As a feng shui consultant, I’m fascinated by feng shui of Valencia, Spain’s third-largest city (after Barcelona and Madrid, and before Seville which is the fourth largest city in Spain), with its history, parks, architecture, culture and cuisine, as well as drinks (the powerful local cocktail agua de Valencia). Not to mention, 100 bell towers to space clear this amazing city. It is also a citrus capital of Europe, producing 1.37milion tones of oranges. Valencia’s motto is Vivir Sin Dormir ie “Live without sleep”
History of Valencia
Valencia was set up in 138BC and it’s one of the oldest cities in Spain.
Wood energy of Valencia
Valencia has one of the largest urban parks in Europe. You can see the park (9km and 13 bridges) using quadricycle hire. You can visit Parc Gulliver (free admission) for a fun walk and a slide ride.
The water element of Valencia
Valencia is conveniently located by the sea with Europe’s fifth-biggest port with a long stretch of the seafront maritime promenade and Las Arenas beach. You can also have a go at waterball/zorbing at the City of Arts and Sciences which has the largest aquarium in Europe.
Spiritual feng shui of Valencia
Valencia 13th century Cathedral is a must-see to connect to the spiritual side of the city. If you’re a fan of Dan Brown, you’ll be extra interested in the holy grail (carbon-dated 300BC to 100AD with base and handles added in the Middle ages) which is on display there, as the Vatican only recognised potential holy grail.
The energy of food and drinks
Visit La Bella De Cadiz to try their famous cocktail, Agua de Valencia which was invented in 1959 (and is composed of sugar, vodka, gin, fresh Valencian orange juice, and Cava as well as Cointreau can be added), as well as Paella School – Valencia, is the birthplace of paella and the dish is celebrated in March every year.
My favourite feng shui place is as always a local market and Valencia has one to remember, the Central Market – the largest market in Europe! Built from 1910 to 1928 with 30m high dome and over 1000 stalls. It’s probably the first market to have computerised scales (1996). If you’re a vegan, you might like to miss some departments in this huge market.
You must try Horchata drink (made of tiger nuts, water, cinnamon, and sugar and apparently helps with reduction of cholesterol) accompanied by Farton (created in the 1960s), a cake-like sponge to be dunk in the drink.
Feng shui consultants in Valencia, Spain
A quick Google search revealed that there are not so many feng shui consultants in Valencia. But if you live in Valencia and are looking for a feng shui consultant near you – with 30+ years of experience in feng shui and environmental psychology feel free to call/text me on+447956 288574for a quote for feng shui consultation for your home or workplace. Although I live in London, I do remote feng shui consultations. Email me