. To the north of the port you will find the beaches of Malvarrosa and El Cabanyal-Arenas, and south of the port those of Pinedo, L'Arbre del Gos, El Saler, Garrofera, La Devesa and Recati-Perellonet. The latter are quieter as they sit inside the Albufera Natural Park, where you can enjoy a unique and natural environment.
Have you ever wondered where the name Valencia comes from? It comes from “Valentia” and it means valour, bravery, strength.
Top 5 travel tips in Valencia
What is the best kept jewel in the city? On the banks of the old channel of the Turia, stands the magnificent cathedral, one of the most beautiful in Spain, surrounded by buildings of unique beauty. Admire its Gothic architecture and walk through the tiled square Plaza de la Virgen and wander around the streets and take in the essence of Valencia.2. Feel the silky touch
Visit one of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites of Valencia - the medieval silk market known as La Lonja de la Seda. When silk trade was booming they built this iconic building, now a major attraction. Go to the decorated rooms including the hall and admire the columns that represent palm trees reaching for heaven.3. Shopping time at the Central Market
Find the best quality products from the area including veggies, fruits, meat and fish. Delicious bites from the market to your plate. The market is a big trip to the 1920s. Have the most incredible food experience and wander around the stalls. Experience a day into local life and get a quick glimpse of the busy activity of the sellers, piling and selling their cheese, jamón and shellfish to their customers. Get in line and wait your turn!4. Get into the future
If architecture is your passion or if you just want to discover what it is like to be inside a futuristic building, head to the City of Arts and Sciences. Designed by Santiago Calatrava, this unique complex of futuristic buildings is a must-see. Experience the most exciting interactive rooms and exhibits, enjoy the gardens surrounding it and prepare your camera to take the best shot from every angle!5. Guess where the narrowest building is!
Most cities claim to have a building that is the narrowest in their country or the area. Valencians claim to have the narrowest building, not just in Spain but in the world. When you see it, you will notice the facade is just a tiny bit wider than the main door. Nowadays, the top floors have been adapted to make comfortable for living in and the main entrance is the way into a tapas restaurant named La Estrecha, meaning “The narrow one”.