We propose some cultural visits or excursions in very special corners around Camping Valencia and Valencia.

With its prime location on Spain’s Mediterranean coast, Valencia is a highly desirable destination these days. It is modern yet historically rich, calming yet amazingly lively, a multifaceted city that captivates its many visitors. For sun seekers, adrenalin junkies or the more leisurely inclined, this is the place to be! Discover Valencia and its region on your next 3 star camping holiday in Valencia.

Must-sees in Valencia

While the holidays are all about relaxing, they’re also an opportunity to get out and about and make new discoveries. And there’s no shortage of things to do on a trip to Valencia in Spain. Here’s just a glimpse of the activities and attractions that await you during your holiday on the Mediterranean coast:

• Amazing excursions: treat yourself to a guided tour to learn all about the city’s remarkable history. From the historic El Carmen district, Valencia’s old town, the vast Turia Gardens or the Museum of Fine Arts, you’ll certainly broaden your horizons! Next, to discover Valencia from the coast, how about a boat trip? Picture yourself there – basking in the beauty of the coast, the dazzling blues of the Mediterranean and the sun’s warm glow.

• Culture and history everywhere you look: the city, which was once under Muslim rule, has a long and vibrant history. This rich past is embodied in Valencia Cathedral, a magnificent blend of architectural styles. Another must-see landmark is the Lonja de la Seda, the city’s former silk exchange, built in pure Gothic style. If you have a passion for culture, head for the Museum of Arts and Sciences, an ultra-modern complex packed with sights and attractions, including the Oceanogràfic, Europe’s largest aquarium. Finally, immerse yourself further in the city and soak up the atmosphere of Valencia at the Mercado Central, a sprawling covered market, then the emblematic Plaza de la Virgen square.

• Natural wonders: we highly recommend a visit to the Valencia Bioparc, a wildlife park that recreates the natural habitat of the species that live there. Valencia lies within a gorgeous natural environment offering a welcome change of pace and a chance to unwind. This is thanks in no small part to its many parks (Turia Gardens, the Benlliure Museum Gardens, Hesperides Park), and the sublime Albufera Natural Park with a vast freshwater lagoon, located on the outskirts of Valencia.

And, of course, we mustn’t ignore all the activities that make Spain so alluring: flamenco shows, tapas evenings and tucking into the famous Valencia paella.

Where are the most beautiful beaches in Valencia?

On the beach, are you the type that loves to lie back, chill and listen to the waves, or do you jump from one activity to the next? Here are our top 4 beaches in Valencia, where you’ll be able to find all your favourite activities:

• Puçol beach: with its lively promenade, this beach offers an idyllic setting for basking in the sun, strolling along the shore or enjoying watersports.
• La Malvarrosa beach: accessible from almost anywhere in the city because it is so long; the most famous beach in Valencia.
• Pinedo beach: the only beach in the south of the city that will welcome your four-legged friends. Like your Sandaya campsite, which accepts dogs!
• The beaches in Albufera Park: the Albufera Natural Park includes a number of beaches and sand dunes where you can relax and observe the park’s flora and fauna.

Accommodation: Which campsite should you choose in Valencia?

Come and soak up the sun, chill out and enjoy a range of activities at our 3 star campsite near Valencia, in Puçol. It sits just a stone’s throw from the Mediterranean Sea! Here’s a quick preview of what you can expect, with a host of facilities including waterslides, restaurants, children’s playgrounds, supermarkets and sports activities.

• Activities and swimming: which will tempt you first? The swimming pool or the waterslides? Perhaps a relaxing massage session? Or, while your youngsters are having fun at the kids’ and teens’ clubs, some sport on our tennis courts, football pitch, or basketball court…
• Services: barbecue area, grocery shop, launderette, mini-market, bars and restaurants, camping van service point… Perhaps not be the first thing you think of when planning a holiday, but essential all the same!
Accommodation: what kind of accommodation will you opt for? One of our mobile homes which can sleep from 4 to 6 people, or one of our pitches for tents or camper vans, measuring at least 80 m²?