Holiday homes on the Costa de Valencia offer many possibilities. The landscape of the Costa de Valencia is characterized in the north by a combination of countryside and vast sandy soils with huge flat complexes, and in the south by a succession of dunes, pine forests and beaches. Lovers of this coast come mainly for the cultural wealth that this part of the Spanish coast has at its disposal. The clean beaches, spas and natural parks ensure the Costa de Valencia offers something for everyone. Choose from the Belvilla holiday homes on the Costa de Valencia if you like a holiday full of variety!
The seaside resorts of Puig, Cullera, Diamus and Sueca have first-class beaches, and offer various water sports and facilities. If you prefer peace and quiet during your holiday on the Costa de Valencia, you can go to the seaside resort of Tavernes de la Valldigna for a relaxing beach holiday. Thus, there's something for everyone. Your holiday home in Costa de Valencia is the starting point for a wonderful beach holiday. The third largest city in Spain, Valencia, is surrounded by endless orange plantations and situated on the Gulf of Valencia. This provincial capital is also called cuidad de la marcha (nightlife city). In addition to the Gothic cathedral, museums and the cosy harbour, Valencia is also known for its vibrant nightlife, and offers cosy discotheques, bars, cafes, cinemas and cosy squares. A bit south of the city, you will find the Aquasol water park. From your holiday home on the Costa de Valencia you can enjoy a pleasant city break in the cosy atmosphere of the city of Valencia.
During your holiday on the Costa de Valencia, try the Spanish cuisine. The most typical dish of this region is the famous Paella, where each Valencian village has its own variant. The region of Valencia is also known for its annual popular festivals that attract many tourists every year. For example, the La Fallas festival is held every year as an announcement of the spring in March. A unique party with lots of colour, music and fireworks where (almost) nothing is too crazy! Large caricature dolls of famous Spaniards, made of papier-mâché, are carried through the city in a long parade. A party with a lot of fun and laughter, and it ends with the burning of the dolls, fireworks and of course a lot of paella. Be surprised by the Spanish culture from your holiday home or apartment on the Costa de Valencia.
A holiday home on the Costa de Valencia gives you the opportunity to discover the beautiful, changing landscape. This region is definitely worth a visit for nature lovers. From your holiday home on the Costa de Valencia, you can get acquainted with the natural park Le Parque Naturel de la Albufera, for example. In addition to a beautiful walking area, you can also go on an extensive tour of the lake. Or take a walk or bike ride inland, and then happily return to your holiday home on the Costa de Valencia.