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In Barracart we always wanted to stand out for our hospitality, cleanliness and comfort, and our commitment to sustainable tourism. Above all, hospitality, besides being a pleasure, is our duty. Both the restaurant (Casa Montaña) and the apartments (Barracart) are a passion for our family, we like getting in touch with new people and make them happy with small details, to make their stay special and Valencia a place to visit again and again..

Likewise we want our guests to feel well attended but free. Relaxed and happy enjoying the city, knowing that they will not lack anything. Our intelligent building makes possible a total and remote control of the access, so there is no Front Desk in the property. The check-in will be done on-line (auto check-in), for an independent, contact-free access to the apartment, through a personalised access code. While we are available any day 24 h by mail, whatsapp or phone, also in person on a variable schedule. Our office serves – upon request – for meetings, a shower after check-out, or to store suitcases. We provide our own app for customized local information, our tourist guides for culture, leisure and gastronomy.

For major protection, in addition to the housekeeping and safety measures, we disinfect the apartments with UVC germicidal lamps. Similarly, our bicycles, on a rental basis, are a safe means of transport to discover the city. In any case, our Travel Assistance Insurance protects you against any unforeseen during your stay.

At Barracart we recycle waste, and we have been reducing the use of plastic, with our reusable shopping bags, glass water bottles, no-capsule coffee machines (also), or using fixed dispensers for the hygiene products. As well as our home automation installation ensures energy saving, while making possible maximum comfort. Day by day we use biodegradable and bulk cleaning products, supporting local commerce, and contributing with our grain of sand to a more sustainable future.


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The infinite achievable activities indicate that Valencia is back in Mode On! Valencians love parties and events, so much so that the city hosts events of all kinds (What to do..) throughout the year. From the most traditional festives such as Christmas, Carnival, the Fallas, the Maritime Holy Week, Corpus Christi or the festivities of San Vicente Ferrer, San Vicente Martir, San Antonio Abad, or la Mare de Deu, La Cruz de Mayo, the Feria de July or the Valencian Community Day. Up to large international sporting events such as the Moto GP or the Valencia Trinidad Alfonso Marathon, the Boat Show.. Or urban festivals, such as Cabañal Intim, La Cabina or Valéncia Intramurs, among others, without mentioning the congresses and fairs.

Valencia is the Spanish city with the most musical societies. So it is not surprising the number of cultural centers and rooms where you can enjoy live music, from the Palau de les Arts Reina Sofía, the Palau de la Música, or Berklee College, referents for classical music, to festivals and intimate live music venues, whether it’s rock, flamenco, electronic or indie.

Valencia is also nature, it boasts about 5 km of beautiful and comfortable urban beaches. Furthermore it is surrounded by the Mediterranean Orchard – recognized by the UN as world agricultural heritage – which is a singularity highly appreciated for its cultural, gastronomic and landscape value, which includes as the jewel in the crown, the Albufera Natural Park.

The Covid-19 pandemic has slowed down a little but has not stopped the effervescent local life, generating reflection and awareness. To incorporate among the most relevant objectives for the future of the city the 17 ones of Sustainable Development, marked by the Agenda 2030 for the Climate Emergency, wanting to be an international reference to turn Valencia into a Sustainable Destination.

In Barracart Apartments we provide the cultural calendar to our guests, as well as any assistance that would be required so that our visitors could fully enjoy this great city.


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A historic city that links up the attraction of a great city with the charm of the Mediterranean. Valencia has one of the mildest climates of Europe, to enjoy it at any time of the year. More than 30 museums, varied and healthy gastronomy, a historic center full of legends, avant-garde constructions, trade and effervescent parties, natural spaces, varied sport activities and nightlife await the visitor.


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The Cabanyal Canyamelar in Valencia is one of the most important maritime villages of Europe, with its varied “modernist” architecture and typical buildings that were the Valencian “Barraca”. An old fishermen’s and sailor´s area which still retains the essence of its streets, and that during the days of the “Semana Santa” (Holy Week or Passion Week of Eastern) becomes the center of the attention with its traditional processions, unique in the city.


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The Fallas is the most international festival in Valencia, declared World Heritage by the UNESCO since 2016. In a concourse of art and ingenuity the city fills of gigantic plasterboard monuments. More than 700 figures in the streets and squares of the city, that can reach up to 20 meters in height, and that the fire devours in a singular spectacle the night of the “Cremá”. Colorful parades of the “Fallero” commissions, the flower offering to the Virgin crowns the traditions. Street parties, fireworks, horseback parades, bullfights, competitions and other entertaining events complete the program of these festivities.