Sailing Valencia Region
Valencia, Spain’s third biggest
The mix of old and new, from Gothic monuments to art deco architecture, will surely satisfy your sightseeing appetite. Speaking of appetite, Valencia is the birthplace of one of the three main types of Spanish Paella – Valencian Paella, and it would be a shame not to try it at least once. All the city beaches offer an array of facilities and restaurants to choose from.
Charter your sailing yacht, catamaran or motorboat with SailingEurope and set sails towards lively Valencia, which offers miles of gorgeous beaches and striking architecture, where you can enjoy the nightlife to the full.
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If you find yourself in Valencia in March, be sure to check out the internationally famous Fallas festival, Valencia’s unofficial welcome of the spring. In a program full of impressive sound and light show, there are many concerts at night taking place in the Viveros Gardens. Or, Marina de Denia can be your starting point if you decide to sail to the Balearic Islands, Ibiza being the closest.