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Cheste Introduction

Located 30 minutes west of Valencia, Cheste is best known as the home of the Valencian Community Motorcycle Grand Prix – an annual racing event that takes place at Circuit Ricardo Tormo each November. To simply dismiss the municipality as a playground for petrolheads, however, would be something of a mistake. The town boasts a friendly, relaxed atmosphere and is within driving – or motorbike riding – distance of a great many hotspots on Spain's south-eastern coast.

Hotels in Cheste

Hotels in and around Cheste come in a range of flavours. You'll find some typical chain hotels in the area, each serving up WiFi and a freebie breakfast as standard. Over the summer it's worth looking out for Cheste hotels with pools, though it pays to book well in advance as they're fairly few and far between. It's also a decent idea to cast your net a little wider – some flexibility about where you stay when visiting Cheste often pays dividends when it comes to both price and amenities.

Where to stay

Cheap hotels in Cheste are typically found along the nearby A-3 – the main drag into Valencia – as well as in the neighbouring towns of Chiva and Buñol. These properties offer easy access to the town, as well as the racing circuit, though are often of the unfussy variety. Should you fancy something a little more upmarket, you might consider looking at hotels in Valencia. As well as a wider choice of hotel options, you'll also enjoy quicker access to the city's striking architecture, thriving cultural scenes and lively evening entertainment options.

Things to see

Away from the roar of the racetrack, the area surrounding Cheste serves up a host of green spaces that are perfect for enjoying a little downtime. Turia Gardens is among the most popular of these spots – little wonder when you consider that this vast expanse counts palm trees, pine woods and a replica African savannah among its highlights. Families with kids can head to Gulliver Park to slide down the arms and legs of the 70-metre giant inside. Meanwhile, those keen on soaking up a bit of the area's culture will find hotspots such as the Valencia Institute of Modern Art and the City of Arts and Sciences along the garden's edges. La Rodana Gran observation deck offers a bird's-eye view of the gardens, though if you fancy a closer look, there are few more enjoyable ways to explore this magnificent public park than on a Segway or tandem bike – both available to hire on-site.

How to get to Cheste

Direct flights to Valencia Airport are pretty easy to come by from UK airports such as London Gatwick and Stansted, East Midlands and Manchester, though the choice does get a little thinner between December and May. Flights are generally cheaper in these low-season months due to reduced demand which, combined with a rise in availability of discount hotels, can result in a tempting bargain break. Once you've landed, the easiest way to reach Cheste is undoubtedly to hire a car and get there under your own steam – a move that will also make further travel in Cheste and beyond a little easier.