Make a holiday home, apartment, house or villa in Sagunto, Spain your home away from home
Sagunto is a pretty coastal city in Valencia in eastern Spain. It is just a short distance north of the city of Valencia so in addition to the historic attractions near your Sagunto self catering accommodation you can also enjoy the coast, the scenery, and plenty of other attractions nearby. This makes accommodation in Sagunto a perfect choice for families, couples and friends.
Things to do on holiday in Sagunto, Spain
Sagunto is a lovely destination for a self catering holiday. The city is large enough that it’s bustling with everyday life – there’s a great market where you can stock up on some of the tasty local Valencian produce, or there are supermarkets for your other grocery requirements. The city also has some great restaurants and bars where you can enjoy a friendly drink or a meal – perhaps paella as this originates in the region?!
When you want to relax try one of the lovely beaches in the area, or if your Sagunto self catering accommodation has a pool enjoy a relaxing swim and a sunbathe in the Mediterranean sun. With the mountains inland there are always many scenic places to walk and hike, and plenty of small traditional Spanish villages to seek out and enjoy.
Places to visit on holiday in Sagunto, Spain
The city has several of its own attractions plus there are many other places to visit nearby too. Staying close to your accommodation in Sagunto you can enjoy the citadel remains, perched on top of the hill and on the slope of the hill are the remains of a Roman amphitheatre. In the city are several beautiful churches, such as the Church of Our Saviour, and St Mary’s Church, plus the old Jewish quarter of the city is interesting with its narrow streets that lead up the hill towards the citadel. Finally the City Palace (or town hall), is a very beautiful building featuring a neoclassical façade over an 18th century building.
The city of Valencia is only a 30 minute drive from self catering accommodation in Sagunto. This is Spain’s third largest city and has lots to see and do. As well as the historical attractions, Valencia has many very modern buildings and museums to see too. There’s the largest aquarium in Europe for example, and the Las Fallas festival in March is very popular.
The weather in Sagunto, Spain
Sagunto self catering accommodation can be visited throughout the year with the warm Mediterranean climate experienced here. The summers are hot and dry and temperatures remain warm right through the winter with an average high of 15C (59F) in January, the coolest month. Rainfall is possible throughout the year though the wettest months are April, May and October.
Flights to Sagunto, Spain
Being so close to Valencia, getting to self catering accommodation in Sagunto is quick and easy. You can choose from the two budget airlines easyJet and Ryanair for affordable flights to Valencia.