In this area, our customers can enjoy cultural tours through the old town. They can visit its monuments and museums with various styles of Valencia art, Valencia's Cathedral, built at the behest of James I in the 13th century, La Lonja, a gothic monument declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1996, the Marqués de Dos Aguas palace, now a national museum of ceramics, and many more monuments that our guests mustn't miss.


This thousand-year-old district grew up in the 11th century between the walls of Valencia. It is named after the Carmen convent, built in 1343. The most important buildings from a cultural point of view are Las Torres de Quart, Las Torres de Serrano, the church of Carmen and many others.


A complex designed by renowned architect Santiago Calatrava. The City of Arts and Sciences is an architectural complex for culture and entertainment. Located at the end of the old Turia riverbed, now the true heart of Valencia due to its large gardens, is certainly a must for tourists.

It consists of:

  • The Hemisfèric: an Imax projection room and planetarium.
  • The Oceanogràfic: the largest aquarium in Europe.
  • The Umbracle: a walk with indigenous species of plants from the Valencian Community.
  • The Palace of Arts Reina Sofía: primarily focused on music (opera, concerts and ballet).
  • The Àgora: where concerts and sporting events take place.


Ancient fishing village and now one of the most beautiful beaches in Spain, with its long promenade where tourists can enjoy many restaurants on the seafront and where you can taste our famous Paella valenciana.


Valencia has one of the most enjoyable climates, not only in Spain, but also in Europe. It is characterized by a mild, typically Mediterranean climate, with an average temperature above 17° C. Summers are hot and winters are very mild. During the winter months, temperatures rarely drop below 10º C. The rainfall is moderate with heavy downpours twice a year, one in autumn and one in late winter and early spring. This makes it classic Mediterranean weather.


Today it is one of the most important and cosmopolitan cities in the world, internationally known for its cultural, financial, commercial and tourist importance.

Barcelona has hosted many worldwide events that have contributed to its high international profile, such as the Olympics of 1992 or the Universal Forum of Cultures in 2004.

It has one of the most important ports in the Mediterranean Sea and has excellent communications with France by the autopista del Mediterráneo motorway or high speed trains. The airport is also one of the busiest, with over 35 million passengers a year.

Barcelona offers visitors the chance to enjoy several places declared World Heritage Sites by UNESCO, such as La Sagrada Familia, Casa Batlló or the Parc Güell among others, designed by Antonio Gaudí.

The more commercial area of the city is located in the old town, on streets such as Pelayo, Rambla or Plaza Catalunya, where small shops coexist with department stores or franchises. Further north from Plaza Cataluña are the Paseo de Gracia, Rambla de Catalunya and Diagonal, where you'll find international fashion brand stores. The designer items from the most autochthonous and alternative artists have their place among the streets of the Borne district.

The Cathedral of Barcelona is located in the historic centre, in Plaza de San Jaime, where the buildings of the Government of Catalonia and city hall are located. You can also enjoy the charm of the narrow streets of the Gótico, Raval and Borne neighbourhoods.

The historic centre and Las Ramblas are the most attractive and frequented areas. On Las Ramblas you will find small shops selling flowers or animals, kiosks, street performers, artists and many restaurants and cafes.

By walking along Las Ramblas you can also enjoy some of the most emblematic buildings of the city, such as the Liceo theatre or the Boqueria market. This famous walk ends in the old port of Barcelona where the statue of Christopher Columbus is located pointing towards the sea.

In the harbour there are various leisure areas, such as the aquarium, Imax cinema and maritime museum.

Some of the attractions added to the city in recent years have been its beaches, thanks to the regeneration of the coast due to the Olympic Games of 1992, providing the beaches with all kinds of services, entertainment and sports facilities, as well as excellent connections to the city centre.


Famous worldwide for its numerous attractions, Ibiza is the ideal place for its visitors, mainly because of its white, sandy beaches and clear blue waters.

Along with Formentera, Majorca and Menorca, they form the Balearic Islands, an archipelago bathed in the Mediterranean Sea.

Ibiza is a global destination, but it is mainly European tourism that chooses the island as a place for holidays, being only two hours by plane from most European capitals, like London, Paris or Milan.

Ibiza airport is one of the busiest in Europe - only last year there were more than four million passengers.

Ibiza is also internationally known for its glamorous nightlife, with many famous clubs and discos and possibly the world capital of house and chillout music, highlighting places like Café del mar, with huge international success due to its beautiful sunsets and chillout music.

The Ibiza markets, known as hippy markets, are a great tourist attraction. Besides the beaches or enjoying the nightlife in Ibiza, visitors may also enjoy artisan markets selling souvenirs. Many marketers still bear some relation with the authentic hippies of the 60s and 70s. The most important markets are Las Dalias, Es Canar and Sant Jordi, among others.

The first European visitors arrived about 1930, attracted by mysticism and the air of freedom of the island. After World War II many young European and American hippies fled from their own countries and came and discovered a wonderful island in Ibiza. So in the 60s, Ibiza became one of the capitals of the hippie movement along with San Francisco and Amsterdam. The arrival of the hippies in Ibiza was the discovery of this mystical island where the great beaches, incredible sunsets and almost sacred places like Es Vedrà became the most visited tourist places.

Mystical, natural, artistic, fashionable, sexy, funny, romantic, warm, racial, sexy, glamorous, cosmopolitan...

Undoubtedly, a paradise where the adjectives to describe it would be endless.

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