Ferry to Valencia - Menorca (Butó), Spain

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Valencia

Information about Valencia
0 information about Valencia 2 Valencia is Spain's third largest city and is considered to be a progressive city, with spectacular architecture It is known for its excellent weather and sandy beaches, and more than 500 km of coastline The city of Valencia is famous for being the home of paella and possesses excellent restaurants throughout the city, including a number of tapas bars in the old town, around the large Plaza de la Reina Among other attractions there are The Hemisfèric Planetarium which has a planetarium, modern cinema and information astronomy; Palacio de las Artes Reina Sofia, which is a beautiful recreation complex to promote the arts of Valencia, the Oceanographic Park who collects many marine species, including the beluga, dolphins, penguins and a myriad of colorful tropical fish; and the Museo de las Ciencias Principe Felipe, a vast Museum and extraordinary building, full of scientific information and interactive technology The port of Valencia has regular services to and from the Balearic Islands and Italy, along with a growing number of cruise ships
Valencia

Menorca (Butó)

Information about Menorca (Butó)
Maó (Spanish: Mahón) is a Spanish municipality of 29,125 inhabitants located in the autonomous community of the Balearics on the island of Menorca. It is the easternmost municipality of Spain.
It is a natural fjord, one of the largest in Europe and has historically been the gateway to many civilizations, given its strategic position in the center of the Mediterranean: a natural fortress open to the sea that has been the most coveted refuge in the Mediterranean for fight the winds of the north wind, the fury of the sea and especially the enemy raids.
Menorca airport is located in the municipality of Maó.
Menorca (Butó)