Valencia is a magical corner of Spain for divers

Valencia is a magical corner of Spain for divers

It’s a beautiful old town of Valencia in southeastern Spain. The city begins its history from 138 BC, although a few centuries ago it tried to conquer the Greeks and the Carthaginians.

The rich historical past allowed Valencia to become a conditional cultural capital of the European Union. In its early days it was even an independent kingdom, ruled by the Aragonese dynasty.

Travel to Valencia from the major Spanish resorts is easy. Many highways and ring roads connect the city with Madrid, Catalonia and Andalusia. You can travel by plane, bus or high-speed train. It has the fastest rail network in the world. RENFE is known for its superior service and punctuality.Valencia

 

Nature and shopping

At first glance, Valencia’s landscapes may seem rather simple. After all, the green landscapes of the mountains and subtropical forests all along the Mediterranean coast will not surprise the seasoned tourist. But this is precisely the moment when the first impression is deceptive. Nature has not spared Valencia, just stand the national parks of Albufera and Santa Pola, which will surprise anyone with their salt hills with the Teamarit Tower and colonies of flamingos.

Mountain diving lakes and waterfalls, volcanic sculptures and more. Planning a hike through the natural attractions, worry about comfortable shoes, the best option would be to buy running shoes with good ventilation, such as a model New Balance 574. Although Spain is not one of the top 10 countries for divingBut it’s still a beautiful sea.

 

Leisure and attractions

Valencia is a place for quiet, quality shopping, there are still popular shopping centers – the silk exchange and city market. It is hard to believe that even 60 years ago, from a small exotic City Valencia became a leader in the field of summer tourism in Europe. Active tourists do not have to be bored here:

tennis;
soccer;
horseback riding
golf;
water skiing;
hiking
diving

You can also sign up for yacht clubs or just go for a bike ride. Going on a hike, it is worth wearing light clothes and shoes so that your feet don’t get tired, Wear good sneakers for walking.

Among the historical monuments worth seeing: the Cathedral of Santa Maria, the bell tower El Micalet, the Palace of Dos Aguas, the building of the silk exchange, the legendary Holy Grail – Sagrada Sen. It is a must to visit the famous complex consisting of the Art Institute of Valencia and the Oceanographic Museum, with the largest aquarium in all of Europe. The small streets of the city are lined with massive buildings with unique monuments and churches.

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