Moto GP enthusiasts Nick & Suzanne from the UK here to to take in the sights and sound of Valencia and the Final of The Moto GP championships.
Nick and Suzanne arrived on Thursday for a couple of nights, with the main purpose of their trip to Spain being a visit to the Moto GP in Valencia on Sunday. They landed at Alicante airport on Thursday afternoon and then drove up to us, arriving in time for dinner that evening. They soon settled in, making firm friends with our dogs!
Friday was spent looking around Gandia, Playa de Gandia and the surrounding area, and they again dined with us on Friday evening. They also have the idea that they might like to live in Spain one day, so were interested to hear about our experiences in settling in this part of the world. Saturday morning saw their departure for Valencia City, where they are staying for the rest of their visit to Spain. Their plan is to go to the Moto GP on Sunday and then spend the rest of their time exploring the city, seeing the sights, and discovering what the rest of this part of the coast has to offer. It was a pleasure having them to stay with us, and who knows – we might well find that they return to us in the future, as they certainly seemed to be impressed with the region. We look forward to seeing them again!
The Comunitat Valenciana Ricardo Tormo Circuit
The Circuit makes up a total area of 1.5 million square metres located in the Cambrillas area in the Cheste municipal district, just 20 km from Valencia city and 5 km from the Manises airport and only 60 km from Gandia Casa Rural Bed and Breakfast.
Full Name: Circuito de la Comunidad Valenciana Ricardo Tormo, Valencia, Spain
Address: Autovía A3. Salida 334. Aptdo Correos 101. 46380 Cheste (Valencia)