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The 10 Best Airbnbs in Valencia

Visiting Valencia? Book one of these brilliant Airbnbs to complete your stay

Jennifer Banful
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Whether you want to bask on the beach with your new beau, eat your weight in hearty local cuisine, sight-see around city parks and striking architecture or trek through mountainous countryside, ValenciaSpain’s third largest city – has it all. From its wonderful meandering park that occupies a huge former riverbed and golden stretches of sandy beaches to its teaming food markets and atmospheric old quarter, there’s plenty to see and do, all helped by the fact the city gets more than 300 sunny days a year.

Everyone knows that busy city itineraries need a good base for you to rest your weary feet and get a good night’s kip so you’re refreshed for the next day’s adventure. So, it’s worth picking your accommodation carefully. To help you out, we’ve selected some of the very best Airbnbs to top off your Valencian vacation. From huge countryside villas to stylish city centre apartments, these are some pads worth booking well in advance. After all that romantic getaway won't book itself ...

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Who makes the cut? While we might not stay in and review every Airbnb featured, we've based our list on our expert knowledge of the destination covered, editorial reviews, user reviews, hotel amenities and in-depth research to find you the best stays. This article includes affiliate links. These links have no influence on our editorial content. For more information, see our affiliate guidelines.

Best Airbnbs to book now in Valencia

Casa Progreso in
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Casa Progreso in

After a traditional Valencian experience? This tile-lined, 100-year-old apartment is a throwback to the vintage Mediterranean style. Hosts Lorena and David have restored the beautifully ornate tiles covering the walls and floors and completed the look with vintage dark wood furnishings and old-school accessories like lace bedspreads and arty plates hung on the wall. Plus, you’re just a quick walk away from the bus and metro station to get straight into the heart of the city quickly. 

What’s the budget range? Dirty cheap for a typical three or four-night stay. 

What’s it like to stay here? Top tier for an authentic taste of Valencian design – it's hard not to get lost in the tilework. 

Rooms: 1 bed, 1 bath. Sleeps. 

Historic apartment in El Cabanyal
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Historic apartment in El Cabanyal

Can you smell that? It’s the salty sea breeze wafting through the floor-to-ceiling balcony windows of this 108-year-old studio apartment. Just a stone’s throw from Malva-rosa beach, this historic flat is a dream seaside hangout with ornately carved windows, a traditional wrought iron balcony and turn-of-the-century Mediterranean features. Despite its vintage charm, you’ll find a slick, clean interior perfect for working while away or a comfortable pitstop for couples wanting to explore the city. 

What’s the budget range? So blimming cheap. Rund don't walk. 

What’s it like to stay here? It's a cosy loft space with lots of on-trend design elements to pique your interest. Within walking distance of some of the city's best bars and restaurants. 

Rooms: 1 bed, 1 bath. Sleeps 2. 

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Villa with pool in L’Eliana
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Villa with pool in L’Eliana

Airbnbs don’t come more classy than this art deco masterpiece tucked away in the Valencian countryside. Feel like you're in a period drama getting ready for a day trip in the wood-panelled dressing room, gazing out from the first-floor terrace balcony or paddling about in the pool in the Spanish heat. Plus your ultimate country ad is only a 25-minute drive from the city centre. 

What’s the budget range? A budget-friendly option for a group trip.

What’s it like to stay here? This place is seriously cosy. Ambient wooden interiors, with lots of architectural intrigue and stunning postcard views. Uugh, can we be there right now?

Rooms: 5 beds, 3 baths. Sleeps 6.

Design apartment in El Cabanyal
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Design apartment in El Cabanyal

Looking for the perfect crash pad in Valencia’s old fishing quarter? You won’t do better than this fomer 1926 ice factory, which has been carefully renovated into an architectural wonder. Rustic beams and rough stone walls frame a boho-chic living room and sleek white kitchen. Make a beeline for the Mediterranean-style plunge pool, where you can sit with a glass of wine under glowing string lights in the rustic atrium. When you do feel like leaving, you’re just 800m away from the beach and a stone’s throw from Cabanyal Market.

What’s the budget range? In the mid-ranges; ideal for a group of friends or family holiday. 

What’s it like to stay here? A steal in terms of location - you are super close to the centre and the beach. Style-wise it's sunkissed and minimalist. 

Rooms: 2 beds, 2 baths. Sleeps 6.

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Villa Huerta in Manises
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Villa Huerta in Manises

After a rural retreat? This fairytale villa houses up to 16 guests at a time and there’s plenty to occupy every one of them from the huge outdoor swimming pool, sunny terrace, barbeque (in its own handsomely tiled outhouse), sauna, jacuzzi and landscaped gardens. See you by the beer tap at the outdoor bar.

What’s the budget range? Pretty decent when you split the bill as a large group. 

What’s it like to stay here? This villa is like waking up in a dream. And that pool? Just wow.

Rooms: 11 beds, 12 baths. Sleeps 16 or more. 

Little Venice apartment in the walkable Port Saplaya
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Little Venice apartment in the walkable Port Saplaya

There’s plenty of reasons why Port Saplaya is nick-named the Little Venice of Valencia. This tranquil pocket of the city is one of the most picturesque: filled with winding waterways lined with colourful apartment buildings. The balcony of this roomy flat looks right out onto the tranquil spot, so you can have an alfresco breakfast looking at the boats scooting down below. There are two bedrooms (one of which has a double bed and two single beds making it good for families) and you’re just around the corner from the beach and the city centre. 

What’s the budget range? A budget-friendly five-night minimum stay. You're welcome. 

What’s it like to stay here? A really cute apartment, with beautiful sunlight pouring through from the balcony.  

Rooms: 2 beds, 2 baths. Sleeps 4. 

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House by the beach in El Cabanyal
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House by the beach in El Cabanyal

If holidays mean big groups and long balmy nights entertaining, this beachside pad was made for you. Mixing vintage Mediterranean charm with an industrial edge, this recently restored town house has a huge kitchen-diner, perfect for parties and a beautiful plant-filled courtyard glowing with string lights for sipping after-dinner cocktails in. Unique touches like the spiral staircase up to the attic bedroom and the rustic wrought iron balcony looking down onto the chic streets below make this place extra-special. 

What’s the budget range? It's pretty cheap for a stay at this industrial haven. 

What’s it like to stay here? This cosy base has a unique urban flare and is well-located too. You're minutes from the beach and the city's tramway. 

Rooms: 2 beds. 1.5 baths. Sleeps 4.

Earthen home in Jérica
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Earthen home in Jérica

Forget a villa. Why not rent out your very own cave? These apartments are carved out of the Jérican mountains with bare rock walls jutting out into the otherwise minimalist living rooms. The most impressive spot is the shared courtyard swimming pool with atmospheric rock alcoves towering over the water. Despite the Flinstones vibes you’ll find plenty of mod cons with a full equipped kitchens and bathrooms. Spend time exploring the winding local hiking trails or hop the bus to get to the city centre.

What’s the budget range? A great low-cost getaway with a beautiful natural backdrop.

What’s it like to stay here? The cliffside creates an outdoors-in kind of vibe. Great if you love the elements and seeking adventure.

Rooms: 2 beds, 1 bath. Sleeps 4. 

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Wabi-Sabi loft apartment in  El Cabanyal
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Wabi-Sabi loft apartment in El Cabanyal

Looking straight from the pages of Elle Decoration, this loft apartment is the ultimate seaside stay. A stunning backdrop of wooden-beamed ceilings, rough brick walls, smart hardwood doors and sleek tiled floors is topped off to perfection with impeccably throughout details like the cane-backed art deco chairs, egg-shaped free-standing bath and dried flowers hanging from the ceiling. 

What’s the budget range? This is a moderately-priced one, with lots of flair.  

What’s it like to stay here? Like a slice of Tokyo but with the Mediterranean sun. 

Rooms: 2 beds, 1 bath. Sleep 4. 

Picturesque beachfront home in El Perrollonet
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Picturesque beachfront home in El Perrollonet

This pretty beachfront two-bed home in El Perellonet is nothing short of stunning. It's a stay so relaxing we call it the whitewashed paradise you won't want to leave. Inside the decor is a mix of elegant, vintage and beachy vibes that are sure to help you relax and unwind. You're by the sea after all ...

What’s the budget range? Super affordable for such a stunning space close to the sea. 

What’s it like to stay here? Along with it's gorgeous design elements and private access (with exception to the shared laundry room), you'll have direct access to the breach. It's hard to complain.

Rooms: 1 bed, 1 bath. Sleeps 4.

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