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Come and enjoy an adventure full of life aboard our luxury yachts and discover the essence of Valencia in a 7 days and 6 nights trip. Visit the urban beaches with their cosmopolitan atmosphere, explore the historic center with its historical and cultural monuments, delight your palate with the delicious Valencian gastronomy and live the local culture in its festivals and traditions.

Poseidon Week offers you a unique and unrepeatable experience. A trip full of relaxation, fun, culture and emotions that will make you feel like a real Valencian.

Valencia is A vibrant journey on board a luxury yacht or Sailboat trip 
Embark on a vibrant adventure with Poseidon Week and discover the essence of Valencia, the city of the Mediterranean. Enjoy 7 days and 6 nights aboard a yacht or Sailboat , all inclusive, and explore its urban beaches, its historic center full of history and culture, and its delicious gastronomy.

Poseidon Week offers you a unique and unrepeatable experience. Choose from different packages to find the one that best suits your needs.

Highlights Valencia

El Cabañal beach or Las Arenas beach: it is an ideal environment for family holidays, offering quality activities and services. From April to October the nightlife is very lively and crowded.

La Malvarrosa beach: this is the most famous and well-known of all the beaches in the city of Valencia. It has an extensive promenade, as well as a wide variety of restaurants where you can taste the local gastronomy, relax and have a good time.

La Patacona beach: this is the natural extension of La Malvarrosa beach. Its promenade offers a good atmosphere and includes all kinds of services.

Cala del Mal Pas: this is one of the favourite destinations for tourists and locals alike. It is a 120-metre long, intimate and quiet beach with gentle sea waves.

Cala Almadraba: this beach, surrounded by mountains, is one of the best places in Benidorm for snorkelling. It is quite a sight to see the fish and crustaceans on the rocky coast.

Levante beach: Benidorm’s most internationally renowned beach, with soft unpolluted sands. It has all the facilities of services and restaurants on the promenade. Ideal for jet skiing and paragliding.

Cala Calalga: located at the end of the Levante beach.

Cala del Mallorquín: it is located to the north of the coast of Cale, near the Les Basetes Marina.

Cala Gasparet: it is located in the southern part of Toix and can only be accessed by sea. It is covered with pebbles.

Les Deveses: extensive beach of 4.87 kilometres, with dunes and fine golden sands. Ideal for windsurfing and kitesurfing. It has a beach volleyball court.

L’Almadraba: fine sandy beach, divided by the Punta de la Almadraba into two inlets with  ransparent waters. It is a favorite spot for windsurfers.

Els Molins: It has an extension of 2.7 kilometres. It is a quiet beach, far from the town centre.

Les Bovetes: beach located in an urban environment. Accessible for people with disabilities.

L’Ahuir beach: it is a 3-kilometre long sandy beach. A quiet beach surrounded by lush dunes.

North beach: one of the busiest urban beaches in Gandía, located in front of the Paseo Marítimo, in an easily accessible area with a great atmosphere and all kinds of services.

Venecia’s beach: beach located to the south of the yacht club and the harbour, guarded by a line of smaller dunes

Cova Tallada: it is a cave located next to the cape of San Antonio, with an exit to a cosy beach. An intimate and idyllic place.

El Arenal: beach with fine sand. It is one of the most popular beaches in Jávea.

La Grava: is an extension of beach located to the right of the port. It has a promenade and bars.

  • Church of San Nicolás de Bari and San Pedro Mártir: this magnificent Valencian Sistine Chapel is a temple with a Gothic structure, which has magnificent paintings inside.
  • Arts and Sciences City: includes the Science Museum, with a display of interactive exhibitions on science and technology, as well as a space simulator. Another of the spaces in this great city is the Oceanogràfic, catalogued as the largest aquarium in Europe. It has a display of 45,000 living creatures, exhibited in seven environments. The Hemisfèric, a 3D digital cinema, has a 900-metre concave screen..
  • Monuments of the Historic Centre of Valencia: we invite you to discover the different monuments and historic sites of the city, which can be visited on a guided tour called “Valencia, the Essence of the Historic Centre”: Basílica Real de la Virgen de Los Desamparados, Cathedral, Calle de las Barcas, Plaza de La Almoina, Plaza del Ayuntamiento, Plaza Santa Catalina, Plaza de la Reina, Palacio de Marqués de Dos Aguas, Plaza de La Virgen and Universidad La Nao.
  • Museo de Bellas Artes de Valencia: for art lovers, this is one of the first and most important painting museums in Spain. It has a valuable collection of genres and movements of pictorial works by great Valencian artists dating back to the 14th century: Francisco de Goya, Diego Velásquez, Bartolomé Bermejo, Joaquín Sorolla, among other outstanding artists.
  • Fallas Museum: an exhibition area where you can admire all the Ninots that have been pardoned since 1934, as well as posters and photographs of the Fallas of Valencia.
  • Silk Museum: exhibits the great collections of fabrics and working looms dating back to the 18th century. Includes the largest European silk archive.
  • Palau de la Música: built in 1987, this emblematic building in the city of Valencia is considered one of the most imposing and important auditoriums in Europe. Its main entrance is a large glazed vault, with views of the Turia River.
  • Parque Natural de l’Albufera: located 10 kilometres from the city. It has six signposted itineraries and includes boat trips to enjoy the natural landscape even more
  • Chapels: in the Altea countryside there are the chapels of Santa Bárbara, Sant Roc, Sant Antoni, Sant Lluis, Sant Isidre and Sant Tomàs.
  • Nuestra Señora del Consuelo Church: religious building located in the old quarter of Altea. It was built in the 19th century, on the site of a baroque style temple. It has beautiful blue tiled domes, being known as the “dome of the Mediterranean”.
  • Paseo Marítimo Joaquín Planell de Altea: Paseo Marítimo Joaquín Planell in Altea: this is one of the main attractions of Altea. It stretches for two kilometres, along the town’s coastline for a couple of kilometres. It includes a cycle path, beaches, terraces and restaurants.
  • Sierra de Bérnia: it has a network of signposted paths. It is ideal for hiking and walking along ancestral paths, visiting cave paintings (World Heritage Site), the Bèrnia fort (Site of Cultural Interest), as well as the flora micro-reserves.
  • Boca del Calvari Museum : it was inaugurated in 2014, located in the old town hall and is dedicated to temporary exhibitions related to the history of the municipality.
  • Torre Punta del Cavall: a building located on the point of Les Caletes. It has been declared an Asset of Cultural Interest in the city.
  • Casa Nova de Calpe: a fortified farmhouse historical and architectural value, built at the end of the 17th century
  • Calpe Muslim Castle: it is a historical and architectural military complex built at the end of the 16th century, to warn of possible attacks by Barbary pirates.
  • Ermita del Salvador de Calpe: a building located on a hill dating from the 18th century, with privileged views of the bay.
  • Peñón de Ifach Natural Park: it is an iconic landmark of the Costa Blanca that rises out of the sea as a limestone rock, joined to the land by a narrow isthmus. It is considered one of the most attractive geographical features of the Valencian Community and the Mediterranean coast. It is one of the favourite tourist spots for climbers and divers from all over the world.mundo.
  • Casa Fortificada de Benitzaina: a building declared an Asset of Cultural Interest, built in the 18th century. It is also known as Alquería de la Partida de Benitzaina.
  • Denia’s Castle: a building built by the Moors. It includes the Archaeological Museum, with an important collection of pieces that reflect the history of the city.
  • Alquería del Duc: also known as Alquería de Don Alonso, it is an old farmhouse- fortress, catalogued as an Asset of Cultural Interest and Historical Heritage of Spain.
  • Bairén’s or San Juan’s Castle: it is an ancient fortification, located 106 metres above sea level.
  • Gandia’s Archaeological Museum: a building that houses important archaeological finds that form part of the history of the city. Ducal Palace of Gandia: one of the most important Valencian civil Gothic buildings in the city, built in the 17th century. It has the Patio de Armas and the Golden Gallery. It is the former birthplace of General San Francisco de Borja.
  • Montgó Massif Natural Park: this is a protected natural area located in the northwest of the province of Alicante.
  • Cabo de San Antonio Marine Reserve: this is one of the emblematic capes of the province of Alicante.
  • Fallas de Valencia: sare also known as Fiestas Josefinas or Festes de Sant Josep and have been celebrated since the end of the 19th century, in honour of the patron saint of carpenters “San José”. It is quite a spectacle to contemplate the picturesque sculptural monuments or figures of large propositions known as”ninots”, symbolising reality ina satirical way. They are placed in the streets andsquares of the city.
  • Semana Santa Marinera de Valencia: a religious festival with an ancient tradition in the city dating back to the 15th century, with the participation of brotherhoods, confraternities and corporations. The activities of the festivity near the sea stand out: the Blessing of the Palms, the Procession of the Holy Burial and, at the end of the week, the Resurrection Parade and the traditional ceremony of the Encounter of Christ with his Mother.
  • The Bonfires of San Juan: a pagan tradition of Christian origin, which celebrates the beginning of the summer solstice in the northern hemisphere. This festival is celebrated at the end of June on the beaches of Cabañal and La Malvarrosa. Thousands of people gather in the evening around the bonfires set up near the beach. During the night the wood burns in large bonfires, with security and surveillance devices. It is a magical night to recharge the best energies to the sound of music, joy and fun.
  • La Tomatina de Buñol: is a great popular festival held at the end of August in the Valencian municipality of Buñol. Visitors and locals take part in a fun and fierce battle of tomatoes, which takes place in all the streets and in the square of this picturesque village. Tons of tomatoes come from Chilches (Castellón), grown especially for these extravagant festivities.
  • Castell de L’Olla: this is celebrated on the Saturday closest to the feast of San Lorenzo, with an explosion of fireworks, lights and gunpowder. It has been recognised with the award for Tourist Merit granted by the Costa Blanca Provincial Tourist Board.
  • Festa del Porquet: this takes place in the church square on the third Saturday in February
  • Fiestas Marineras de Sant Pere: this is a seafaring festival that takes place in the month of
    July. Attendees will enjoy the Sailor’s Market in the Paseo de Sant Pere, activities related to the sea, Optimist regatta and interclass dinghy sailing, with the collaboration of the Club Náutico de Altea.
  • Fiestas Mayores de Altea: held during the fourth weekend of September. With Moors and Christians parades, proclamation embassies, processions, street parades, open-air dances and musical concerts.
  • Plantà de l’arbret de Sant Joan: an ancestral festival that has been celebrated in Altea since the beginning of the century. XVII. It commemorates the summer solstice and is a pagan festival of the earth’s fertility at the end of the harvest.
  • Fiestas Mayores Patronales: sthese are the most significant and important fiestas in the town, held in honour of the Virgen del Sufragio (patron saint of Benidorm) and San Jaime Apóstol. They begin on the second weekend of November and are led by the Queens and Ladies of the town. The origin of these festivities comes from a legend in 1740 in the Bay of Benidorm.
  • Fiesta de la Virgen del Carmen: it is a religious celebration that takes place on July 16th, in honour of the virgin of the sailors. There is an offering of flowers and a procession at sea, accompanied by boats.
  • Festa del Roser (Rosary Festival): held on 8 October in honour of the Virgin of the Rosary, with a procession.
  • Fiesta de Nuestra Señora de Las Nieves: traditional festivity that has been celebrated since 1940, to pay homage to the Virgen de Las Nieves, patron saint of Calpe. There is a procession of her image, mass and various recreational events: dances, “mascletaes”, open-air dances, night-time firework displays and horse riding.
  • Half Year o Mig Any de Moros y Cristianos: this is a popular Spanish festival that commemorates the battles fought during the Reconquest.
  • Festejo de Els Bous a la Mar (Bulls to the Sea): this is a festival held in honor of the Holy Blood. A semi-plaza is built in the port, chasingheifers into the sea, which are rescued by
    a boat. It has been declared a Festival of National Tourist Interest.
  • San Antonio Abad: every 17th January, San Antonio Abad or Sant Antoni del Porquet, patron saint of animals, is venerated. A civic procession takes place with the participation of folkloric
    groups, followed by the cremá or burning of bonfires. It is one of the most outstanding bonfires in the Valencian Community.
  • San Antón Festivity: it is celebrated on 17th January, with the blessing of animals in the Parroquia del Mar.
  • Jesús Nazareno Ascent: Jesús Nazareno is considered the perpetual mayor of Jávea and the patron saint of the town’s main festivities, whose image remains in the Calvario Chapel. On the third Sunday of Lent, his image is lowered in a procession to the Church of San Bartolomé. It is venerated until the 3rd of May, when it returns to the hermitage.
  • Alli i Pebre: one of the most popular dishes of the Valencian Albufera, prepared with local eels, paprika, garlic, chilli peppers and potatoes.
  • Arròs a banda: prepared with fish stock (morralla), rice, prawns, king prawns, cuttlefish, tomatoes, garlic and saffron.
  • Black rice: made with baby squid in its own ink, onion, garlic, tomatoes and cooked in fish stock.
  • Esgarret: a typical traditional dish that can be served as an aperitif, especially in summer. Made with salted cod crumbs, red pepper strips, olive oil and garlic.
  • Fideuá: prepared with rice, noodles, seafood and cuttlefish.
  • Olla valenciana: a delicious stew containing vegetables, meat or sausages, rice and pulses.
    Paella valenciana: one of the most emblematic dishes of the city and the whole country, made with chicken and rabbit.
  • Puchero valenciano: a Valencian version of the Galician cocido.
  • Suquet de peix: Fish and seafood stew, with chopped almonds, onion, tomato and potatoes.
  • Titaina valenciana: seafood dish made with tuna tuna tuna tuna or tuna belly, ripe tomatoes, peppers, pine nuts and olive oil.
  • Bollos de bleda or bollos de farina de Dacsa: fried pastries filled with spinach, anchovy and black pudding.
  • Caldero marinero: includes rock fish, scorpion fish and milt, sautéed tomato, garlic and peppers and fish stock.
  • Paella d’aladroc: this is a very typical paella in Altea, especially in the winter season. It is prepared with cauliflower, anchovies, artichokes and broad beans.
  • Pebrot: dish prepared with blue fish (dolphinfish), chopped paprika, garlic and bay leaf.
  • Tarta de Benidorm: dough prepared with ground almonds, sugar, flour and eggs, perfumed with
    cinnamon, orange and lemon extracts. It has a filling of angel’s hair, candied orange and soaked sultanas.
  • Bollo de San Blas: a very spongy lemon-flavoured bun, coated in sugar glaze.
  • Llauna de Calp: a dish made with a variety of fish (hake, whiting or palaya) and other seafood (conger eel, crabs, ribs and galleys), accompanied by potatoes.
  • Paella de Bacalao y Coliflor: delicious paella prepared with cod and cauliflower.
  • Espencat: this is one of the city’s typical dishes, prepared with baked strips of red paprika, cod and aubergines.
  • Llandeta: a stew of white fish and rice, accompanied by potatoes.
  • Figatell: a kind of hamburger made with bacon, jowl and pork liver.
  • La Delicá: an artisan sweet baked with orange, sultanas and toasted nuts, filled with angel’s hair.
  • Putcero: a stew prepared with beef, bacon and beef tops, chicken, turnips, carrots, parsnips, sweet potato, ham bone, potatoes and pumpkin.
  • Bogamarins: sea urchins scrambled with eggs, lemon and olive oil.
  • Cruet de Peix: a seafood stew, combined with tomato, potato and onion.
  • Octopus with Penca: one of Jávea’s traditional dishes, accompanied by vegetables.
  • Suc Roig de Peix: dish prepared with grouper, conger eel or monkfish.
  • Festival de Les Arts: indie music festival, exhibition of emerging brands.
  • Valencia Boat Show: Valencia Boat Show that exhibits boats on water and dry boats, activities and events related to the sea, gastronomy.
  • “200 millas a 2”: is an event held in February, organised by the Club Náutico de Altea.
  • Campeonato Mundial de Vela Flying Dutchman: in September
  • Festival de Series / Premios de Literatura: held in April.
  • Nit de l’Art: Photographic Rally in June.
  • Noviembre Cultural Altea La Vella: eventos culturales en el mes de noviembre.
  • Prueba de Natación Mediterranean Coast Altea: held in May.
  • Ruta de Les Ermites: is a series of concerts that starts on the Saturday before
    Easter, with a Benidorm British Fancy Dress Party: is the “unofficial” British fancy dress party, held at the end of Benidorm’s patron saint festivities in November.
  • Pata Negra Sailing trophy: held in December and organised by the Campomanes Sailing Club.
  • Benidorm Pink Weekend: held at the end of May, prior to Gay Pride Day with shows, live performances, outdoor DJ’s, and tastings on the Wine and Tapas Route.
  • Benidorm Summer Festival: takes place during the first week of July, with activities and clases on disconcerting disclases and techniques: Bachata, Kizomba, Cubano and Salsa. There are also concerts, shows and Master Classes.
  • Día del Orgullo, Benidorm Pride: is organised by the ALGTB association together with Benidorm’s gay bars. It is held in the first week of September, on the Levante beach promenade.
  • Festival de Música Internacional “Low Cost”: This festival is held during the last  week of July in the sports city Guillermo Amor. It offers the best of national and international pop, rock and indie music, among other styles.
  • Iberia Festival: is a Pop and Rock Festival held in the Julio Iglesias Auditorium in Benidorm. The date of the festival usually varies from year to year.
  • Swimming round the Peñón de Ifach: a sporting event consisting of a 3,600 metre long crossing, organised by the Real Club Náutico de Calpe.
  • Trofeo Peñón de Ifach: regatta organised by the Real Club Náutico de Calpe, held in May. Calpe-Formentera-Calpe circuit.
  • Photography Competition “Denia Theme”:competition to choose the best photograph in April.
  • Regata Ruta de la Sal: a sporting event that takes place in April. It is an offshore regatta with destination Ibiza and has three departures: Barcelona, Denia and Mallorca.
  • Gandía Half Marathon: sporting event held in November, running through various parts of Gandía.
  • Arenal Blues Festival: this festival is held in March on the Paseo del Tenista  David Ferrer on the Arenal beach. It features the participation of prestigious blues bands.
  • Festival Internacional Xàbia Jazz: enjoy the best Jazz in Xàbia Histórica. It is held
    in the first week of August. It is an excellent occasion for jazz fans to enjoy good music in the open air.
    Festival Xàbia Folk: traditional music festival held in May in the Plaza de la Constitución.
  • Bioparc Valencia: this zoo has an area of 100,000 square metres , w h i c h h o u s e s o s t r i c h e s , elephants , hippopotamuses, gorillas and giraffes.
  • Mestalla Stadium: considered the oldest football stadium in Spain, owned by Valencia Club de Fútbol S.A.D.
  • Instituto Valenciano de Arte Moderno (IVAM): with permanent exhibitions on contemporary art. It includes an underground room containing a section of the medieval wall of Valencia, dating back more than a century.
  • La Lonja de la Seda: is a civil Gothic building that represents the old centre of the silk trade in Valencia, forming part of the so-called Silk Route, which represents this importantbsector of the city’s trade. The Silk Route has a two-hour guided itinerary, with the Velluters neighbourhood being the starting point of this iconic route. The Silk Exchange has been declared a World Heritage Site
    by UNESCO.
  • Marina de Valencia: it is located next to the promenade of Playa del Cabañal. It is surrounded by historic and avant- garde buildings, such as the Edificio del Reloj and the Veles e Vents. It has first class hotels and restaurants. largest markets in Spain, with a building of great architectural value.
  • Altea Golf Club.
  • Campomanes Sailing Club.
  • Altea Sailing Club (Marina).
  • Aqualandia: water park
  • Benidorm Palace: Concert hall, events, shows and spectacles.
  • Finestrat Medieval Market: located in the old part of the town. It is usually held in March, April and May. It generally coincides with Easter Week.
  • Mundomar: marine and exotic animal park.
  • Terra Mítica Theme Park: with a theme based on ancient Mediterranean civilisations (Egypt, Greece, Rome, The Islands, Iberia).
  • Terra Natura: new generation zoo.
  • Aqua Park La Grava: inflatable water park located on La Grava beach, next to the port.

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