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Splendid views of the garden

Prices of luxury properties fall

The economic crisis has damaged many sectors of our country and has seriously affected residential properties in the real estate market, resulting in a widespread reduction in the valuation of these properties. Amongst the various factors to have exacerbated such a significant drop in house prices are location, quality and asking price of...

Monday, September 15th, 2014
View of the sea and beach

Valencia: looking out to sea

Due to Valencia’s prime location on the Mediterranean seashore, it boasts a key attraction that is hard to find in other major cities: a collection of urban beaches. The sands of El Cabanyal and La Malvarrosa, to name just a few, are merely a stone’s throw away from the city centre, and well-linked to the old town via a twenty-minute bus or...

Tuesday, September 9th, 2014
Villa Campello-Costa Blanca

Valencian Community leads property sales to foreign investors

In recent years, foreign investment in the housing sector has become particularly significant in the Valencian Community and at a national level. To mark the growing importance of this investment, an event was held in Madrid on July 7 by the Valencian regional government, (la Generalitat), and was aimed at analysing the economic impact that...

Wednesday, August 6th, 2014
La Lanera building

Pla del Real – Valencian district of imposing architecture

Valencia’s Pla del Real district hosts a magnificent ensemble of buildings rich in history. Its streets radiate a majestic atmosphere thanks to such grand buildings as the Palacio de la Exposición, the monumental Mestalla stadium and other charming elements, such as the Jardines de Monforte. Separated from the Eixample district by the verdant...

Friday, May 16th, 2014
Turia park

The City of Arts and Sciences: Valencia’s exclusive neighbourhood

In the Quatre Carreres district of Valencia lies the neighbourhood of the city of arts and sciences, one of the most exclusive areas of the city which takes its name from the magnificent cultural complex designed by Valencian-born architect Santiago Calatrava, with its prominent futuristic style....

Tuesday, March 18th, 2014
El Cabanyal neighbourhood

The city of Valencia: beaches galore

The warm Mediterranean climate of Valencia makes it the perfect place to enjoy not only the city sights, but also the long stretches of sand which line the city’s shore. Even in February, these beaches are dotted with swimmers daring enough to take a mid-winter dip. The centre of Valencia affords a fantastic public transport network, linking the...

Thursday, March 13th, 2014
Plaza de la Reina

Ciutat Vella: Valencia’s Old Town Centre

Situated in the heart of the city of Valencia, the Ciutat Vella district is thought to be one of the best residential areas for those who wish to live in this magnificent seaside city. The neighbourhoods San Francesc, El Mercat, El Pilar, La Seu, La Xerea and El Carmen make up the area, and are home to some of the most emblematic monuments and...

Tuesday, March 11th, 2014
Mercado de Colón

The Ensanche: Valencia’s exclusive residential district

The Ensanche, or Eixample in Valencian, is the second district of the 19 that make up the city of Valencia. Comprising the neighbourhoods of Ruzafa, Gran Vía and Pla del Remei, the Ensanche affords a prime position in the heart of the city and is bordered by the lush green expanse of the Turia park; the old riverbed that ran through Valencia. ...

Thursday, March 6th, 2014
Orange picking in Valencia

Valencia Orange Blossom

The region around Valencia, particularly to the south, even as far as Murcia and beyond, is synonymous with the cultivation of oranges. The most prominent orange-growing region in Europe, it is also the symbollic home of the reputable Spanish orange. Brazil and the USA may be the dominant orange producers in the world today, but within Europe the...

Friday, September 28th, 2012