Although during the Roman Age, Llíria, then known as Edeta, was the capital of Edetania, an important enclave, the first settlements in San Miguel´s hill date back many more centuries. The capital of Camp del Turia certainly has a privileged location. Throughout the years, its neighbors and citizens have preserved and increased a rich historic heritage together with one special element which has developed this city into the City of the Music: since one friar introduced musical activities, music has really taken off. Now, two schools, two bands and thousands of students provide sounds and melodies to the enclave, which transforms Llíria into an exceptional place.
How to get here:To access the municipality take the Valencia-Ademuz C-234 freeway, or take the by-pass, which connects the road in the direction of Madrid and the Mediterranean motorway.
The Region of Valencia is an exciting destination for sports lovers. Cyclists, hikers or swimmers choose the Mediterranean coast to practice their favourite sports. If you also like active tourism, pay attention to these three activities that we propose.
The Region of Valencia has been inhabited for thousands of years. Proof of this is the population vestiges found in the last decades and that show how the life of the first known inhabitants of the region in the Paleolithic era and later. Skeletons, paintings found in caves, stone walls, and some remains show us the life and customs of past inhabitants.
The Region of Valencia is well known for its pleasant climate and its beautiful golden sand and clean beaches and temperate waters. But in its inland regions host rural areas of great value that are increasingly visited by tourists from all over the world.
The top five of the best excursions you can take in Valencia to get to know the city. Getaways, routes, and weekend trips.