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An excellent destination for Living


When you first think about moving to Valencia Spain, you should know that this city is located on Spain's eastern Mediterranean coast. It is 350 km from either Madrid to the west or Barcelona, to the north. Moreover, it is the third largest city in Spain and liveliest with a population of approximately 790.000 people. Two airports serve Valencia. The first is the Valencia Airport and the other is Alicante Airport.

Valencia is well known by having an excellent Mediterranean climate, with warm and sunny summers and mild winters, with an average temperatures over 23 degrees. All year around you will enjoy pleasant temperatures.


The city has a diverse gastronomy. Famous for its oranges, mandarins and rice. Valencia City produces its own rice. Also, it has three denominations where wines have its origin in Utiel, Requena and Alicante.

"Horchata" it is a soft drink from Valencia has made of the milk of a plant called Chufas (kind of similar to rice) and the famous candy "Turron" also originates from Valencia (made with almonds) and traditionally eaten during Christmas.

Valencia albufera

The coast of Valencia has beautiful blue beaches, nice resorts, towns full of history and a great variety of culture, architecture, a wide variety of museums, monuments and churches such as the Cathedral, "The Basilica de la Virgen", "Torres de Quart" or "Torres de Serrano".

The Barrio del Carmen holds the delights of the old city. The Cathedral, La Lonja de la Seda (Silk Exchange).

Other places of interests to visit are "The Bioparc Zoo" or "Jardines del Rio Turia", a perfect place to explore on foot or bicycle full of cafes, children's play areas, sports grounds, fountains, lakes and bridges.

Valencia museum

For the ones who love architecture. La Ciudad de las Artes y las Ciencias (The City of Arts and Sciences), an architecturally stunning collection of buildings that house the city's opera house and science museum it is a perfect place to visit. The "Paseo Maritimo" is also a fantastic place for a Sunday morning stroll for people who love the beach.

Valencia has a lot of festivals. But the most important it is a carnival of bonfires, fireworks and a healthy dose of satire called "Las Fallas" the fires. This international festivity lasts from the 15th until the 19th of March.