The province of Valencia is located in the centre of the Mediterranean coast. Overlooking the Gulf of Valencia, surrounded by rugged mountains and rolling plains, Valencia is full of natural beauty. Valence retains its individuality about the old tram lines. Most of the buildings in Valencia have been tall since the city was taken over from the Moors in 1238 by Jaime. The imposing cathedral is designed in a Gothic style. Accommodation in Valencia is easy to find. At every corner and every corner, you will find lodges, apartments and hotels for a comfortable stay in Valencia. The city of Valencia is full of tourist attractions. Museums, public parks, beaches, restaurants, shopping malls are all great places to spend time with family and friends.
Jardines de Los Reales Viveros (Royal Nursery Gardens) is the most remarkable park in the city. Not only does the park have a great history, but it is also immense in size, attractions, fountains and sculptures. The botanical gardens are one of the oldest that exist and have been reassigned to their current location: Huerto de Tramoyeres in 1802. And since the repositioning, the parks have had around 3000 different flora and a range of plants that can withstand extreme climates. The gardens of Monforte are 19th-century gardens with an assortment of many marble sculptures, garden sheds, fountains and swimming pools. The park has a beautiful landscape that will relieve your senses.
The beaches of Valence are numerous. With admirable white sandy beaches and pristine blue waters, Valence beach is an ideal place for beach lovers. Besides practising water sports like surfing, swimming, canoeing and kayaking, you can also have fun on the beaches. If you are looking for some privacy, Devesa Beach is ideal for you. With isolation and excellent services, this beach is located in the middle of the natural park of La Albufera. Levante / Malvarrosa Beach is a first-class beach north of the port of Valencia. This beach offers excellent water sports facilities and equipment. Pineda Beach is located south of Valencia and also offers all the necessary facilities for the disabled.
Valencia is extremely rich in art and exhibitions. And that is why you will find here many interesting museums. Exhibitions vary in everything from science to art. The diocesan museum of the cathedral shows two extraordinary canvases from 1799 by Francisco de Goya representing Saint Francis of Borja leaving his family and taking care of a dying person. Other paintings in the museum include those of Vicente Masip, Rodrigo de Osona, Juan de Juanes and Yáñez de la Almedina.