Valencia is a fantastic city in Spain and is geographically situated in the centre of the Spanish Mediterranean coastline. It over looks the spacious gulf of Valencia and even though on the coast, Valencia is still set in the most scenic mountains. Valencia is very close to the Balearic Islands which can be seen from the coastline. If that's not enough for you Madrid and Barcelona are the main cities rather close by.
It is a paradise of blue skies, superb beaches, and sun that shines nearly every day of the year. Amidst the rocky, sun baked landscape are fertile river valleys and lush groves of oranges, lemons, olives and almonds, and vineyards producing sweet muscatel grapes.
As authentic as this sounds if you are seeking a bit of fun then there are most certainly many fantastic water sports all to suit you style. If you don't feel like sitting on a jet ski then that is absolutely fine and instead you can sit back and relax in the sun with out been disturbed just don't fall asleep.
Like all Spanish cities there is always good food like the exceedingly famous Tapas and the most delicious Paella there is arguably everything to suit your style. Not only to you have the Spanish food and culture to enjoy but you can also sit back and relax with the even more delicious Mediterranean food which you surely must appreciate. Most restaurants and Café's also have a range of wines including Italian and French and if that is certainly not enough for you or you are simply travelling with kids then on every menu there is usually either a kids menu or snacks such as burgers and chips and again some of the best pizza's.
The hotel that I would recommend is Apsis Events hotel where you can stay up for a week from under $200 per person and it has been rated as a 4* superior. To view this hotel and more Click Here!