Tourism for Roe Deer
Paella Cooking Class
Paella is Spanish rice dish originally from Valencia. Discover how to make this mouthwatering recipe with a professional local chef. At the end, you will be handed a diploma as expert in autentic Valencian paellas.
City of Arts and Science
The Museu de les Ciències Príncipe Felipe and the Oceanographic are the most popular attractions of Valencia’s famous City of Arts and Sciences. This guided tour includes entry to both these fantastic venues.
Central Market: Gourmet Tour
If you love food this is a paradise you cannot miss out on. An enormous collection of modernist architecture containing fresh produces from the Valencian orchard and all the flavour an aromas from the Mediterranean.
Valencia City Tour
There are few cities like Valencia, able to harmoniously combine the remnants of its farthest past, dating to the year 138 BC, with the most innovative and avant-garded buildings from the new millenium. Valencia is trade an culture, theatre, museums, shopping, gastronomy.
The truffle, the wine and the food, what an incredible taste experience!
An outing into the countryside where you will learn about its habitants and other interesting Truffle facts. We will leave a collecting experience with trained dogs and finally you will enjoy a highlighted meal.
Hiking in Chulilla
We’ll reach this beautiful natural area and explore this incredible natural environment by going on a trek, discovering the spectacular canyon: one of the Valencia region’s natural treasures. The area is also known for its hanging bridges over the River Turia.
Dinopolis is a theme park where children and adults can have fun discovering all the secrets of the exciting world of dinosaurs. It was conceived as a park with an educational slant, and its various attraction offer a panoramic view of the dinosaurs who once walk the earth.
Saint Joseph's Caves
Explore one of Valencia’s most spectacular natural environments, the labyrinthine Saint Joseph’s Caves, and enjoy a boat trip on Europe’s longest underground river. 35 minutes cruise on the underground waterway, marbelling at the enormous galleries.
Sagunto, a Roman City
Discover the cultural legacy left by the Romans who populated this historic city more than two thousand years ago. You will encounter important ancient Roman remains such as the theatre, the castle and the iconic Via Augusta road.
This is a prime example of the Mudejar architecture, awarded the World Heritage Designation by the UNESCO.
The local pork products are highly recommended, and particularly the cured ham from Teruel. Don’t miss this spectacular cuisine.