A rich Paella, a little sun tanning, an unbeatable climate, and some of the most overwhelming views, this is Valencia. That’s why more and more people decide to travel here for trips long and short. Because we don’t want to miss a single corner, today we’re going to the heights to review our 5 favourite viewpoints in Valencia. Who’s interested?
What better way to discover the best things to do in Valencia than going to the highest corners of the city?
1. Mirador El Garbí
El Garbí, not only is one of the best and most famous viewpoints of the Valencian Community, but also is considered as one of the great wonders that hides in the Natural Park of the Sierra Calderona. You can access this view by car, bike, or hiking and once there, you’ll enjoy breathtaking views of the Sierra de Irta, Oropesa, El Puerto de Sagunto and of course, the Mediterranean.
2. Mirador de la Albufera
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If you’re looking for a viewpoint that will leave you speechless because of its beauty, you must go to the Albufera. Located 10 km to the south of Valencia it’s considered one of the most marvellous lagoons in the area. Additionally, if you’re lucky you’ll see the great diversity of the migrating birds.
3. Mirador de Jalance
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The Mirador de Jalance is like a balcony to the valley and from there you’ll observe a panoramic show of the town of Jalance. It’s a little more complicated to access, but its views are more than worth the struggle. Additionally, if you want to see more sites after, it’s very close to the Canyons of Jucar, another great view of the Valencian coast.
4. El Mondúver
El Mondúver is a solid mountain located in the southeast of the province, in the region of the Safor. It stands 841 meters high at its peak between the towns of Xeraco and Xeresa. Additionally, you can climb to its summit on a paved road. The magnificent Mediterranean beaches of Xeraco and Gandía extend from above, and it’s possible to enjoy views of Cape San Antonio, Valencia, and even the island of Ibiza.
5. El Mirador dels Berengers
El Mirador dels Berengers has become an exceptional viewpoint, especially because of its castle. Of course, don’t expect a great viewpoint, or a support where many people fit, since this corner is small, in fact almost intimate, to enjoy the views with tranquillity and not lose detail of the Ciutat Vella.