What to do this December bank holiday in the Region of Valencia
Having a few days off in December is something to celebrate. And finding something great to do is the best way to do so. Here are just a few ideas of everything you can get up to in the Region of Valencia. Keep reading.
The December bank holiday is the perfect excuse to plan a getaway. Our events agenda is a great place to start looking for inspiration, but to help you get going, we’ve selected just a few of the activities and experiences that you can enjoy over these few days. There are cultural routes, hikes, cheerful markets where you can get your hands on our greatest products and much more. Choose what you fancy getting up to with your friends, family, loved one or solo and come for a visit.
What to do this December bank holiday in the province of Castellón
Our list of things to do for the December bank holiday starts at the traditional Purísima Fair in Segorbe, where you can get some Christmas shopping done while making sure your kids have an incredible time. Similarly, Alcalà de Xivert/Alcossebre is hosting a Christmas Fair. Another option is to take a guided tour of La Vall d’Uixó, taking advantage of your visit to immerse yourself in incredible Sant Josep Cave.
Alternatively, you could make your way to Templar Culla where you can take a guided tour or look around the medieval market in Argelita. The December bank holiday is the perfect opportunity to delve into our history and gastronomy.
What to do this December bank holiday in the province of Valencia
To get you in the mood for the bank holiday, the weekend before, València city is hosting Trinidad Alfonso València Marathon. The event will be held on the 3 December and is always exciting to watch: don’t miss it. The city will also have its traditional Christmas Crafts Fair for you to wander around.
In inland province of Valencia, this December bank holiday you could visit the underground cellars in Utiel, a must if you’re something of a wine lover. Or perhaps you fancy exploring beautiful Benissanó Castle or soaking up the architectural heritage of Quart de Poblet on a fascinating guided tour? With so much to choose from, your only problem will be deciding what you fancy doing.
What to do this December bank holiday in the province of Alicante
To conclude our list of things to do on the December bank holiday, we’re heading to the province of Alicante where we’re stopping off in Elche to take a look around the Antiques and Collectors’ Market on the Sunday (and explore its incredible heritage) and then Jijona to taste delicious nougat at the Christmas Fair.
Another option is to sing and dance at the concerts running for the Patron Saint Festivities in Torrevieja or visit La Atalaya Castle in Villena where you can take a guided tour that will immerse you in the fortress’ history. You always get a lot more out of your visit with a specialist by your side. Finally, you could join a living history tour to get to know Pilar de la Horadada a little bit better. There are plenty of surprises this December bank holiday in the Region of Valencia.