The Valencian Community, the ideal holiday destination!
Like its famous neighbour Catalonia, the Valencian Community is a slice of Spanish paradise but is less sought-after than the Costa Brava. And yet it can be as equally proud of its attractions, which are as pleasing as they are plentiful: there are the characteristic, authentic seaside villages, plus miles of sandy beaches, nature parks, an outstanding coastline and, of course, delicious gourmet cuisine. From Castellón de la Plana to Alicante passing by Valencia, your tour of the Valencian Community starts here!
For somewhere to soak up the easy-going Spanish lifestyle, the obvious choice is a 4 or 5 star campsite! Water park with heated swimming pool, children’s clubs, all-comfort accommodation and a wide range of activities for all, families, couples as well as groups of friends will find everything they need for an amazing camping experience as they make memories to last a lifetime.
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Visit the Valencian Community with the family
Gather all your clan, pull on your walking shoes and set off for a day in the Albufera Natural Park, a site of spectacular beauty. There, you can observe a vast range of bird species, admire the fields of rice, the flagship ingredient in the region’s emblematic dishes, or you can take to one of its hiking trails. Make the most of the natural surroundings with your family, marvelling at the views across the region and stretching as far as the sea: sheer bliss!
The holidays are also an opportunity to delve deeper into Spanish culture and history. And in the Valencian Community, children and adults alike can satisfy their thirst for knowledge! In Castellón, both the Museum of Fine Arts and the Valltorta Museum, dedicated to rock art, are worth a visit. In buzzing Valencia, the City of Arts and Sciences is a complex of architectural masterpieces housing museums, gardens, show venues and the largest aquarium in Europe – a must-see!
Visit the Valencian Community as a couple
When you want to alternate between cultural discoveries and outdoor activities, nothing can beat a highly enjoyable bathing session on one of the Costa Blanca’s many beaches. Whether you want to take it easy, swim to your heart’s content, or stroll hand-in-hand with your significant other, the sandy beaches and secluded coves lapped by the Mediterranean Sea will tick all the boxes.
If there is one thing that everyone raves about in Spain, it’s the country’s gastronomy! Renowned to be indulgent, bursting with colour and packed with flavour, it is a real treat for every loved-up food-lover’s tastebuds! From the celebrated paella, invented in Valencia, to arroz a banda, a speciality made from rice and fish stock, to the sweet or salty cocas, there’s no end to the delicious delights!
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To escape the summer heat, how about the magical setting of Pou Clar? There you’ll find 6 natural crystal-clear pools formed by the waters of the Clariano River. Simply stunning!
Any keen astronomers among you? The best place for some stargazing is Aras de los Olmos, where the skies are free from any light pollution. Parents and children will all head home with stars in their eyes!
Fancy some delicious fresh fish by the sea? Head for Calpe, an hour and a half’s drive from the campsite and whose gastronomic reputation is second to none!
Get ready – a UNIQUE experience awaits you at the Coves de Sant Josep caves in the province of Castellón de la Plana: a boat trip... below the Earth’s surface, on Europe’s longest navigable underground river! But perhaps steer clear if you’re claustrophobic!