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Studio with garden to disconnect in the SierraWe would like to share with you the indisputable luck of living in such a beautiful place, surrounded by nature, endless routes, paths and attractions. !And all this just 40 kilometers from Madrid! Our studio is located on the same plot as the main house, but has a separate entrance and garden for guest use only. We have refurbished and decorated it so that you can enjoy absolute privacy and comfort.
Feeling at Home in the City CenterTo feel at home, in a charming and warm apartment completely new which has been designed with every detail in mind, to provide a comfortable and carefree stay. Its spaciousness, its complete equipment and its quality gestures, seeks to offer you a stay full of good times. Located in El Barrio del Botanico, on the first floor (without elevator) a few meters from the entrance of the Old Town Valencia and close to the most relevant and touristic sites in the city.
From its exuberant cities to its vibrant countryside, Spain is a country that bursts with colour, culture, and a lust for living. Stretching 1,127 kilometres from its cool Atlantic north coast to the Mediterranean in the south, the land ranges from baked central plains to lush valleys (Galicia), golden beaches (Andalucia) to wine country (the Levant), and everything in between. The Spanish countryside has become a hiking heaven, thanks to the Pyrenees and the Picos de Europa, some of Europe’s most beautiful mountain ranges.
Wherever you go in Spain, you’ll encounter quaint centuries-old villages, as well as a delight in local cooking and traditions. Towns and cities are loaded with cultural energy, and their extraordinarily diverse architecture reflects a long, complex history, from Roman occupation to Moorish rule, from diverse medieval kingdoms to the Golden Age of Spain’s own empire. More than anything, Spain is united in its appreciation of good living — a place where food, fun, and friendship are all celebrated regularly in the spirit of fiesta.
Spain is a big country but not overwhelmingly so. It’s possible to travel between most of its major cities in a matter of a few hours. The country’s biggest and busiest international airports are based in Barcelona (BCN), Madrid (MAD), and Palma de Mallorca (PMI), although there are many more regional airports, not to mention an excellent train system that will do the job just as quickly: You can reach Barcelona or Seville from Madrid in a little more than 2.5 hours. Almost all towns and cities have good public transport, be it train or bus, and taxis and rideshares are widely available. Renting a car in Spain isn’t necessary but can add flexibility to your travel plans, especially if you’re looking to explore the coastline or the national parks.
Spring and autumn are wonderful seasons to be in Spain. The summer is always popular with international visitors, particularly those who flock its coasts, which benefit from the sea breezes. But temperatures can be uncomfortably high inland, especially in the south, where towns may be deserted in the afternoon for extended siestas. Some towns empty out in August as the locals head for cooler climes. Spring and autumn offer warm weather as well as many local fiestas. Easter is a particularly festive time of year, when the country celebrates with a rich tapestry of ritual, processions, and parades. Winter remains mild in the south, while the temperatures can drop further inland in places like Madrid, as well as in the Atlantic north and the mountain regions.
Spain’s mountain border with France is spread across three distinct regions: Aragon, Navarre, and Catalonia. Its landscape of snow-topped summits — more than 200 of its peaks exceed 3,000 metres — is breathtaking, surrounded by forests, lakes, and medieval villages, and crisscrossed with excellent hiking trails. The Pyrenees are also home to some of the country’s best winter skiing.
Spain’s capital buzzes with urban energy, where busy days and long, warm evenings are enjoyed against a backdrop of world-class architecture, be it in the form of baroque churches, Renaissance palaces, or Madrid’s many modern marvels such as Edificio Mirador and Puerta de Europa. Art and food are of the highest order here, where galleries and tapas bars are of equal importance. You’ll also notice a sense of space and stateliness in Madrid’s parks and plazas, which make them some of the best in Europe.
The unique culture of Spain’s southernmost region encompasses Moorish architecture and Islamic art alongside Roman ruins, Gothic cathedrals, and Renaissance port towns — not to mention the beautiful pueblos blancos towns of its forest-covered hills. With two separate and contrasting coastlines, Andalusia is also the best place in the country for a beach holiday; its remote areas are some of the most unspoiled on the Spanish mainland.