Valencia in green: The beauty of the ‘Huerta’ (fertile plain surroundings)

A walk through magnificent urban garden of Valencia that includes the cultural landscape that has remained unchanged for milennials: plots of tiger-nut

Wine Cellar Tour Utiel-Requena area

At just 70 kilometers west from Valencia, Utiel-Requena is in a privileged enclave for wine growing, due to its special earth and its both Mediterranean and inner-lands climate. The local cuisine matches perfectly with the Utiel-Requena wines. […]

Hiking the Nature Parks in the surroundings of Valencia

The Valencian community has more than twenty protected natural spaces with a great variety and diversity of landscape. The Nature Park most closely identified with Valencia is "La Albufera", a few kilometers from the city. […]

Xativa, a castle on the mountains

Xativa's city spreads to the feet of a castle founded by the Iberians and was a place of notable Arabic presence whose culture introduced irrigation, paper mills, the courtly love and the study of the Koran. The Castle, which dominates an impressive panorama […]

Gandía: historical-cultural heritage

Gandía's beach is a tourist important destination at 70 km from Valencia,in the south. In the historical downtown we can stand out an order of importance: the ducal palace or palace of the Borgias with its great inner court or “patio”, the Golden Gallery and the Hall of Crowns. [...]

Valencia Extra Panoramic: Sightseeing Tour With Bus and by Feet

Itineris proposes the funniest and effortless visit it with a Tour that includes a bus panorama across the interesting leisure port and the beautiful Malvarosa beach, drives along the City of Arts and Sciences, the smart Gran Via and the modernist “Mercado de Colón”, the spacious City Hall Square down to the Central Market.

Sagunto: history and tales under the stones

Barely at twenty kilometres of Valencia, this fortress occupies a walled enclosure that spreads over the hill from east to west, with an extension of almost one kilometer, at 172 meters on the level of the sea. Its history dates back to the 5th cent. B.C.[...]