If you intend to cram as much into your stag weekend as possible, then Valencia is the place to be in for stag weekend activities . It is the perfect party loving inexpensive location draped with magnificent architectures and complemented by hundreds of sexy bars, clubs and restaurants. Valencia stag weekends are certain to deliver big time.
Valencia is a great location for your stag do having a bit of everything for you and your best friends. The province of Valencia is famous for its discotheques, where the music plays until dawn. They are situated on the outskirts of the city and on the Valencia – Cullera road, crossing numerous residential estates and beaches. If you want easy access to some of Valencia’s best sights, plazas, cathedrals and restaurants, then stay in the old town also known as Barrio del Carmen.
You would love this place going by the plethora of activities you can choose from:
a) Visit the Holy Grail cathedral dominating the Plaza de la Virgen. Inside one of the cathedral’s chapels, the Capilla del Santo Caliz, the Holy Grail looks out over the pews from a glass-enclosed case in the center of the altar. b) Spend a few hours basking in the Sun in the café con leche in the Plaza de la Virge. c) Make your way to the Ciudad de las Artes y las Ciencias, a blindingly white, futuristic complex of concert spaces, botanical gardens, planetarium, science museum and aquarium. d) Gaze at some of the works of Spain’s masters Goya, El Greco and Velazquez at the cobalt blue roofed Museo de Bellas Artes museum. e) Enjoy real paella, a typical Valencia delicacy including langoustines, chicken, rabbit, vegetables and seafood, at a restaurant which serves it best – L’Alter. f) Visit the L’Oceanografic, the biggest and most ambitious in Europe, recreating whole climatic zones (Arctic, Antarctic, tropical) and housing dolphins, penguins, sea lions and even small whales. g) Take a trip to the Saler Beach located fourteen km from the city centre and surrounded by exquisite pine trees. h) Try some marketing at the Silk Exchange, a building that looks every inch a castle with its turreted roof and has been used for the making of silk and textile products since the 16th and 17th centuries. i) Enjoy the city’s botanical gardens, the Jardin Botanico, situated at the western end of Rio Turia, and containing forty three thousand plan species from around the world.
Also remember that Valencia is one of the wildest evening locations you could pick in Spain. With the city leaning towards Flamenco and Salsa, it is up to you to mingle with the endless conveyor belt of perfectly-formed females in a series of scintillating clubs, or chat with other deliriously inebriated weekenders in and around the popular Eurozone area.
There is no doubt that Valencia is the perfect place to enjoy your stag party weekends in. With so much to see and enjoy in this beautiful place, you should not feel the need to look elsewhere.