La albufera de Valencia
It is the largest in Spain and one of the most important wetlands on the Iberian peninsula lake. A place of great ecological interest only hibernating waterfowl species. Its rich waters have traditionally served as sustenance for fishermen and rice growers, giving rise to a succulent cuisine. To taste it, approach the village of El Palmar, a scenario that inspired many works of Blasco Ibanez. Here you can discover typical Valencian dishes such as Paella, Arrós a Banda, or All i Pebre -confeccionado with eels from the lake. After the meal, nothing better than a quiet boat ride on the Albufera, watching the reddish and golden hues of sunset on the water.