ENJOY THE MAGICAL LIGHT OF THE MEDITERRANEAN
The Province of València has 135 kilometres of coastline to enjoy the sea and its magnificent beaches. València has 30 blue-flag beaches where you can discover from urban beaches with endless activities and leisure options to hidden coves where you can relax in contact with nature.
From North to South, we show you a route to enjoy the best beaches:
In the Camp de Morvedre region, the beaches of Canet d’en Berenguer and Puerto de Sagunto stand out. Easily accessible, they are a common destination for Valencians and national tourists. Here we find beaches like Racó del Mar, in the town of Canet, a beach of dunes, golden sand and crystal-clear water, or the beaches of Corint, l’Almardà and Puerto de Sagunto in Sagunto.
The beaches in the North of València are ideal if we are looking for urban beaches with easy access and varied services (restaurants, accommodation, activities). On the beaches of Puçol or Pobla de Farnals (both with blue flags) or those of Massamagrell, Meliana, Alboraia and El Puig de Santa Maria, where families escape from the city to enjoy a day at the beach, or have their second (or first) residence in these towns just over 20 minutes from València.
In the city of València, the visitor can find a wide range of possibilities: from the kilometre-long urban beaches of Malvarrosa and Cabanyal-Les Arenes, located in the city itself, and easily accessible on foot or by tram and bus, to the southern beaches. These include the busiest beaches such as Pinedo (next to València and not as crowded as those above) or Recatí-Perellonet (an urban beach heavily used by holidaymakers in the area) to natural beaches located in the surroundings of the Saler and the Albufera Natural Park such as the Playa del Saler (one of the favourites for windsurfers), La Garrofera (which has a naturist section) or La Devesa, the wildest beach in the city.
Arriving in the Ribera Baixa region, it is worth highlighting the beaches of Sueca, actually an endless beach of fine sand surrounded by numerous urbanizations and in which the Garbí wind delights the many windsurfers who usually come to practice Your favorite sport.
Also the beaches of Cullera, one of the main tourist centres in the Province. Its coast is divided into three clearly distinct parts: the area North of El Faro with a quiet beach of more than two kilometres, the busy beaches located next to the promenade, and finally, beyond the mouth of the river Júcar, an area of more natural beaches, among which the pet-friendly beach of El Brosquil stands out. Another of the attractions of the beaches of Cullera are the possibilities for active tourism. We can take part in sports such as kitesurfing, windsurfing, paddlesurfing, diving, etc.
Entering La Safor, and before reaching Gandia, we can enjoy beaches such as Tavernes de la Valldigna (Tavernes de la Valldigna and La Goleta) and Xeraco. In Gandía, one of the favourite towns for vacationers from all over the world, in addition to its well-known and bustling Nord beach, the visitor will also find small and quiet jewels such as the d’Ahuir beach, an ideal option for naturists and nature lovers.
In the southernmost part of the Province, we find beaches of fine sand with a quiet and familiar character, such as the Bellreguard, Piles and Miramar beaches, or with a more rustic aspect such as the Pedregales de Daimús beach or Guardamar de the Safor.
The beaches of Oliva, the last coastal town in the Province, also offer a perfect summary of the coastal attractions of València: a wide range of possibilities, allowing the visitor to choose between areas of lively urban and semi-urban beaches such as Pau-Pi, L’Aigua Morta or L’Aigua Blanca or some of the best virgin beaches in Spain, such as Terranova beach or Rabdells beach, not forgetting the wide range of active tourism.