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      An unforgettable visit to Valencia

      By cooldude | November 9, 2013

      visit to ValenciaValencia is one of the most frequented destinations for any tourist aspiring for a great Spanish holiday. The beautiful city is one of the most significant and biggest of Spanish cities, situated in Valencia region at eastern Spain. Valencia has always managed to thrill her visitors with a wealth of attractions and here is a brief on some of them.

      You will love the Valencia beaches and two of the most exciting of these are Cabiñal-Areanas and La Malvarrosa. Both of them allow the visitors to indulge themselves in a wide range of antics such as swimming, sun bathing, rollerblading etc.- the best time to enjoy these beaches is from April to October. If you are planning for relaxation and tranquility amidst a breathtaking scenic view, Pinedo beach is the destination for you. Pinedo is a sure delight with its golden dunes & rich vegetation that presents you the perfect ambience to relish after your long busy months. The beach also allows to take part in different aquatic adventures like wind surfing, sailing, yachting and dinghy sailing.

      You should not miss out on Valencia countryside as well. Embellished with beautiful mountains, gorges, canyons and hot springs, the countryside shines just like the jewel of eastern Spain. The hot springs, especially, are one of major tourist draws here and these keep on steaming at 770 all through the year. These springs are in a beautiful lagoon where one can opt for snorkeling and swimming,
      Don’t forget to check out on Bellas Artes Museum. It’s one of the most celebrated museums across Spain where you find the rich Spanish culture and history coming together, manifested by iconic Spaniard artists from 16th century– such as Luca Giorand, Juan Leal, Alanso Cano, Augustin Esteve and Thomas Yepes. The museum hosts not only paintings but artifacts & sculptures as well.

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