Things to see and do - Gandia
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Gandia Travel guide
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Situated on the Costa Blanca, south of Valencia, Gandia is the centre of a large huerta that produces oranges exported from the port of Grau de Gandia. The buildings in this seaside resort stand alongside an immense sandy beach next to the port.
Tourist attractions Gandia : Things to see and do
Duc Alfons el Vell 1 E - 46700 Gandia
Only the patio has retained its Gothic style in this house where St Francis Borgia was born. Today, it is occupied by Jesuits and you can visit some of the sumptuously decorated apartments, several of which have been converted into chapels.
Avenida Del Grau, 142 E - 46730 Gandía
Camping l’Alqueria is located in Gandía, 20 minutes’ walk from the beach. It offers 2 seasonal pools and air-conditioned bungalows with a TV and a porch. The wooden bungalows at l’Alaqueria feture simple décor. Each one has a bathroom and a kitchene..
Sequía del Rey, s/n E - 46730 Gandía
Wonderwall Music Resort - Adults Only is located in Gandía, 1.8 km from the beach. This property offers a busy entertainment programme, including a range of sports and parties with live DJs. The hotel has an outdoor pool with a poolside cocktail bar..
Avenida del Grao, 67 (antigua Pio XI) E - 46700 Gandía
Hotel Los Naranjos is set in central Gandía, near Joan Fuster Park. It offers air-conditioned rooms with free Wi-Fi internet access. Los Naranjos has a cafe-bar, offering a varied continental breakfast. There is a 24-hour front desk, and private par..
Germans Benlliure 22 E - 46730 Grau de Gandía
Although tucked away in a quiet street in the port area, this restaurant is very popular for its cooking based around rice dishes and seafood. Guests can also enjoy a drink on the roof terrace.
Formentera 16 E - 46730 Grau de Gandía
Kayuko is renowned for the quality of its seafood and recipes typical of the region, in particular its savoury rice dishes. Choose from a variety of menus in its bright dining rooms.