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10 Best Beaches in Valencia and surroundings

10 Best Beaches in Valencia and surroundings

The mild climate of the coastline, the kilometer-long beaches of fine sand, its warm waters and the great natural treasures, make the Valencian Community one of the most popular destinations among those who wish to enjoy the privileged temperatures of the Mediterranean during their holidays.

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Malvarrosa Beach

One of the best options for families to enjoy. Located north of the port, this sandy area of ​​almost 1800 meters is surrounded by a promenade that offers visitors numerous local dining options. It also has a bathing area for people with reduced mobility.

It is often difficult to find a place during the summer months, since it is one of the most beautiful beaches in Valencia.

El Cabañal Beach

Very close to the port, you will also find El Cabañal or Las Arenas beaches. A good alternative to Malvarrosa Beach, since it is a little smaller, but has bars and restaurants to enjoy a long day at the beach. Without a doubt, it is one of the most popular beaches for families with children on vacation.

Pinedo Beach

Very close to the mouth of the river Turia and a few minutes from the Old Town is Pinedo Beach. It is one of the closest beaches to the city, but it is not usually very crowded and its waters are the calmest because the port protects them from the north winds. If you decide to get closer, don’t forget to walk along its newly built promenade and observe the unique natural enclave that surrounds this sandy area.

L’Arbre del Gos Beach

L’Arbre del Gos Beach is a great option if you’re looking for a lesser-known beach but close to the historic center. It’s more than 2 km of fine golden sand with all kinds of services and even a small bicycle lane that allows you to enjoy a day of sun and tranquility with some exercise in the sand.

The Saler

As one of the longest beaches in the Valencian capital, El Saler is located in the Albufera Natural Park. It is a popular spot for kitesurfing and windsurfing, but the sand dunes that surround it protect visitors during the windiest days. In the summer, El Saler has all kinds of services and is easily accessible by car from the center.

La Garrofera

Next to El Saler Beach and surrounded by the Albufera Natural Park is this stretch of nearly 2 km of fine sand. Its enclave offers a unique natural landscape, surrounded by nature and protected fauna. The most peculiar characteristic of La Garrofera is that almost 1 km of its extension, the closest to El Saler, is reserved for nudists.

The Recatí

This beach is located in the urbanized area of Perellonet. Its 3 km of fine sand and calm waters make it an ideal option for families with children. In addition, due to its proximity to the town, it can be easily reached with public buses from that area of the coast. Although it is usually a very busy beach in the summer months, you cannot miss this place, which is well known for its food houses that offer delicious Valencian-style rice dishes.

The Devesa

Located on the edge of Valencia’s Albufera Natural Park, La Devesa is the wildest beach in Valencia. The natural environment and its rich ecosystem make it the perfect option for most explorers. The information point of the park and the fauna observatory will be your allies in discovering all the natural secrets that this natural reserve hides.

San Antonio Beach (Cullera)

Near the capital is San Antonio Beach, in the municipality of Cullera. It is the most urban and cosmopolitan in the area and has many hospitality establishments that are part of the city’s urban fabric. In addition, linked by the promenade, the beach is close to the marina and fishing port, which allows for water sports as a complement to a day in the sun with the family. Despite being almost 2 km long, it tends to have a high occupancy level during the summer months.

Gandía Beach

Gandía will be the last stop on this route through the best beaches in Valencia. Located a few kilometers away, this city offers a wide variety of options for a sunny day in the Mediterranean. One of its most famous beaches is Playa del Norte, which is located near the port and has all the leisure and restaurant services for an unforgettable vacation. If you want a little rest, L’Ahuir Beach is the perfect option. In addition, it’s one of the best nudist beaches in the Valencian Community.

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