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August 01, 2019
Natural, rice fields, boat trips
February 28, 2018
Albufera is a lake, you can get there by bus, have the best paella there (there is a restaurant which has the award "best paella in Spain/which means best in the worls ;) ) after paella you can go for a boat "trip" in the lake for watching the sunset (amazig ones ;) )
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Fran And Danijel
February 22, 2018
Albufera is a natural lake in El Saler national park near Valencia , if you go there do the tour on the lake and wait to se the sunset! It is amazing! The bus number is 25 from Valencia. GO and explore Albufera!
January 11, 2018
Take public bus 25 from Porta de La Mar or rent light bikes. It s only 12 kms from the city and the bike paths are safe. You can do a nice and easy hiking itinerary, watch birds, go on a boat around the lake, eat fantastic paellas en El Palmar and enjoy a beautiful sunset. Bus runs every 10'-15…
December 05, 2017
It is the lake which water is use to water the rice fields used for cooking

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