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Valencia Holidays

If you’re looking for a combination of a sunny Spanish city escape and a beachy break, Valencia is the destination for you. Where chic bars and restaurants sit alongside historic architecture and the seafront is only a short hop away – Valencia is perfect for couples, friends and even families who are seeking a warm destination with tons to see and do.


Get the best of both worlds in Valencia, as the city’s coastal location means it also offers some stunning beaches. Playa de la Malvarrosa is one of the most popular beaches in the city, with soft golden sands and a backdrop of palm trees. Just south of the city centre lies Playa de Pinedo, the place to go if you’re looking for a little less tourism and a little more chill. City Breaks are tonnes better when you can cool off with a refreshing ocean dip in just a few minutes walk from the bustling city streets.

Food & Drink

Valencia is home to one of the world’s favourite Spanish dishes – paella. Paella valenciana is the perfect combination of meat, rice, spices and vegetables, cooked up into the unbeatable hearty dish we all know and love. Seafood lovers will be in heaven with the range of local dishes cooked with fresh ingredients from the sea. Fideua is a delightful mix of noodles, squid, shrimp and monkfish to name a few and is a taste sensation you won’t want to miss out on. If you want to try something new, all i pebre is an eel stew with a very tasty sauce. When in the local bars, try a glass of agua di Valencia the region’s famous cocktail that is refreshing and sweet.


Historic buildings, monuments and art are a big part of Valencian culture and are easily found by just wandering the city streets. If you’re lucky enough to visit the city when one of the famous fiestas are on, you can see the true Valencian culture through the traditional costumes and music. If you want to catch the biggest fiesta of the year, Las Fallas festival takes place from the 15th to the 19th March each year.


Whether your idea of a great night out is a few drinks at a cool bar, a delicious meal or a night on the tiles, Valencia’s old town (Barrio del Carmen) ticks all of the boxes for a fantastic evening out. If you prefer a more elegant approach to your nights out, the marina offers stylish clubs and bars serving cocktails and hosting live DJ sets.

Important Information

Flight Time: 2hr 40mTime Difference: +1hrCurrency: EuroOfficial Language: Spanish

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Weather in Valencia

























If you love the Spanish summer heat, visit Valencia between July and August when you’ll be greeted with average temperatures of 24°C and 25°C. June and September are slightly cooler but still a lovely warm temperature of 22°C, but if you prefer it just below the 20’s, May and October both offer an average temperature of 18°C. November to April see colder temperatures, but it’s never too chilly as the averages vary from 9°C to 14°C.

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