Enveloped in a mountainous belt with the Mediterranean at its feet, Gandia transports travellers to past epochs with its majestic architectural setting. The traces of distant cultures have left a rich cultural and historical inheritance that is perceived throughout the population, testimony of this meant that the town was named as a “court villa” a title awarded during the XV century thanks to Juan de Borja, the second Duke of Gandia. The city maintains, besides a wide cultural offering, a formidable coastal tourist industry with spacious beaches composed of fine sand as its principal attraction. Beaches that, during the summer months, enjoy a typically Mediterranean climate, with agreeable temperatures that provide the best conditions in which to enjoy all the resources of the locality.
How to get here:
The A-7 motorway (exits 60 and 61) connects with the European motorway network, the N-332 connects Gandia with the rest of the towns along the coast, whilst the C-320 connects Gandia with Albaida in the direction of Madrid.
Pirata Rock, one of the most anticipated music festivals in the Region of València, is coming back this July! Mark your calendars now and plan to see top rock and indie groups like Kase.O, Los Chikos del Maíz, Natos and Waor, El Kanka, Ciudad Jara, Carolina Durante, Rels B, El Canijo de Jerez, Rayden and more. This event will take place in Gandia, and tickets can be purchased online.
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The Region of Valencia is beautiful from the ground so imagine just how spectacular it is from the skies. During this experience you’ll climb into an ultralight and either enjoy an hour flight over Vall d’Albaida to Gandia beach or fly over Xàtiva castle in a 30-35 minute flight. The views will leave you speechless. Sign up for the experience of a lifetime now.
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