The excursion begins at Calle Serranos (close to Serranos towers).
Here you ’ ll meet your guide who lead you until Albufera Natural Park. It is a national park and surrounded by wetlands with about 250 different bird species. We’ ll begin the tour leaving the old city and descending into the Turia gardens, where the river used to flow through, in the direction of the City of Arts and Sciences.
We ’ ll ride on the bike line, until the end of the Turia park, then we leave it going up a bridge and we’ll ride until we’ll reach the little town of El Palmar, located in the middle of the lagoon, and here, we’ll take a boat for an incredibly relaxing boat trip on the lagoon!
We’ ll finish the tour with a special valencian lunch: paella! At La Albufera the tradition of paella kept growing through time and it is where you can taste the best paella in Spain!
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- Duration: 5 Hrs
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Carrer dels Serrans, 16, 46003 València, Valencia, Spain
Return Details :
Returns to original departure point
Cancellation Policy : This activity is non-refundable Tours booked using discount coupon codes will be non refundable.
Riding and cruising deep into nature. The Albufera Nature Reserve is one of the most important parks of the region. In its lagoon, over 250 different species of birds are nested. We will take you outside the city going through Turia River Gardens. Passing along the park, we will ride next to the famous City of Arts and Science and well reach the heart of the lagoon. From the small town El Palmar we will take the boat and enjoy a very relaxing and enchanting scenic tour. Here you will have the chance to live an authentic gastronomic experience tasting Paella, the traditional dish which made Valencia popular worldwide
- Enjoy a day away from the hustle and bustle of the city
- Ideal choice for families
- Informative, friendly and professional guide
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- Perfect for all ages and skill level
- Travel by boat and see the sights from the water
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The excursion begins at Calle Serranos (close to Serranos towers).
paella Lunch (drinks not included)
boat tour around the Natural lagoon of Albufera
Use of bicycle
Use of helmet
Hotel pickup and drop-off (if option not selected)
Entry/Admission - Ciudad de las Artes y las Ciencias
Confirmation will be received at time of booking
Infant seats available
Children must be accompanied by an adult
Not wheelchair accessible
Near public transportation
Travelers should have a moderate physical fitness level
This tour/activity will have a maximum of 14 travelers
Face masks required for travelers in public areas
Face masks required for guides in public areas
Hand sanitizer available to travelers and staff
Social distancing enforced throughout experience
Regularly sanitized high-traffic areas
Gear/equipment sanitized between use
Transportation vehicles regularly sanitized
Guides required to regularly wash hands
Regular temperature checks for staff
Très belle journée en compagnie d’Alexandra qui est agréable et sympathique. Elle nous a donné pleins d’informations intéressantes. Cette excursion permet de sortir et découvrir les alentours de valence autrement. Très bonne paella Valencienne. Notre enfant de 10 ans a fait le tour sans problèmes. Il faut quant même avoir l’habitude de faire de longues promenades en vélo. Merci beaucoup Alexandra pour ce beau souvenir qu’il nous restera.
Les petites routes et chemins qui sillonnent les rizières de l'Albufera sont agréables et tournicotent , ce qui fait qu'on a le vent avec soi ou contre. C'est plaisant et jamais monotone, malgré l'absence de relief. Le retour à notre point de départ passait par les plages avec vue sur le port de Valence et malheureusement par une zone commerciale et industrielle assez peu réjouissante (Alfafar-Torrent-Silla-Alcasser). Concernant le littoral, je ne peux que déplorer l'excès de béton et l'urbanisation outrancière.
Absolutely gorgeous ride - the best way to see Albufera! This tour can be booked directly with PassionBike Valencia. If you are not in great shape, or don't want to work too hard and just want to cruise, pay the extra and go for the electric bikes! Andre our guide spoke excellent English, was super knowledgeable, and very friendly. Because you are on a trail (by the way really nice route) the whole group won't be close enough to hear what he is saying so you have to kind of switch back and forth who is riding close to him. The boat tour was ok - the boat driver was very nice (I think we were all just ready for beverages and lunch). The Paella lunch was absolutely amazing. Expect the ride to be a long one and that you might be a bit tired afterwards. This tour is definitely worth the time and the money.
Really enjoyable trip, but had the potential to be exceptional with a few refinements. This is not for the fainthearted or casual rider - it took us until 4:45 (instead of 3:00) to get back to the start despite us being commended for being a fast group. Probably should check fitness levels before heading off as there are no shortcuts back. Bikes were good for the job, though half way through before we realised everyone else were on e-bikes! Really nice route on mainly paved roads - no hills which was a plus! A bit more commentary along the way would have helped - Andre knew his stuff when prompted 1-2-1 but would have been nice to stop occasionally for us all to hear it. As for the paella, absolutely gorgeous and plenty for everyone! All in all a good trip that could be brilliant with a few improvements - still would recommend as a lovely way to see beyond the city. David + Gillian Tate
what can I say, fun, fun, and more fun. 20th April 10am bike tour with Luke, biking to the beach, lakes and having Paella in the home of Paelle. A 5hr tour!!! hmmmmm well we got back to the bike shop at 5:45pm!! so we had our monies worth. We were in a large group of 20 (mainly OAP's) with use four in out 40's being the youngest! Please note, the biking is all on the flat, arpart from going up the slopes of the bridges. Once we started, the only stopping you do is to see the sights on the way where Luke expalined things to us (all in English). We kept going till we stopped at a fabulous resturant in el Palmar for a real paella. I can't recommend this resturant enough, it's not some two bit cafe.. it's a proper posh resturant. We had Beer & wine (that was an extra few euros per head, but cheap for what we had) a starter, main and dessert.. plenty to eat!! Then we went on teh boat trip.. lasts about 45mins. Lovely on the lake, peacful and great way to rest your legs. Once back on dry land.. it's the ride back... the way we came!! Great fun, loved it... suffered with saddle sores for the following few days as I'm not used to biking.. let along being in the saddle all those hours.# Big shout out to Luke the tour guide. He was great. I think the big group was a bit to big to try and keep together. (a guy from the bike shop also come with you to keep up the rear and as bike maintanance). It's a steady day biking, not a slow bike ride... also it's mainly on cycle tracks but it does go on some roads. Not sure I'd recommend it with kids, having to go on the roads. Bikes have planty of gears and are easy and have an easy ride possition... some with baskets on the front Well worth the money, highly recommend it. A great way to see Valencia.