Valencia Flights Guide
Valencia is the third largest city in Spain and located in the autonomous region of Valencia on the banks of the Turia River on the eastern coast of the Iberian Peninsula and the western side of the Mediterranean Sea. Some of Valencia's attractions are Catedral, La Lonja, Museo de Bellas Artes, Cuidad de las Artest y last Ciencias, Mercado Central, Museo Nacional de Ceramica, Museo del Patriarca, and Bioparc.
You can fly nonstop from Valencia to Madrid, Barcelona, Biilbao, Palma (Majorca), Seville, and Tenerife. You can also take the train from Valencia to Madrid and Barcelona. You can take the bus to San Sebastian. Granada is about 5 hours from Valencia by car. Ibiza is also about 5 hours from Valencia via car and ferry.
Valencia has a Mediterranean climate with long, hot, and dry summers and short, mild winters. January is the coolest month with an average high only in the low 60s while August is the hottest month with an average high in the mid-80s. Temperatures during winter generally don't go near freezing. Valencia does not see a whole lot of rain but the wettest months are September and October while the dries month is July. July also tends to see the most sunshine.March, May, and October are the best time to visit Valencia. Valencia's biggest party called Las Fallas occurs in March and a worthy event for visitors to attend. May and October allow you to enjoy the warm weather and enjoy the outdoors without the oppressing heat of the summer months.