Take a wakeboard trip to the beautiful city of Valencia and combine culture with sport. The city is one of Spain’s best-loved, a vibrant port with roots in the Roman era and a determinedly modern outlook. It lies on the Orange Blossom Coast, looking out to the Mediterranean.
On a Valencia wakeboard trip, check out the miles of gorgeous beaches on the city’s waterfront, and out beyond that in the province of Valencia. They tick all the tourist brochure boxes, with white sand, clear water and plenty of sun. Local operators can take you and your board out riding.
A little way south of the city, in the province of Valencia, you’ll find Gandia Water Park. This is a cable water park offering good lake wakeboarding in lovely countryside surroundings.
You can also explore the coast around Valencia on a wakeboard trip. Lots of little coastal towns will have a wakeboarding boat or two. Take a ride, enjoy the beach and then hit the tapas bars…holidays just don’t get much better! The Orange Blossom Coast is one of Spain’s most unspoilt, so if you’re not keen on tourist crowds, it’s the place to be. Javea is the most popular, and has some superb beaches. Oropesa is another good choice, with a popular marina and several beaches. Both places offer wakeboarding.
A Valencia wakeboard trip offers plenty of opportunities to get out on the water and have fun. The city and the province that surrounds it offer some of the best views and loveliest beaches in Spain. You’ll have plenty of beach and water space to explore, and you’ll be able to take in some of the lively local culture too.