Europe Forums

Start a new topic Change Forum
Advanced search

Time to kill - what to see in the vicinity of Xativa, Spain

Jump to last reply

On the day we are due to leave Xativa to Valencia (we have a car), we thought we would plan to arrive in the late afternoon (5-ish) in Valencia and use the day to see something along the way. I couldn't find any towns worth visiting in the direction of Valencia so I thought of doing a hike somewhere. Does anyone have any suggestions of what to visit/where to go for a short hike? I did find a village called Bocairent about 40 min (according to Google Maps) in the other direction. Would that be worth visiting?

Thanks for any help I can get.

3 Replies |Back to top

| Add a Reply

Sign in to comment.

Recent Activity

  • Announcement: Writers Needed for Morocco Guidebook
    by Emily_D Fodor's Editor | Posted on Apr 11, 14 at 05:51 PM
View all Europe activity »
  1. 1 London visit
  2. 2 Need help with Europe Itinerary
  3. 3 21 Days in Central Europe
  4. 4 My itinerary for Greece
  5. 5 Trip Report Our Spain Adventure -- Cordoba, Seville, Granada and Barcelona! (Part One)
  6. 6 Paris Perfect: change of apartment
  7. 7 Driving to Paris... Parking?
  8. 8 Has anyone toured La Pietra near Florence?
  9. 9 Upcoming Spain itinerary-eyeballs please!
  10. 10 London 2nd time around
  11. 11 Tuscany with 13 and 19 year old girls
  12. 12 Day trip to Northern Italy Suggestions
  13. 13 Altitude sickness in Switzerland
  14. 14 Madrid Tapas Tour
  15. 15 Suggestions for Trip to Villefranche-sur-Mer
  16. 16 Trip Report Almost 3 weeks in Sicily in March
  17. 17 Best place to stay with car in Lake Como/Maggiore
  18. 18 Two weeks in Paris ... how to fill?
  19. 19 Ideas for Scotland trip
  20. 20 Road Trip From Barcelona to Seville Ideas?
  21. 21 Budget for 3 Month's
  22. 22 Trouble purchasing tickets to Sagrada Familia online
  23. 23 Questions for my German friends
  24. 24 Best way from Sevila's Airport to Hotel Alphonso X111 ???
  25. 25 Cornwall Trip Addition
View next 25 » Back to the top