Valencia was founded over 2,000 years ago by the Romans on the banks of the Turia river. Over time this arrangement became more problematic and destructive, so the river was rerouted along a safer pathway to the sea and the old riverbed was turned into a nine-kilometre long public space devoted to leisure and cultural activities.
Things to do there include running, bicycling or strolling through the Turia Gardens. Go to the spectacular City of Arts and Sciences or see a similar design at the Calatrava Bridge. There is also the Flower Bridge, the Cabecera Park with a swan and duck lake. Then check out the Museum of Fine Arts or wander round the Gothic Temple for a sense of Old Valencia. How about cooling down near the fountains at the Palau de la Musica? Or you could try the jungle gym.
Sit under a vine-draped bower, or take loved ones around the park in a pedal-powered carriage. You could actually spend days exploring this park. Then why not explore the nearby Oceanografic?
Detached villa in it's own fully enclosed private grounds set in a peaceful, rural location. Situated just in front of La Rodanna Natural Park and surrounded by beautiful countryside making it ideal for walking and cycling. Gates at the front of the house lead yo …see more
L'Eliana is one of the best and most welcoming cities of Valencia where you can find lots of restaurants, bars, nightlife, parks lake, shops and supermarkets. Some restaurants make paella to carry so you can enjoy the best food in your own villa. Also the golf cour …see more