It is the largest lake in Spain and one of the most important wetlands in the Iberian peninsula. A place of great Ecological interest in which unique species of waterfowl hibernate. Its rich waters have traditionally served as a livelihood for fishermen and rice farmers, giving rise to succulent cuisine. To taste it, approach the town of El Palmar, a scenario that inspired many works by Blasco Ibáñez. Here you can discover typical valencian dishes such as Paella, Arrós a Banda, or the All i Pebre – made with eels from the lake. After lunch, there is nothing better than a quiet boat ride through Albufera, contemplating the reddish and golden tones of the sunset over the waters.