The seacoast of Valencian Region is one of the most privileged Mediterranean border thanks to the numerous nice beaches that lain on it.
Valencia can be proud of having obtained the “blue flag” of each one of them.
- Malvarrosa Beach
- Las Arenas Beach
- Pinedo Beach
- El Saler beach
- La Devesa Beach
The two beaches of Valencia City are La Malvarrosa and Las Arenas:
they are fine sand beaches, with a total length of 5 kms. It is easy to get there by bus, tramway or cycling. In the animated beachfront, valencian people practice jogging, rollerblade, bike ride, walk and relax in front of the sea. There is a wide offer of cafes terraces and restaurants, and the area closer to the Marina is famous for its seafood restaurants and its animated night atmosphere.
South of Valencia are situated the beaches of El Pinedo, El Saler and La Devesa, amongst others.
El Pinedo beach is the first beach that you will find going South, about 5kms from the city. It is a long beach, with fine sand and a beachfront with restaurants and bars.
El Saler beach is located at about 10kms south of the city, in the Natural Park of Albufera. It is characterized by its very natural surroundings, fine sand, and a wide pine forest behind. It is a beach without big edifications, only few beach restaurants, the sand, the sea, and nature. The village El Saler is about 800m inland and is a good stop over for a drink or lunch.
La Devesa beach is the next beach going south. This beach is even wilder than El Saler since there is absolutely no edifications there. Behind the sand dunes there is a lake bordered by pines, in the middle of the Natural Park of Albufera. Cycling and walking paths make it easy to discover surroundings and enjoy the nature.
How to get there: driving through the road CV500 / bike riding on the cycling path from Valencia / by bus line 190a.