Competition Venue for Group Stage. Group B
Spain - Canada - Serbia - Korea, Rep.
From 13 to 18 September 2022
Mediterranean, authentic and with a rich history, Valencia is becoming one of the most sought-after destinations in Europe. With 300 days of sunshine a year and an average temperature of 17°C, Valencia is a city made for enjoying outdoor life, especially in autumn.
More than 160 kilometres of cycle paths cover the city from end to end, allowing you to experience the gardens lining the old river course, and get to its urban beaches, as well as the two nature reserves connected to the city. Surrounding farmland, the sea and the fields of La Albufera provide locally sourced produce for restaurant tables, delighting food lovers truly committed to sustainability.
All this adds to the 2000 years of history that have left historical sites from every period across the urban landscape, contrasting with the avant-garde architecture of spaces such as the City of Arts and Sciences.
The Valencian Community is an ideal destination, not only to watch sport, but also to take part in it. If you are passionate about tennis there are plenty of clubs, schools, hotels with facilities to make the most of while you relax during your holidays. There is so much to do and see in the Valencian Community. Its capital, Valencia and all the province (Bocairent, Gandia, Xàtiva...), approaching Castellón, Peñíscola with its castle in the sea. Morella is a bastion in the interior, Vilafamés, the beaches. And then there’s Alicante; you cannot miss out on seeing the city that, not only overlooks the Mediterranean Sea, but is encapsulated by it. Other places you cannot miss are Benidorm and its beaches and skyscrapers, the beautiful Altea, Dénia and its gastronomy, Xàbia and its coves, Elche, Orihuela, Villena, Guadalest... In short, you must come and visit the Valencian Community.
The province of Valencia
The province of Valencia offers its visitors a complete experience, both in its interior - with beautiful rugged landscapes and a smooth mountain range - as well as its coastline that stretches over 100 kilometres. It boasts beautiful beaches adorned with golden sand, as well a rich gastronomy, famous throughout the world for paella and a wide variety of rice dishes and wines. Of its festivals and traditions, the Fallas are a faithful reflection of the character of its people, as well as a number of cultural and artisan traditions. It also has a very interesting historic and artistic heritage, with a large number of national monuments and sites of interest.
There are also a number of must-see cities surrounding the capital: Xàtiva, Gandia, Cullera, Oliva, Sagunt and Requena, among others, all tell a tale of the rich history of the area, with a variety of beautiful sun-kissed landscapes. To top off your stay, the province of Valencia offers its visitors a wide range of hotels, rural houses, spas and campsites.
Pabellón Municipal Fuente de San Luis.
The Pabellón Fuente San Luis was built in 1983 to give Valencia a venue capable of hosting high-level events. It currently has capacity for 9,000 spectators.