Stepping Stone Rentals
76 Sq.m
Third Floor
Daily Rate - 65 EUR
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Air Conditioning
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Built in Wardrobes
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Roof Terrace
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Underground Car Park
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Recently Modernised
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Heating and cooling
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Washer & Dryer

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Destination Paterna

Well-connected to València city, Paterna is a decent sized "working" town nestled between between the city and the airport with easy access to both. It's bursting with plenty of things to do, traditions to live, and shops, cafes, restaurants and other facilities to enjoy.

Have you got Paterna on your radar?

Surrounded by the large Vallesa Forest, Stepping Stone Rentals has an equally impressive renovated apartment for rent. 1 master bedroom, 1 bedroom with individual bed, 1 extra room used for an office.
Washer/dryer combination and big fridge, air-conditioning (warm/cold) and electric heat radiators in each room. Totally equipped (china, glasses, cutlery, towels, linen, duvets etc etc). Everything is new! Plus, private parking garage and storage are included and there is a rooftop terrace where you can enjoy a bit of sunbathing and take in the views of the mountain range that encircles the town.

10-12 min walk to metro (direct connection to centre Valencia) with bus stops, restaurants and shops around the corner.

The Liceo Frances school and the prestigious British College of La Canada are nearby.

What to see in Paterna:
"One of the must-visits in the town centre are the peculiar cave-houses. Film director Pedro Almodóvar shot his film Dolor y gloria in this unique urbanscape. The constructions are currently being converted into a cultural centre that will be open to the general public.

Once you’ve taken a look at the caves, continue wandering until you reach El Calvario, which sits on the highest part of the town. From here you can breathe in lovely views over the boundless fields of the huerta, the agricultural land, and even the course of the river Turia. The structure dominating the area sits above an old Moorish alcazar, which currently houses a space used for social and cultural events and activities.

If you’re keen to get out in nature, visiting the woodland "Bosque de la Vallesa" lends itself to walks and bike rides, and will lead you to some incredible historic sites, such as a Bronze Age settlement which is thought to have been built between the years 1800 and 1300 BC, an aqueduct and even trenches and bunkers dating to the Spanish Civil War.

Paterna is also a destination that knows how to put on a good event. Cordà de Paterna, for instance, is a festival that sees the main street of the town come to life in a spectacle of fireworks and light on the final Sunday of August. Other incredible festivities include Holy Week, Fallas, and Moors and Christians. Paterna is a great place to explore and experience some Valencian traditions."


Paterna is probably best known for the Heron City complex. However Paterna itself is a large town acting as a satellite town for Valencia. It is on the metro line towards Lliria but is just a few km from Valencia itself. Proeprty in Paterna is largely composed of flats and apartments near to bus routes and metro lines affording it the status of a commuter town. Affordable for being so close to Valencia Paterna is an option for teachers and civil servants as prices are good. Paterna property includes the largest residential development in Europe called Valterna and the buy to let market is also good here thanks to the exhibition centre, airport nearby in Manises and the proximity to the city.

Daily Rate : 65 EUR

90 days : 5,850 EUR

120 days : 7,800 EUR

150 days : 9,750 EUR

180 days : 11,700 EUR