Jávea offers 25 km of coast where you can snorkel or scuba dive and discover its plethora of marine flora and fauna, as well as its beautiful bays.
Valencia's Oceanographic, the largest aquarium in Europe, reopens its doors after its remodelling to welcome new species and habitats.
For so long now we have associated travel with sea, sun, sightseeing, pampering and generally making a nuisance of ourselves that it’s hardly a wonder that tourists are not the most beloved of people around the world. Instead of the conventional seaside hotel, country getaway or city tour we sought to find modern-day travel inspiration along a different route – one that approached the tourist experience from a novel perspective.
In first line to the Las Arenas beach in Valencia, used to exist one of Valencia’s most emblematic places to summer. The swimming pool of Las Arenas was an excursion place for many families who would spend all day there swimming and eating. The Las Arenas swimming pool, which closed its doors at the beginning of the eighties, used to be situated, where today rises one of Valencia’s grand luxury hotels, the hotel Las Arenas. Regardless, it stayed in the memories of many different generations of Valencians, who once enjoyed one of the most popular recreational spaces of Valencia.
From 24th to 28th April, Valencias marina will once again roll out the red carpet to host the latest edition of the Valencia Boat Show, a boat exhibition that aims to surpass last year’s numbers, both in terms of visitors, as well as exhibitors. These aspirations would see more than 50,000 attendees visit the iconic Veles e Vents building.
Nestled in the heart of El Barrio del Carmen, the old town centre of Valencia, stands a beautiful gothic building which was once the residence of the Marquis de Malferit and is one of the best preserved buildings on the Calle Caballeros in Valencia. Towards the end of the 19th century, a series of renovations was carried out, radically transforming the interior as well as the façade to resemble the architectural style of the Italian Renaissance.
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