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range of wines and some exquisite tapas, this is a definite eatery to add to your ‘must do’ list. Tel: +34 96 367 23 14


LA CONSERVERA A former fishmonger’s with a heavy lean towards Portuguese fish and ingredients. The long marbled bar is a hangover from the original shop’s use with stacks of colourful tinned fish and seafood. Grab yourself a tasty selection, wash it down with some heavenly chilled craft beer and all for under €20. Tel: +34 963 22 44 42


DRINK CAFÉ DE LAS HORAS


If you’re looking for a nifty place for an aperitif, saunter down to this boudouresque drinking hole. The glamorous scarlet drapes, chandeliers and ornate candelabra give this café a unique feel.


BIRRA AND BLUES CRAFT BEER A million miles away from the Estrella beer taps you’ll find a growing micro brewery business in Valencia. Opening its doors in 2011, they now brew more than a dozen beers with occasional season bottled beers.


JIMMY GLASS JAZZ BAR An unassuming door opens in to a wonderful little jazz bar where local musicians and touring instrumentalists squeeze on to a tiny stage and jam late in to the night. If you’re looking for an unpretentious bar with some real jazz, look no further.


UBIK CAFE An arty come library drinking hole serving a wonderful selection of crafted beers with an array of taps to munch on. There are live bands on a Sunday and if you need it, there’s a decent area for the kids!


CULTURE MERCADO CENTRAL


In 1839, this spot was chosen for an open air market, and after a few manifestations, the version we see now was completed in 1928. A blend of Art Nouveau, Gothic and the eclectic Gothic-baroque. The 300 odd merchants make this an amazing morning shopping excursion.


VALENCIA CATHEDRAL Constructed in 1238, its predominant style is that of Valencian Gothic, although its construction lasted for centuries.It contains many 15th century paintings. The interior is truly spectacular, you will not be disappointed.


MUSEO DE BELLAS ARTES


If you need one museum on your to do list, then this is the one. It houses over 2,000 pieces of work,most dating form the 14th – 17th centuries. The museum is housed in the St. Pius V Palace.


CITY OF ARTS AND SCIENCES As one of the ‘12 Treasures of Spain’, this is an entertainment based cultural and architectural complex in the city of Valencia. It is the most important modern tourist destination in the city.


MARINA VALENCIA 39°27.6’N/00°18.8’W VHF 67


No of berths 800 Max length 150m


Max draft 7.5m T + 34 963 812 009 W www.lamarinadevalencia.com


BUCKET LIST


BEACHES Try the most popular beach, La Malvarrosa, which starts around the port area and is split into sections such as the Playa las Arenas and the Playa Cabanyal, eventually stretching up to the Playa de Patacona.


THE CITY’S SQUARES


One of the most beautiful squares in Valencia is the Plaza de la Reina, or ‘Queen’s Square’, located in the old town. Plenty of places to eat but priced up a little for the tourists.


RETAIL THERAPY Away from the international chains are some wonderful independent retailers with an international flair.


ESCAPE TO LA ALBUFERA The birth place of paella, this giant freshwater lagoon is surrounded by rice fields and pine forests. The Parque Natural de la Albufera attracts twitchers, with over 300 species of birds, while the lagoon itself is a popular spot for fishing.


LAS FALLAS A very fiery festival during the middle of March. Quite an insane festival come enormous party. Eat, drink, party and watch stuff burn!


JARDINES DEL TURIA One of the largest urban parks in Spain, the area runs 9km through the city. A fabulous mix of playing fields, cycling, jogging, walking paths and playgrounds. A true getaway form the city.


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