The province of Valencia is one of those places where the traveler experiences and discovers the essence of the Mediterranean through the five senses. Its infinite coastline, the charm of its inland towns and cities and the incomparable beauty of its natural landscapes make it a destination you will always want to return to.
From the first moment, the traveler will feel surrounded by a broad and close culture, full of nuances and peculiarities. Its celebrations, festivities and traditions will surprise us while they will trap us in a magical environment.
Its historical and artistic character has left its mark through constructions, routes and places as exceptional as those that make up the Borja Territory, such as the Castle of Xàtiva, the Ducal Palace of Gandia, the Church of San Nicolás or the Cathedral of València. A journey through history that will make us discover the enormous splendor of the most universal and powerful Valencian family in Europe during the 15th and 16th centuries.
Discovering the history of the province of Valencia is also touring its unique natural landscapes, which we can travel on horseback.
The coast of the province of Valencia also has more than one hundred kilometers of beaches. All of them have a peculiar beauty that is very representative of each of the regions in which they are found, although they are generally characterized by their fine and pleasant sand and their calm and shallow waters, so identifying with the Mediterranean.
The perfect union between the Mediterranean Sea and the Valencian garden is represented by the Albufera, declared a Natural Park since 1986 and recognized in 1989 as “Wetland of International Importance”. It is one of the most valued natural ecosystems in the Valencian Community, since it has a unique biodiversity that allows us to appreciate a great variety of flora and fauna at any time of the year, and where we have programmed several routes so that you can enjoy it on horseback.