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San Vicente Parc and Porta De LÁigua Restaurant

You will find this parc and restaurant a stones throw away of Villa Casa Segunda.


The parc is a leafy forest, botanically very rich, where different species of trees are mixed. There are elms, acacias, poplars, eucalyptus, pine trees, willows, cypresses.  It is worth highlighting the aquatic fish, especially carp, and waterfowl, ducks of different species; squirrels and pigeons also stand out.

The restaurant provides a ´Menu Del Dia´

(Menu of the day) Monday to Friday and a

Buffet Sunday Lunchtime. 

Coffee, Snacks, Ice Creams etc.... are available 

during the day.

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Roman Architecture

Llíria is the capital of the area known as Camp de Túria in the province of Valencia.

Under the Romans, Llíria was as important as Valencia or Sagunt. The town is very rich in Roman finds, including a large Roman leisure center with a temple, shops, pools,

and hot baths.

Recent archaeological excavations have uncovered one of Spain's largest-ever caches of buried coins. Popularly known as the Treasure of Carrer Duc de Llíria, it totals some 6,000 silver denarii minted in the first and third centuries. Another archaeological find was a mosaic of The Twelve Labours of Hercules, which was excavated from a Domus Romana (Roman home) at Can Porcar or Casa de Porcar (Porcar House) in Llíria. It is currently displayed at the National Archaeological Museum of Spain (in Madrid).  Additionally, Llíria's own archaeological museum contains imagery from its original location including details of each of the labors along with other Roman artifacts from the town.


Lliria is well known for its music.

Several thousand of Llíria's residents play musical instruments and the city is well known for its two intensely rival bands (wind orchestras). The first band, the "Banda Primitiva", was formed by a Franciscan friar Antoni Albarracín Enguídanos in 1819 and the subsequent band divided in 1903 to form the rival Unió Musical.

Real Monasterio de San Miguel

de Llíria

This monastery is composed of a group of irregular buildings surrounding the church. The principal façade is topped by the image of San Miguel. Two semi-circular arches are the entry to the holy place; they lead up to a staircase which finishes in the patio. The church has a singular nave with side chapels and is covered by a barrel vault. The ceiling is in the rococo style and displays an important collection of paintings.

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The port city of Valencia lies on Spain’s southeastern coast, where the Turia River meets the Mediterranean Sea.


It’s known for its City of Arts and Sciences, with futuristic structures including a planetarium, an Oceanarium and an interactive museum.


Valencia also has several beaches, including some within nearby Albufera Park, a wetlands reserve with a lake and walking trails.

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Places to Eat and Drink

Heron City is a place where you can enjoy the largest selection of restaurants per square meter! 


More than 20 restaurants and cafes with terraces for all gastronomic tastes and budgets.

From Asian or Italian food to delicious hamburgers through to tapas and international cuisine.

Also enjoy a peaceful coffee, the best waffles in Valencia or a beer on one of our terraces or

in our Irish Pub.

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Bioparc Valencia is a 10-hectare (25-acre) 

zoo park in ValenciaSpain.

The concept of the zoo, called Zooimersion in Spanish, consists of immersing visitors into the animals' habitat and not vice versa.

This is achieved by not using the traditional railings and cages that are common in many zoos, using instead rivers, ponds, streams and rocks to separate visitors from the animals.

Also, great care has been taking in reproducing the eco-systems, including an important collection of African flora.



There are so many beautiful beaches in and around Valencia to suit everyone's preferences.

Some are more secluded than others, it just all depends on what you prefer.

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San Jose Caves

Coves de Sant Josep offers its visitors a quiet boat ride along one of the most spectacular navigable underground rivers. 

The visit includes a 800-meter boat ride and

a 250-meter walk .

The visit lasts approximately 40 minutes, with a constant temperature of 20ºC throughout the year. 

It represents the largest cavity in the province of Castellón and the second in the entire Valencian Community. 

It is the longest navigable underground river in Europe.

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These are just a few places that Lliria, Valencia and the surrounding areas of Valencia has to offer you on your holiday.

Inside the villa we have provided a folder with many other places to visit, restaurants etc. for you to visit and enjoy your time in this

beautiful City.

There's something for everyone!!

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