Beaches and coves of the Region of Valencia

Beaches and coves

In the Region of Valencia, you will find those beaches and coves you have always dreamed of. From extensive sandy areas to hidden coves, through a wide variety of accessible and naturist beaches with an extremely wide tourist offer. Crystal clear waters and infinite sandy areas that turn a simple bath into an experience full of sensations.

With more than 500 kilometers of coastline, the Region of Valencia has a large number of beaches awarded with the European blue flag, which makes of it the first autonomous region in number of beaches with a blue flag per square kilometer in Spain. No wonder - The variety and quality of the beaches make of the coastline in the Region of Valencia a relevant place in the Mediterranean area. Its beaches and coves are world widely recognized for their natural beauty, good services and the possibility to enjoy them at any time of the year, thanks to a sunny climate almost all year round. What are you waiting for to discover your new favorite beach? In this directory, visit all the beaches and coves in the Region of Valencia.

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La Malvarrosa is one of the most important and visited beaches in the Region of Valéncia. It is an urban beach, located on the coast of Valéncia, north of the city's port.
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Malvarrosa Beach is the most famous urban beach in Valéncia, where during the summer, thousands of tourists can enjoy its fine sand and pleasant weather. It should not only be appreciated in the summer but during the winter it is one of the pilgrimage places for Valéncians who take advantage of the excellent weather to unwind and relax by the sea. Here you will find some recreational activities on this beautiful beach beyond the summer season.
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If you are a watersports' lover even in winter, surely these beaches of the province of Alicante will enchant you.
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Sea, mountains, and sun — a privileged environment on the shores of the Mediterranean sea for the enjoyment of the traveller and the tourist. To the south of the province of Alicante, already almost in the border with Murcia, is Pilar de la Horadada – a town belonging to the Vega Baja region that boasts more than 4 kilometres of beaches.

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