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CoWorking, Workation and Business Bootcamp in Valencia, Spain
3 - 5 Mates
Take your work to the Spanish sun and change your view to the Mediterranean Sea! Staying in the heart of Culleria in a modern apartment. Just a few hundred metres to a really nice beach and walking distance to dozens of cafés, bars and restaurants. Culleria and Valencia are two popular locations for digital nomads and cool places to work Where you will be staying Join me and a select digital or analogue nomads or virtual workers in Culleria. We will be staying in an apartment with sea views and just a short walk to the beach, bars, cafés and restaurants. You can work solo or with others and base yourself in any of the many cafés around the town. Plus, I will be running regular business skill-share sessions to help you grow and develop your ideas, insights and know-how. You will be sharing a room with a fellow traveller and all be staying in one apartment. What to expect You will have the opportunity to work alongside fellow online colleagues. Over breakfast and dinner you will be able to build friendships, swap ideas and learn from others. You will also be free to explore on your own and with others as you wish. I will arrange a free trip to the famous Culleria castle and might just find a few cool tapas bars. Business coaching As your host, I will run several short business 'round table' discussions and skill-share sessions. These can cover any topics chosen by the group. Typically, marketing, growing your business, finding partners and investors and legal issues are common topics. The trip price includes: - Accommodation (apartment) - Castle excursion - Coaching and skill-share sessions You will be asked to contribute to shared meals and help with the cooking. Where are we staying? Thirty minutes by train from Alicante airport. It’s a charming, vibrant beach resort on the Costa Blanca, with 11 award-winning beaches that offer free open roaming Wi-Fi access, meaning you can literally work from your sunlounger! About Cullera: The area around Cullera is known for its citrus groves, mouth-watering seafood, and its rice dishes. There are more than 100 restaurants in town, plus bars and several nightclubs to keep the party going into the early hours. There is a pretty Church, and a 10th century castle and ancient caves to explore, as well as several museums dedicated to eclectic subjects - pirates, archaeology, rice and the Spanish Civil War. About me My name is Graham and I'm here to share my passion for learning, culture, and leisure. I am an independent business skills trainer, coach, and writer that loves to travel. There is nothing I like more than combining work, travel, and networking. Next step Let's jump on a zoom call. Drop me a message and I will send you a link. See you in Spain!
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One of Spain's more exclusive and quieter resorts. You will be staying a short distance for the historic town centre and beach. With authentic shops, restaurants and living history. The weather at this time of year is excellent, with long warm evenings. Sitting on the Mediterranean coast and traversed by Júcar river, Cullera boasts a unique landscape that you won’t see anywhere else. With its many beaches - each with their own character and vibe - at Cullera you’ll find exactly what you’re looking for. The urban and semi-urban beaches of San Antonio, Racó, Marenyet and Brosquil offer all the family services and activities you could possibly ever want or need. If you’d prefer a bit of peace and quiet, however, Escollera and L'Estany beaches are just what you’re looking for. And if you want an adventure, head to Cap Blanc and Dosel beaches, where you can learn and practise a whole load of water sports. Mareny de Sant Llorenç beach is also worth a visit, with its beautiful dunes and peaceful atmosphere. In addition to discovering Cullera’s 15 kilometres of coastline and enjoying a boat excursion up Júcar river, you can also discover the town’s historic centre, a charming tangle of streets steeped in history. There are over one hundred listed buildings here, noted for their architectural value. Casa de la Enseñanza, Casa Consistorial, Casa de Palomes and Mercado Municipal are just some of these. Cullera also boasts some great historic constructions, including its beautiful castle (which has been transformed into a museum), Ermita de la Font Santa, Ermita rupestre de Santa Marta and Ermita dels Sants de la Pedra, The latter is located in the heart of Albufera natural park, the perfect place to savour some of Cullera’s traditional cuisine.
Castle of Cullera
The Cullera Castle and its walls are one of the most important monuments of the city. It was declared a Property of Cultural Interest. From the viewpoint, it is around 200 meters high, and you can enjoy a panoramic view of the Cullera and the bay that opens to the Mediterranean Sea and the mouth of the river Júcar, highlighting the importance of this enclave.
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