• Popular Festivals
    ‘FIESTA DE SAN JUAN’ BY THE BEACH ON JUNE 23rd!

    The biggest beach party of the year is back this Thursday for some magical mayhem! Fiesta de San Juan will return to Valencia’s beaches this Thursday after two years of coronavirus. Starting at sunset, which will be at half past nine, the annual fiesta is set to be full of fun, mischief, and mystical tradition. […]

  • Sports
     CRICKET IN VALENCIA

    On the back of the recent test match at Trent Bridge in Nottingham between England and New Zealand, it is worth revisiting the cricket scene in Valencia. One of the premier clubs in Spanish cricket is Levante CC. Founded in 2012 when a handful of expats started playing under ‘Puente de La Exposición’ of Valencia, […]

  • Music
    A ‘24/7 VALENCIA’ INTERVIEW WITH IMELDA MAY, ’11 PAST THE HOUR’

    Imelda May  took centre stage at Valencia’s Deleste Festival last summer. The prominent Irish singer, who incorporates elements of rock and jazz in her work, kindly sat down to answer some questions in an exclusive interview for ‘24/7 Valencia’. The interview no doubt conveys her strong creative presence and perceptive nature, as she delves into […]

  • Places
    Aragon says yes to Valencia and the Way of the Holy Grail !

    Aragon says yes to the Way of the Holy Grail on the 20th anniversary of the Cultural Association of the Way of the Holy Grail! The Way of the Holy Grail, because of its frequency in the celebration of the Jubilee and the significance of the sacred relic of the Holy Chalice, is the most […]

  • Places
    Artesanía Yuste (Valencia Ceramics)

    Finding ‘Artesanía Yuste’ in itself feels like stepping back in time, tiny winding streets crowned with balconies overflowing with potted plants. Small, independent shops and restaurants hidden away from the eyes of tourists. A place that does not exist online, Artesanía Yuste does not have a website, it does not use social media but instead […]

  • Nightlife
    La Ruta: Valencia’s Hidden Underground, Coming to the Surface

    Just a day after I arrived in Valencia, my attention was drawn to a cultural movement existing here in the 80s and 90s. Labelled ‘La Ruta del Bakalao’ (also known as the Destroy Route, or simply La Ruta), this was a scene that represented many things at once: unlimited expression, the acceptance of all, and […]

  • Places
    ‘MERCADO DE TAPINERIA’…THE EPHEMERAL MARKET OF VALENCIA

    Hidden within the old town of Valencia, lies the modern vibrant ‘Mercado de Tapineria’. The trendy market square is a contrast to the quaint architecture enclosing it. Decorated in bright colourful bunting and wrapped up in tall white buildings, the urban environment is a must-see. If you are looking for somewhere to relax and escape […]

  • Sports
    ROWING IN THE VALENCIA REGION (Beniarrés)

    On June 4, the SUMA Regional Olympic Rowing Championship was held at the Beniarrés reservoir. This event is special because the closed reservoir provides stable, calm waters. A hundred athletes gathered, including children’s, cadet and youth categories. Good weather conditions lasted throughout the day. The various categories were 1X, 2X and 4X, according to the […]

  • Music
    Le Garçon Rêvé’s new album “Give Your Soul a Chance” is out now!

    Valencia’s Le Garçon Rêvé released their third album “Give Your Soul a Chance” on the 3rd June. The band is composed of duo John Martinez (vocals) and Diego Summo (guitar), who continue their musical journey after the dissolution of their previous band Megaphone Ou La Mort. The alternative rock group premiered with their first album, […]

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