Spain’s third-largest city has a unique mix of modern and classic art, urban beaches and Iberian-influenced cuisine. a bafflingly futuristic arts complex and even its own Holy Grail. Valencia is a city that straddles the past and future quite well creating a charm completely not found anywhere else in Spain. The coastal city’s splendid setting – amid rugged mountains and glorious orange groves is blessed with fresh produce and seafood all year round. Surrounded by its “huerta”, a fertile zone of market gardens. Valencia is famous as the home of rice dishes such as paella, but its buzzy dining scene offers plenty more choices; it’s a superb spot for eating when we will bring you in this trip.
From Valencia we will stay in Elche with its World Heritage Site of Palm Grove, the bigger and better preserve garden of palm trees in Europe and you will feel like you are in a Bible garden, exploring the mountains cities of Bocairent and Xativa and the amazing crystal water hot springs in the province and charming coastal villages of Altea, Villajollosa and Xabea breathtaking beaches in the Mediterranean Sea.