If you want to visit the Valencian country there are places which are a must see and that you cannot miss. Here you have some suggestions:
Palmeral de Elche
If you like nature, you cannot miss the largest palm grove in Europe. It was declared a World Heritage site by the UNESCO for its role as a testament to its role in the transmission of culture from East to West, and for the survival of an exceptional watering system inherited from the culture of Al-Andalus.
If you like to get lost in the middle of the nature, this is the ideal place for you.
The Miguelete Tower
This is one of the city’s most emblematic monuments, and is located beside the main door of the cathedral. From the top of the tower there are outstanding views over Valencia. It was built in 1381 and has an octagonal floor plan and a solid appearance.
If you want to visit emblematic monuments and learn more about Valencian culture you must go and visit this tower.
Valencia Institute of Modern Art
The museum takes a look at the artistic avant-garde of the 20th century, from Abstract and Pop Art, through to European Informalism and the New Figurative movement. This is the ideal place for those people who like learning about the world and its art, which is a very interesting thing to do if you are visiting Valencia.
Castle of Santa Bárbara
This castle is located in Monte Benacantil. It acquired its name because Prince Alfonso de Castilla took it from the Islamic forces on St. Barbara’s day. In the time of Philip II the castle was remodelled. Over the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries, the castle was bombarded many times. If you like history and medieval monuments you need to visit this castle and learn more about history.
It was built in the 13th century, joined to the defensive wall, although it was completed with several different works through to the 15th century. This is the ideal place for all those visitors who like history and want to know how churches were like in 15thc