Valencia: an exciting Spanish city on the Mediterranean that is a true tourist magnet, thanks to its numerous sightseeing attractions and its three beaches. A trip to the “City of Arts and Sciences” — a futuristic-looking complex that houses the L'Hemisfèric planetarium and the L’Oceanogràfic open-air oceanographic museum, among other things — is an absolute must. The Valencia region is also the home of paella! Given that the city is situated at almost the same degree of latitude as Mallorca, the coast enjoys an average annual temperature of 18.3 °C: But watch out, because the temperatures can reach up to 40 °C in the summer! Thankfully, many campsite owners take this into consideration and supply thatched canopies and pools on-site. Let us show you some of the best places to go camping in Valencia.