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Cullera


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  • View of Cullera. Valencia

In a landscape between the sea and mountains and in the heart of the Valencian coast, you'll find this Mediterranean city where for most of the year you can enjoy swimming in its shallow waters.Read more...

What to see A stroll around Cullera will take you to several monuments. The mediaeval castle and the shrine of La Mare Deu del Castillo are at the highest point in the city. On the other side of the mountain you'll see the Cullera lighthouse and the Pirata Dragut cave. If Cullera is famous for anything it's for its eleven beaches, and for all the options it offers for water sports. There are urban beaches like San Antonio and Racó, broad and peaceful beaches like La Escollera, beaches for scuba-diving like El Faro, and El Mareny de Sant Llorenç for naturists. Gastronomy Some of the star dishes you'll find are paella, 'arroz a banda' and black rice. And all accompanied by wines from Valencia and Utiel-Requena. An interesting experience is to meet the fishing boats when they return to port and buy fresh fish at the harbourfront fish market. Leisure by day and night Cullera has several routes for doing on foot or by bike. Or if you prefer, there's also a sightseeing train. And when the sun goes down, remember that Cullera is famous for its nightlife in the beach area and in San Antonio.


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Cullera


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