Welcome to Valencia & Castellón

Step into a medieval kingdom where the aroma of oranges mingles with the crackle of effigies, where every meal is a celebration, and where ancient traditions blend seamlessly with vibrant nightlife. Valencia and Castellón offer a rich tapestry of landscapes and cultures waiting to be explored.

Valencia: A Blend of History, Cuisine, and Festivals

The Province of Valencia is the largest of the three provinces within the Comunitat Valenciana, majestically seated along the Spanish Mediterranean coastline. Its subtropical climate, characterized by mild winters and sun-drenched summers, creates the perfect environment for the region's iconic orange groves, which produce two-thirds of Spain's oranges. Springtime heralds the fragrant blossoming of these trees, filling the air with a sweet perfume and offering a bounty of succulent Valencia oranges.

Explore the Vibrant Capital: Valencia, the capital city, is the birthplace of the legendary paella. Here, ancient traditions blend seamlessly with modern flair. Dive into the fervor of Las Fallas, a spectacular festival featuring intricately crafted effigies set ablaze amidst joyous revelry. Venture inland to partake in the madness of La Tomatina, the world's largest tomato fight.

Historical Treasures: Throughout the province, echoes of its rich medieval past resonate in gothic churches, fairy-tale castles, and labyrinthine streets. Moorish influences permeate historic landmarks like the Lonja de la Seda and the College of the Greater Art of Silk, remnants of Valencia's storied silk route heritage.

Pristine Coastline: Valencia Province boasts 112 kilometers of pristine coastline, adorned with idyllic beaches and world-class water sports facilities. Whether you're a sailing enthusiast, a golf aficionado, or a beachcomber seeking relaxation, there's something for everyone along this sun-kissed shore.

Castellón: Coastal Beauty and Medieval Charm

Neighboring Castellón Province beckons with its own treasures. Explore the Costa de Valencia, a stunning stretch of coastline blessed with sun-drenched days, hidden coves, and historic villages waiting to be discovered.

Medieval Wonders: Delve into the medieval charm of Gandia, with its Gothic palaces and delectable cuisine, or journey back in time amidst the ancient ruins of Sagunto.

Culinary Adventures: For culinary adventurers, a pilgrimage to the Albufera Natural Park, the birthplace of paella, promises a feast for the senses. Cruise along the tranquil waters of Spain's largest lake, savoring the flavors of traditional dishes crafted from fresh, local ingredients.

Key Highlights

  • Vibrant Festivals: Las Fallas in Valencia and La Tomatina in Buñol.
  • Historic Landmarks: Gothic churches, fairy-tale castles, Moorish influences, and ancient ruins.
  • Exquisite Cuisine: Birthplace of paella, Michelin-starred restaurants, and fresh local produce.
  • Pristine Beaches: 112 kilometers of coastline with water sports and relaxation spots.
  • Cultural Enrichment: Museums, art galleries, and rich traditions.
  • Natural Beauty: Orange groves, medieval towns, and the serene Albufera Natural Park.
  • Thrilling Sports: Sailing, golf, and various water sports along the Mediterranean coast.

An Unforgettable Experience

Whether you're seeking adventure, relaxation, or cultural enrichment, Valencia and Castellón offer an unparalleled tapestry of experiences against the backdrop of Spain's enchanting Mediterranean coast. Dive into the endless possibilities that await and create memories to last a lifetime in these captivating provinces.

Embark on your journey to Valencia and Castellón today. Contact us to find your perfect home in this Mediterranean wonderland!