Welcome to Casa Contenta Valencia

This beautiful apartment has everything necessary to feel at home from the moment you step inside.
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What we love

Fantastic safe and central location just a few minutes walk from The River Turia, Parque Gulliver Museum of Arts and Science and the historical centre. Light filled interior fully renovated to a high standard with comfortable, good quality furniture and appliances. The lovely high ceilings and plasterwork details. Our favourite Spanish cafe just across the road with its great coffee, friendly staff and delicious carrot cake (amongst other things!).

About us

We, Anita and Raymond are an English/Spanish and Dutch couple with a love for the Spanish lifestyle.
We currently live in Holland, Voorburg but try to escape as much as we can to enjoy
time in Moraira and Valencia - a wonderful combination of coast and city.

The interior

  • Our beautiful, light filled apartment has been recently completely renovated into a comfortable home with quality furnishings and appliances.
  • It has an open plan lounge, dining and kitchen area. The living area has an OLED flat screen TV, bluetooth speaker and fast wi-fi with large sliding doors onto a small balcony.
  • The fully equipped kitchen has a gas hob, combination oven, microwave and Nespresso coffee machine and several other appliances.
  • Three double bedrooms with comfortable beds and mattress toppers. There is a tall Dyson cool fan in each of the bedrooms.

The exterior

  • Casa Contenta Valencia is located on a tree lined street on the first floor of a typical Valencian building with an elevator.
  • Small balcony with a balcony bar and bistro stools.

"Feel contenta in this amazing casa"

Why we chose Valencia

Valencia has so much going for it it’s hard to know where to start! Located on Spain’s east coast this 2,000 year old Roman city boasts wide sandy beaches, striking architecture, a buzzing food scene and culture. It’s the third largest city in Spain but the main attractions are easily walkable around the town centre.

It has 20km of long, sandy beaches and the Turia Gardens, just a short walk from the apartment, has a stretch of greenery that curves 9km around the city - a great place to explore by bike. It has a vibrant nightlife scene from the laid back bohemian vibe in El Carmen to sophisticated cocktails and swanky clubs along the beach. It is the birthplace of Spain’s most famous food ‘The Paella’, boasts over 40 museums, has lots of festivals, music, dances, traditions and a one of kind atmosphere that ropes in visitors from all over the world.

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