Large and majestic are two words to describe the beaches of Valencia, Valencia beaches are certainly among the best beaches in Spain. Hundreds of miles of Mediterranean coastline to enjoy unforgettable holidays on the beaches of Valencia Terra i Mar.
Particularly fine sand makes Mareny Blau a popular place for sunbathing and playing a variety of beach sports.
This is one of the most popular beaches in the area, probably because of the quality of the sand and easy parking.
Beach located only 3km from the centre of Valencia. There are beach cleaners, showers, water sports equipment for rent, life guards and police and many cafes and restaurants around. To get to Malvarrosa from city centre by bus you should take bus line 20,21 or 22.
Close to Valencia, this popular beach has all the usual amenities and good bathing conditions. It is located off motorway CV-500.
Popular beach with a more rustic feel and slightly stoney sand. Good bathing conditions. Lots of places to stay, camping, restaurants and recreation areas. Life guards and local police. From the El Saler motorway, take the CV-500.
Fine sands and good bathing conditions. Life guards and local police vigilance. Plenty of places to stay nearby, a Parador, campsites, recreational areas and food kiosks. Life guards and local police. From the El Saler motorway, take the CV-500, 16km from Valencia.
Fine sands and good bathing conditions. Life guards and local police vigilance. Hostals, camping and restaurants. Life guards and local police. From the El Saler motorway, take the CV-500, 18km from Valencia.
Valencia's main beach is surrounded by apartments - which means it gets very busy. A nearby hotel offers windsurfer rental and classes. Backed by a palm-tree-lined promenade, the fine sand beach is fringed by calm water and has extensive amenities. Pleasant, but not ideal if you're in search of peace and quiet.
The most popular in the area is Mareny, Sant Llorenç.
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