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Make an apartment in Canet d'en Berenguer your home away from home

Canet d'en Berenguer holiday apartments have a privileged location close to one of the best beaches in the entire region. This makes it an ideal spot for a family getaway, thanks also to the superb local amenities, including restaurants, interesting historical sights and a marina. Canet d'en Berenguer holiday homes are new constructions, designed for stress-free family holidays, equipped with the appliances you'd count on in your home, alongside comforts like air-con and private pools. Holiday apartments in Canet d'en Berenguer are not far from the city of Valencia, which has the culture, shopping and dining of a modern urban centre, as well as some fantastic beaches of its own.

Things to do

-Beach. Considered by many to be one of the best in the Valencia province, the local beach at Raco de Mar is a kilometre and a quarter long and 80 metres-wide. Awarded the prestigious Blue Flag, it has fine, pale sand and clear waters. There are dunes and a boardwalk here, as well all the services you could need for a relaxing day by the Mediterranean.

-Local sights. Sagunt is a city that dates back to before Roman times and is blessed with architectural fragments from a variety of eras. One of the most impressive is the Roman theatre, which can seat 8000 people and is used to this day for special events and open-air concerts. The citadel is also well worth seeing - large sections of its Roman/Moorish walls are still intact. For an overview of Sagunt's history, visit the Archaeological Museum, which has some important Roman and pre-Roman artefacts.

-Local cuisine. Much of the surrounding landscape here is covered with citrus orchards, where oranges are grown for export, but also for local markets. One of the region's most famous dishes is paella, which is native to Valencia and entails fish or meat simmered with saffron-infused rice. Arros negre is a variation, dyed black with the natural ink of the squid.

-Valencia. This city melds the ultra modern with the historic to great success. Don't miss the City of Art and Science, which features some eye-catching architecture and contains attractions such as Europe's largest aquarium. Barrio del Carmen is the place to go for a look at old Valencia, with a layout that hasn't been altered much since Roman and then Moorish times. See the Silk Exchange for a fabulous piece of Valencian Gothic architecture.

-Nature. In Sagunt's hinterland is the Serra Calderona, a mountain range with some surprisingly high peaks and lots of geological and historical interest. One of the top man-made landmarks is the Porta Coeli Carthusian Monsastery, in a picturesque setting amid cypress trees backed by mountains. The range is full of deep gorges and natural caves, which are steeped in local folklore and can be reached via well-marked trails.

Weather in Canet d'en Berenguer

This is a warm Mediterranean region, with very mild winters, and summers that are long, hot and almost invariably sunny. Arrive at a holiday home in Canet d'en Berenguer between May and September, and you should get highs between 25 and 35 degrees. Rainfall is very uncommon until around October when there are infrequent heavy downpours. On a normal day in December temperatures will push into the mid or high-teens, dropping down to five or six degrees at night.

Travel to Canet d'en Berenguer

The airport for Canet d'en Berenguer holiday rentals is Valencia (VLC), which is just over half an hour by car from the resort. This airport is large, handling plenty of routes from the UK, especially in the busier summer season. By car you can simply follow the A-7 from the terminal to Canet d'en Berenguer. There are also regular trains from the centre of Valencia to nearby Sagunt on the C-6 suburban line. Valencia itself can be reached from Madrid via the high-speed AVE train line, or from Barcelona by the marginally slower long-distance train.

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Canet d'en Berenguer Holiday Apartments & Rentals (300+)

 

Recent Reviews

Perfect apartment for a city break

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From beginning to end of the booking it has been a very smooth process. Excellent communication from Luis at all times. The apartment is perfect, spacious, clean and a good location too. So nice to have shampoo and shower gel etc for us to use in the apartment so we didnt need to take our own although we did take some things with us which we have left behind for others to use such as suntan lotion. It takes about half hour to get to the airport via the metro, very easy journey. 17 minute walk to the Market (we timed it) which is a good starting point for the old town - it is open from 8 am until 2.30 pm. We got lost on arrival coming out of Angel Guimera station so more specific directions would have been handy but we found it after quite a walk. Plus the front door is stiff, as explained in the Tenants Notes, so persevere because we thought we couldn't get in. Angel Guimera station is quite large and there are several exits. Finding the correct exit will make your walk to the apartment much easier. Ask Luis for the exact name of the exit as I can't remember it but I know you have to walk through one section of the station to another part of it and along a different platform before exiting. The metro takes you to the beach which is huge and has s selection of umbrellas, sun loungers or just miles and miles of sand to sit on. We dined in the Marina Beach club which wasn't expensive. The apartment feels like home and has everything you would expect in your own home such as iron, hairdryer, airer, toaster, DVD etc etc. Beds were comfy and clean. The Danish supermarket is brilliant and Luis is correct in saying buy the ugly oranges they give so much juice. Thank you Luis for renting out your lovely apartment.
  • Review Submitted: Jul 20, 2017
  • Date of Stay: Jul 2017

Really nice stay

5 of 5
The apartment was well situated near everything we wanted to visit (15-20min walk to jardin del Turin and the city of sciences) and had everything we could have needed. On top of this, Monica and Simon were very helpful from start to finish and there was a folder in the apartment with all the information we might need about how things worked and guides for Valencia. All in all this made for a very pleasant stay and I would definitely recommend it.
  • Review Submitted: Jul 17, 2017
  • Date of Stay: Jul 2017