Valencia

Top places for remote working in Valencia

A vibrant city centre, a warm and sunny climate, and a beautiful beachfront have led Valencia to become a popular destination for remote workers seeking a Mediterranean lifestyle. 

The city of Valencia is Spain’s third-largest city after Madrid and Barcelona. You can expect all of the shopping, nightlife and bustling restaurant scene that you’ll find in a modern European city, but Valencia combines these modern facilities with warm Spanish hospitality and a laid back atmosphere. There’s also a large aquarium, state-of-the-art science park, and bioparc spanning 10 hectares to explore. 

Famous for its ‘Fallas’ parades, fireworks, and street parties, Valencia exudes a rich culture which you can soak up walking around the picturesque city centre. 

Dining out in Valencia is a treat for any foodie! The city is home to one of Spain’s most well-known dishes, the paella, and you’ll find dozens of great eateries, all competing to serve their take on the much-loved dish. Valencia is renowned for its excellent choice of quality dining experiences, with lots of cafe’s, bars, and restaurants offering a range of local and international cuisine. 

The setting of Valencia and the surrounding region is picturesque. Mountains, orange groves and pine forests can all be found around a 30-minute drive outside of the city centre. If the beach is more your scene, then you can head to one of the city’s popular beaches or you can head north or south of the city, and explore miles of quieter sandy Mediterranean beaches. You can also reach many of the popular beach resorts along the Costa Blanca such as Benidorm in around 90 minutes by car. 

You can get there by road, rail and air. The city is well-connected to other parts of Spain and has regular flights to northern Europe. Valencia is a great base if you want to work and live in the sunshine while enjoying easy access to the rest of Europe. 

With so much on offer, we’ve narrowed down a selection of the top places for remote working in Valencia:

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Best place to stay in Valencia for a Digital Nomad:

Coliving Valencia

wayCO coworking and Singular Stays have partnered up to provide an exciting package for remote workers and digital nomads looking for a place to work and stay in Valencia. From 999€ per month, you rent a city centre studio apartment (including some bills such as electricity, water, and  internet), and enjoy the wayCO facilities. You can find out more on their website here.

Valencia is also home to a huge range of hotels and private apartments depending on your specific needs. The city centre and beach neighbourhoods are generally the most popular but most expensive, but generally the prices are considerably lower than in other Spanish cities such as Barcelona or Madrid. 

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Best coworking spaces in Valencia:

wayCO:

wayCO offer two spacious and well-equipped coworking spaces in Valencia city centre, near Valencia’s Nord train station. 

Over 300 digital nomads, freelancers and small businesses choose to work with wayCO, so picking wayCO as a base for your work could be an excellent opportunity to meet new people and build your network. 

There are four monthly plans available depending on the level of access you need, and there are also day and week passes on offer. 

If you need a meeting space, you can book private rooms and there’s also the facility to book team spaces if you are a remote working team that need some time together. 

Vortex Coworking

Vortex Coworking offers two trendy office locations in Valencia. There’s an office located in the city centre, and one near Playa de las Arenas, one of the cities beautiful sandy beaches. 

There are several packages available so you can pick whichever best fits your needs. There are day passes, week passes and three monthly plans available. 

Aside from desk space, the city centre and beach venues offer meeting rooms, event areas, soundproof booths, and offer 24hr access.

Do you have a pet dog that you don’t want to leave at home all day? Every day is ‘bring your dog to work day’ at Vortex which offers a pet-friendly environment. Learn more about Vortex Coworking on their website here

Best café in Valencia for remote working with a sea view

La mas bonita

Situated on the beach on the Paseo de la Patacona in Alboraya, La Mas Bonita is a beach house style cafe, with a sister cafe on Ruzafa in Valencia city.  The cafe offers a light airy atmosphere for having breakfast, a light lunch or a coffee while catching up on your work activities.  Welcoming all ages, if taking a workation with your family it’s the perfect place for them to head to the beach afterwards while you carry on working or join them afterwards! 

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Best venue in Valencia for meeting space

Botanico Coworking Space

Located near Valencia’s botanical garden, Botanico coworking space offers two modern and well-equipped meeting rooms at competitive prices. You can rent out the rooms for an hour or a whole working day, depending on how long you need them for. 

The Boston room can host up to 6 people for 15€ per hour. The larger Calathea room has capacity for up to 15 people and can be rented for 100€ for the workday. 

Both of the meeting rooms have access to 1000mb internet, a whiteboard and projector, and complimentary tea and coffee facilities. You can find out more on their website here.

wayCO

wayCO offer a large selection of meeting rooms, exhibition areas and training areas to cater for a wide range of meetings and events. The smallest room holds up to 3 visitors, while the largest spaces can hold up to 80 sitting guests. 

Prices vary depending on the room you require. You can find out more about their range of meeting spaces on their website here.

Best for a virtual office

Botanico

Botanico offers a competitively priced virtual office facility, offering remote workers and businesses a business address, tax address, and parcel reception with email notification from just 29€pm. The monthly subscription comes with a flexible cancellation policy or you can get a discount when you sign up for 12 months and instead pay 24€pm. 

Coworking spaces are also available in Botanico’s modern and spacious office located near Valencia’s botanical garden and Nuevo Centro shopping mall. From 12€ for a day pass or 150€pm for continuous access, you can enjoy the office’s well-equipped facilities including 1000MB Wifi, air-conditioning, botanical terrace, tea and coffee facilities, bike parking, and more. 

You can find out more about what Botanico have to offer on their website.

Best café in Valencia for remote working

Cafe Artysana

A charming cafe located just south of Valencia city centre, Cafe Artysana offers remote workers a welcoming and comfortable environment to work. 

The cafe welcomes remote workers who want to bring laptops during weekdays, and even hosts a dedicated digital nomad event every Thursday from 10:00-14:00 – a great opportunity to meet like-minded individuals and expand your network. There are small tables if you need more privacy, and there’s a large coworking table where you can meet in groups. 

The menu offers plenty of choices and has a selection of vegetarian and vegan options too. You can grab tea, coffee, juices and smoothies to keep your energy up throughout the day. 

Every Friday and Saturday evening, the cafe hosts a language exchange event – a great opportunity to brush up on your Spanish or Valenciano! 

Valencia: City living in the sunshine

Valencia’s established remote working community, thriving city centre, and trendy beach scene offers digital nomads an attractive blend of city living and Mediterranean lifestyle.

Rivalling Madrid and Barcelona with competitive accommodation prices, mild year-round climate, and easy access to the Costa Blanca’s holiday hotspots, Valencia is a great place to build a base for your remote working for the short or long-term. 

 If you’d like to find out more about Valencia, you can check out specific venues on Connect, Costa Remote’s Directory