Cullera is a nice cozy city, located on the Mediterranean coast, which has certain activities to suggest to the students, living there. It goes without saying that the sea, which is, indeed, just right around the corner, allows you to spend time on the beach, catching some warm sun rays, swimming and enjoying Spanish weather in full. However, there are some more leisure activities to be done close to Cullera. Some of them include horse riding, surfing and windsurfing, diving, fishing, and many more.
For more information regarding the activities, you can ask at the reception. They will provide everything needed and you will be able to book it instantly. The activities are paid by the student, not the school.
As Cullera is a province of Valencia, students hae possibility to visit this city on everyday basis. Valencia is the third largest city in Spain which has a mix of old and new buildings in its architecture. It has a plenty of cool things to do, especially for students, who want to broaden their mind and immerge into the Spanish atmosphere. One of the most beautiful squares in Valencia is the Plaza de la Reina, or ‘Queen's Square’ in English, located in the old town. It´s a very beautiful and cozy place with a lot of restaurants and bars. Valencia´s Central Market is very famous place which is, indeed, unique and worth to see. There are some really interesting stalls here: some of the fruit and vegetables may look strange to visitors, and so may some of the traditional meat products which are still popular here but not in northern parts of Europe. The ‘City of Arts and Sciences’ in Valencia is widely recommended as a must-see for any first-time visitor to the city. It suggests many things to its visitors as:
- L'Hemisferic, was designed to look like a giant human eye. It offers, among other things, a 3D panoramic cinema, which is always popular with both locals and tourists.
- El Museu de les Ciències Príncipe Felipe, or the Prince Philip Science museum. It has a programme of changing exhibits at various times of the year and you don't have to be a science fan to enjoy it.
- Then there is L'Oceanogràfic, which is basically a small version of Sea World. There is a dolphin display and it has the largest glass water tunnel in Europe to walk through, directly underneath the massive fish tank, with sharks swimming a few metres from your face!
- El Palau de les Arts Reina Sofía is the next part, which is an impressive looking opera house and theatre.
- The last and newest bit is L'Àgora, which is a covered exhibition space and sports arena with the shape of an ellipse.