Villa Valencia Montepicayo is situated just 15 minutes north of Valencia.Ã???Ã?Â¯Ã?Â¿Ã?Â½Ã??Ã?Â¢Ã?Â¯Ã?Â¿Ã?Â½Ã?Â¯Ã?Â¿Ã?Â½Ã???Ã?Â¯Ã?Â¿Ã?Â½Ã???Ã??Ã?Â Famous for its Casino/Restaurant, Monte Picayo is one of ValenciaÃ???Ã?Â¯Ã?Â¿Ã?Â½Ã???Ã??Ã?Â¯Ã???Ã?Â¯Ã?Â¿Ã?Â½Ã???Ã??Ã?Â¿Ã???Ã?Â¯Ã?Â¿Ã?Â½Ã???Ã??Ã?Â½s most desirable and privateÃ???Ã?Â¯Ã?Â¿Ã?Â½Ã??Ã?Â¢Ã?Â¯Ã?Â¿Ã?Â½Ã?Â¯Ã?Â¿Ã?Â½Ã???Ã?Â¯Ã?Â¿Ã?Â½Ã???Ã??Ã?Â suburbs. Villa Valencia Montepicayo offers luxury accommodation, magnificent views of the bay of Valencia and an idyllic setting.
Villa Valencia Montepicayo has 4 double bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, open-plan salon with chimney and dining room, TV room, fully equipped kitchen, AC, private pool and remote opening car port. It is on the edge of a private estate with 24-hour manned barrier and security. Holiday Villa Valencia Montepicayo can sleep 8-10 people.
Valencia is just 15 minutes away from the villa by car with lots to visit, great restaurants, shopping and things for the kids to see and do. Valencia Airport is 20 minutes away.
Valencia is a beautiful, vibrant city of many contrasts. There is the old part of the city filled with bars, shops and more than a little bit of history. Then there's the very modern City of Arts and Science on the old river bed which has an aquarium, natural science museum, Opera House, Theatre, Imax and the new "Agora" which will host the first Valencia Tennis Open.
The old Valencia city market is worth a visit. It is always full of locals and always buzzing. Then again, if you prefer there's the very modern Aqua shopping centre in Avenida de Francia not far from the centre of Valencia.
Bull fighting is very traditional in Valencia and the main bull ring is next to the main Valencia train station. However, the city also hosts the Formula 1, Grand Prix and the moto GP. Also remains of the 32nd and 33rd Americas Cup are visible by the port.
Then there is the food. Of course, Valencia has many restaurants but a paella is a must and in Valencia it's an art form. Try it with a some sangria on one of the many restaurant in Malvarosa Beach. Then there's horchata a milky drink (that contains no milk) made from tiger nuts which is sold on the streets, especially in the summer. If you manage to get some back to the villa try it with some rum (Not very Valencian, but great brilliant anyway!)
Valencia is the home of paella, and this area has white sandy beaches, with the mountains rolling away to the sea. The city of Valencia blends Roman and Gothic architecture with ultra-modern constructions, and is an increasingly popular destination for villa holidays. The city is set upon the Costa del Azahar, quieter than the Costa Blanca to the south, with vast stretches of orange groves and sandy beaches. Inland at the north of this area are dry rugged hills scattered with secluded medieval villages. Costa Blanca has been a favourite resort for years for villa holidays, its climate was recently declared to be the healthiest in the world, and the area has plenty of attractions from the nightclubs of Benidorm to the watersports of Torrevieja. There are plenty of activities for children in this area too, such as the Terra MÃ???Ã?Â¯Ã?Â¿Ã?Â½Ã???Ã?Â¯Ã?Â¿Ã?Â½Ã???Ã?Â¯Ã?Â¿Ã?Â½Ã???Ã??Ã?Âtica theme park just outside Benidorm....There is is lots and lots more to do around Puzol and Valencia and it makes a great place to enjoy a villa holiday. Make a holiday rental, home or villa in Valencia Spain your home away from home
The region of Valencia is in the middle of SpainÃ???Ã?Â¯Ã?Â¿Ã?Â½Ã???Ã??Ã?Â¯Ã???Ã?Â¯Ã?Â¿Ã?Â½Ã???Ã??Ã?Â¿Ã???Ã?Â¯Ã?Â¿Ã?Â½Ã???Ã??Ã?Â½s Mediterranean coast, between Madrid and Barcelona. The region is famed for its beaches, the festival of Las Fallas and the fabulous shopping in Valencia City which is easily accesible from Villa Valencia Montepicayo.
Places to holiday in Valencia, Spain
The city of Valencia is one of the biggest in Spain, and has beaches at the heart of the city, with scuba diving, cycling and golf on offer as well as sizzling nightlife and many vibrant celebrations of SpainÃ???Ã?Â¯Ã?Â¿Ã?Â½Ã???Ã??Ã?Â¯Ã???Ã?Â¯Ã?Â¿Ã?Â½Ã???Ã??Ã?Â¿Ã???Ã?Â¯Ã?Â¿Ã?Â½Ã???Ã??Ã?Â½s favourite son, El Cid. The old town is filled with historic monuments from the Moors conquest in 1238 including the Cathedral and Basilica de la Virgen de los Desamparados.
Further down the Coasta Blanca is Gandia, a thriving centre of commerce and beach town. Gandia city houses the historical monuments like the 14th Century Palacio Ducal de los Borja, and commerce centres, whilst the Gandia beaches boast excellent facilities, bars and some of the best luxury holiday villas in Valencia. Gandia also provides a service town for the popular resorts of Javea and Denia which are also filled with holiday villas.
On the northern tip of the Costa Blanca, Oliva has 10km of uncrowded, sandy beaches and there many new luxury villas for rent in the area, although the town has not changed its character in any way for the tourist market. The Oliva Nova Golf and Country club dominates the coastline, which tempts golfers from around the globe. The strong coastal winds also provide perfect conditions form sailing, windsurfing and kite-boarding.
Things to do in Valencia, Spain
The Valencia region is famed for its beaches. On the whole, they are top quality and extremely large sandy beaches, the best of which, Levante, Pineda and Saler have excellent facilities for water sports including windsurfing, sailing, banana boating and deep-sea fishing. Valencia is also the home of SpainÃ???Ã?Â¯Ã?Â¿Ã?Â½Ã???Ã??Ã?Â¯Ã???Ã?Â¯Ã?Â¿Ã?Â½Ã???Ã??Ã?Â¿Ã???Ã?Â¯Ã?Â¿Ã?Â½Ã???Ã??Ã?Â½s most famous dish, paella, so be sure to stock up if you decide to take a self-catering villa in Valencia!
Las Fellas in March is the most unique festival in Spain. A five day celebration of St Joseph has also become a magnificent celebration of fire, where the town is set ablaze by large crowds of rowdy revellers!
The Valencia Botanical Garden at Huerto de Tramoyeres has over 3,000 species from extremely different climates, and is well worth a visit on any Valencia holiday.
Weather in Valencia, Spain
ValenciaÃ???Ã?Â¯Ã?Â¿Ã?Â½Ã???Ã??Ã?Â¯Ã???Ã?Â¯Ã?Â¿Ã?Â½Ã???Ã??Ã?Â¿Ã???Ã?Â¯Ã?Â¿Ã?Â½Ã???Ã??Ã?Â½s Mediterranean climate means the region benefits from long, warm dry summers, and very mild winters. The annual average temperatures do not drop below 15Ã???Ã?Â¯Ã?Â¿Ã?Â½Ã??Ã?Â¢Ã?Â¯Ã?Â¿Ã?Â½Ã?Â¯Ã?Â¿Ã?Â½Ã???Ã?Â¯Ã?Â¿Ã?Â½Ã???Ã??Ã?Â°C, although it can drop below freezing in the mountains. Holiday villas in Valencia can be used all year round, as when the beaches are deserted in the winter, there is still plenty of shopping in Valencia to be enjoyed!
Travel to Valencia, Spain
Valencia Airport (VLC) receives regular flights from London, Bristol (BRS), Bournemouth (BOH), Southampton (SOU), Birmingham (BHX), Newcastle (NCL), Manchester (MAN), Aberdeen (ABZ), Glasgow (GLA), Belfast (BFS) and Dublin (DUB) airports. With such a spread of options, it is best to shop around for the best cheap flight to Valencia.