Valencia, home of the famous Paella and to many of the quietest roads that you can enjoy all by yourself
Valencia is a city located in the southeastern region of Spain. It is home to over 2 million people and is known as the “City of Arts” due to its many art galleries and museums. Located in the Mediterranean, the climate in Valencia is warm and dry throughout the year. Although the summers can get extremely hot and humid, winters are mild and wet, making it the perfect winter escape.
Riding in Valencia is second to none compared to its busier counterparts, the north, and Mallorca. The countryside hosts a handful of hidden gems, such as the magical town of Bocairent, the quaint hills of Vall d'Albaida, and the open nature of La Costera.
If you are looking to spend time in the saddle on quiet roads, enjoying the local cuisine and some of the best views around, then look no further.