If you are visiting Valencia and you’re looking for beautiful beaches in here we suggest you a list with the best Beaches in Valencia:
La Malvarrosa: Do you want to play a game of beach volleyball? We have volleyball courts! Also, come check out breathtaking sand castles; you’ll be blown away! This is a large beach with a boardwalk with many restaurants and bars giving it a local feel! it’s family friendly! This beach is easy to get to by metro, and it is located near the city of arts and sciences. Come enjoy a cocktail on the beach!
El Saler: This beach is very peaceful and relaxing. It has a famous golf course called, “Campo De Golf El Saler”.There are delicious local foods; try the paella and keep an eye out for wildlife!
Port Saplaya: Want to get away from the noise and enjoy yourself? Have you tried the traditional drink, horchata? If not, you will need to try it! The tiger nuts that are used to make horchata are grown in the fields along the coast. You won’t find many tourists here because many Valencians live here in Port Saplaya complex. It’s a colorful building; you can’t miss it!
Sagunto beach: This beach is located about twenty minutes from the Valencia airport. It is further from the city than some of the other beaches. Sagunto is divided into a beach and a town. It is an ancient roman settlement. During the summer, this beach can get crowded. The beach is about a mile and a half of a stretch and has many bars and restaurants by the road! Oh, and there is wheelchair access!
Cullera, Northern Costa Blanca: If you want traditional Spanish food for affordable prices, check this beach out! You will find many locals at this beach. Often there will be tourists from other parts of Spain, such as Madrid; however, there will rarely be foreign tourists.
Pinedo Beach: 3km long boardwalk with many local bars and restaurants. This beach is relaxing, the water is calm, and there are no waves. Many people go sailing here.