Incentives in Spain

Valencia


Few cities are, like Valencia, able to combine so harmoniously remains from remote periods, with the most modern, avant-garde buildings to be erected in the new millennium.


Valencia equals commerce, culture, cinema, theatre, museums, music and business. It is a place for international and avant-garde design and one of the most attractive cities in Europe when it comes to fairs and conventions.
Thanks to its location, Valencia has been the Spanish gateway to the Mediterranean, with the special charm that seaport cities have. The fine sand and crystal waters, the vastness of the open sea, and the proximity of the coastal mountain range lend the Valencian coast a unique appeal.

 

In recent years, Valencia has undergone a major urban transformation, driven by the creation of new and modern buildings. This is greatly the construction of The City of Arts and Sciences, one of the most complex scientific and cultural outreach in Europe, where they combine science, nature and art. Along an axis of nearly two miles in the old Turia riverbed, the complex is surprising for its architecture - designed by Santiago Calatrava and Felix Candela - and his immense ability to entertain and stimulate the minds of its visitors, and has become a reference site and symbol of international commitment to cultural tourism.

 

Valencia has some magnificent beaches equipped with all kinds of services. At any time of year and just minutes from downtown, we found the beaches of Las Arenas and Malvarrosa perfectly communicated through a wide network of access.


Along the beaches and walks, find a wealth of recreational and sports facilities. On summer nights, the beaches become a coming and going of people enjoying the gentle breeze of the Mediterranean "to the moon of Valencia."

 

Also to Arenas and Malvarrosa beaches continue on the north by the PortSaplaya Patacona and belonging to the municipality of Alboraya, famous for the typical horchata (drink made from cooling the "groundnut" in the garden of the place). To the south we find the Pinedo beach, where we find typical restaurants Valencian gastronomy. Then, the beach of El Saler, who holds the prize in the European Blue Flag for its clear waters and perfect condition of the sand.

 

Why Valencia?


Valencia is Spain's third-largest city. It lies on the Mediterranean coast, its mild climate, its gastronomy culture, the region is home to paella, Spain's most famous dish, its beaches,… are only some of the reasons why you should choose Valencia. Its major tourist attraction is the amazing City of Arts and Sciences which attracts 4 million annual visitors and is equally fascinating to adults and children alike. Besides Valencia is now firmly established on the European art circuit with galleries containing works by El Greco, Goya and Velazquez.