Where to eat
La Más Bonita Patacona – For the perfect Sunday morning brunch visit the Mediterranean style-space inspired by the traditional Formentera beach houses. Have your brunch whilst enjoying the view from the terrace overlooking the sea.
Casa Montaña – If you want to experience the traditional Spanish atmosphere, Casa Montaña is the place to be. They offer a wide selection of wines and classic Spanish tapas.
What to visit
Valencia’s Central Market – Valencia’s central market is full of locals and it’s the place to go to for the area’s freshest and finest foods. It’s also the perfect location to observe the modernist style and architecture of the building.
The Beaches Of Valencia – Get away from the crowds of people and take a day trip to the beaches of Valencia. The most popular beach, La Malvarossa, is the ultimate hideout spot where you can sit down and relax.
What to do
The city of arts and sciences should be on your bucket list if you are a fan of ultra-modern art and architecture.If you prefer to visit the historic sites, visit the Plaza de la Virgen and the cathedral quarter located right at the heart of the city. You will be amused and fascinated by the architecture and historical treasures.
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