Top Valencia Hotels

Senator Parque Central Hotel
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Senator Parque Central Hotel

Valencia, Valencia

from £221pp
Sensity Vent De Mar
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Sensity Vent De Mar

Puerto De Sagunto, Valencia

from £123pp
RH Bayren Parc
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RH Bayren Parc

Gandia, Valencia

from £191pp
Apartments Gandia Playa 3000
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Apartments Gandia Playa 3000

Gandia, Valencia

from £103pp
Jardines de Gandia VI 3000 Apartments
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Jardines de Gandia VI 3000 Apartments

Gandia, Valencia

from £112pp
Hostal Teide
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Hostal Teide

Puerto De Sagunto, Valencia

from £111pp

Introducing holidays to Valencia

Holidays to Valencia exude vibrancy and character, preserved tradition and great food in the blazing sunshine, a dream for holidaymakers looking to escape the busy areas and retreat to a serene sunny spot. From the medieval architecture to the beautiful beaches, Valencia holidays are as varied as they are idyllic. Bask in the sun in the many parks, people-watch in the central plaza or gorge on some delicious food in the many fantastic restaurants. Families will love sightseeing here, while couples can relax and soak up the romance as surrounding cities such as Benidorm and Alicante attract most of the tourists.

Life’s a Beach

The coast on Valencia holidays is lined with amazing beaches welcoming those in search of solitude away from the inner city and nearby tourist areas such as Madrid. Experience a true sense of solitude, as bars and cafes are sparse, leaving you to enjoy the natural surroundings inclusive of golden sand and glistening seas. If you’ve forgotten your picnic, fear not, as the restaurants in Valencia serve some of Spain’s best cuisine, leaving food-lovers spoilt for choice when deciding what to indulge in.

Top Attractions

The striking architecture in Valencia City adds character to the region and maintains old town charm. Gothic and renaissance structures sit alongside art nouveau buildings creating a striking and monumental landscape. Valencia is one of the few places in the world that claims to host the Holy Grail, the cup Jesus drank from at the last supper. Such claims are overshadowed by the cathedral containing the cup, as the intricate design sits majestically in the city.

Warm winter evenings mean holidays in Valencia can be taken advantage of throughout the year. If you’re visiting in March be prepared for things to get a little hotter than usual, as Las Fallas takes place this time of year. For five days, residents pay homage to St. Joseph the saint of carpenters by burning enormous figurines. The celebration is accompanied by street food and parades, with locals dressing up for the occasion and really getting into the spirit of things.