Gandia was an important cultural and commercial centre during the 15th and 16th centuries. It was home to several important poets including Ausiàs March, the novelist Joanot Martorell was born there as well, but it is perhaps best known for the Borja or Borgia, through their family title, Duke of Gandia. From Aragonese origin, the family settled down in Gandia after the conquest of Valencia by the king Jaime I. The popes Calixto III and Alexander VI, César and Lucrezia Borgia and San Francisco de Borja are the most well-known figures.
We are going to visit Gandía and its fabulous Palace Ducal de los Borgia, one of the most important monuments of Aragon’s kingdom. In the afternoon we are going to enjoy the beach of Gandía, one of the most popular ones of whole Spain.
Discover this amazing city with us and sign up for our day trip!
We are going to watch every football match of Valencia CF, from the Spanish League, the Copa del Rey (King's Cup), the Champions League......
Would you like to vistit a bodega and try a typical wine from Valencia? Then... Requena is the place for you!
If you like hiking in the mountains, this activity is for you!
We organize a day trip to discover Bocairent and the Pou Clar...The living stone!
Thousands of bonfires light up the sky during the night of San Juan and together with the water the fire conjures a magical night where joy and...
... a cavity open to the sea, situated within the marine reserve of San Antoni Cape (Javea/Denia)
Two times a year the people of Cheste celebrate their day of paellas.
Peña Cortada's trail, is one of the most amazing of all the Valencian Community.