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Costa de Valencia



  • Sunset at El Saler beach, Valencia

The coast of Valencia has natural landscapes with pine forests, rivers and caves, together with fine sandy beaches and clear waters ideal for enjoying a spell of carefree relaxation.Read more...

In the city of Valencia, the famous beaches of La Malvarrosa and Levante offer a day's sun and sea, in addition to a wide range of restaurants where you can enjoy a paella or spend the evening beside the sea. You'll also find beaches with shallow waters like the beaches and sand dunes of Canet d'en Berenguer, with its residential and leisure areas; and intimate holiday resorts that have grown over the years, like La Pobla de Farnals, Alboraya and El Puig. The ports of Sagunto, Valencia and Gandía have modern marina facilities and lively tourist centres with numerous leisure and water sports options available. What can you do? This is a chance to explore the mountains of Valencia with their river canyons and Mediterranean forests, and the site of hidden caves with abundant examples of rock paintings. You can see the only place where the mountains meet the sea at the Cabo de Cullera cape, with a sand dune barrier near the beaches. There are also some wetland areas such as the marshes of El Puig and Xeraco, and La Albufera in Valencia. We highly recommend a visit to one of the largest scientific and cultural complexes in Europe, the City of Arts and Sciences.


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Costa de Valencia


Costa de Valencia


Costa de Valencia


Costa de Valencia


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Costa de Valencia


Costa de Valencia