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Self Catering Apartments Valencia

Waytostay apartments have stylish furnishings and all the amenities of home. Valencia is perfect for architecture and art fans, but uis also just the ticket for sunbathing on the beach.

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Valencia apartments - for a local feeling

Round Square Loft
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€ 14*
p.p./night
Round Square Loft 30% off with arrival before 03 oct

2 bedroom apartment, sleeps 6 people

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Parque Parterre 1
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€ 24*
p.p./night
Parque Parterre 1 20% off from 23 sep till 30 sep

3 bedroom apartment, sleeps 6 people

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Correos Centrico
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€ 35*
p.p./night
Correos Centrico

2 bedroom apartment, sleeps 6 people

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Gran Fernando
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€ 23*
p.p./night
Gran Fernando 12% off with arrival before 28 sep

3 bedroom apartment, sleeps 6 people

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Miracle
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€ 43*
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Miracle

2 bedroom apartment, sleeps 4 people

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Sol Botanic
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€ 15*
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Sol Botanic

4 bedroom apartment, sleeps 10 people

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*lowest price with best available discount

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Self catering Valencia apartments for all your needs

With many museums, wonderful sites and famous architecture there, it’s little wonder that self catering Valencia holidays are more popular than ever. From exploring its rich heritage to hitting the shops Valencia is filled with things to do. Valencia is famous for its museums, particularly the Ciutat de les Arts i les Ciències (City of Arts and Sciences). This fascinating place has a lot going on, from its impressive and unusual buildings to the many things it is made up of. One claim to fame is that it has the largest aquarium in Europe, L'Oceanogràfic, with numerous species from each of the world's oceans. It’s well worth a visit to see these fascinating creatures. It also has an interactive science museum in the shape of a whale skeleton! If you’re interested in classical architecture then there’s plenty for you in Valencia, with its many medieval churches, Roman buildings and Arabic architecture. If you don’t have time to see them all then the Cathedral of Valencia should be at the top of your list. With its unusual design and fantastic architecture it is definitely worth seeing while you’re in the city, even people who aren’t fans of architecture will be amazed by this building! While you’re on your self catering Valencia trip you’ll want to try the local dishes, so why not go sample a Valencian Paella or some Fideuà, then wash it down with some of the region's world famous wine.