If what you want is an unbeatable climate in any time of year then your next trip has to be to Valencia! And aside from the impressive climate and amazing paellas, you can also enjoy some of the most perfect waters in any point of the Valencian Community. Whether it’s a trip with friends, a hen or stag weekend, or just a small escape, this area is one of the most popular choices. Because of that, today we’ll tell you about the best beaches and coves of Valencia.
4 beaches to lose yourself in Valencia
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Located in the town of Oliva and with more than a mile of sand, we find one of the best beaches of Valencia, Terranova Beach. It’s semi-urban and does not have a sea front. Its tranquil waters are usually conducive to bathing and on windy days many lovers of aquatic sports go to practice surfing and windsurfing.
Playa La Granadella
Between pine trees and an unparalleled environment, we find the small beach of Granadella. A semi-urban beach composed of rocks and gravel that make the air more special and incredible. Additionally, just looking at the water, you want to bathe in such a paradise. Not only that, but it’s also perfect for scuba diving because of its rich marine life.
Playa La Devesa
With almost 5 kilometres of golden sand, we find Devesa beach. Its best attraction? It’s the only one of this style in this area. It’s located in the Albufera Natural Park and its size and scenery make this place so special and unique. If you’re looking for tranquillity, this is your beach.
Playa de La Concha de Oropresa del Mar
One of the most emblematic beaches of the city, perfect for vacations. Known for its secure funds and for offering free activities in the summer like yoga and tai chi, among others. Additionally, it maintains the summer nightlife with live music or castles of water fires.
4 Coves to lose yourself in Valencia
In an area of crystal waters, you’ll find Cala Sur in the island of Tabarca. A natural reserve located close to the beach of Puerto Viejo, a fishing village where you can taste some of the typical dishes of the area. It’s one of the best coves of Alicante, and you access it through the boats that leave the port of Alicante.
Cala del Faro
Very close to the lighthouse of Cullera, you’ll find the small Cala del Faro. Its official name is Playa Blanca, though being close to the lighthouse in an urban area, it’s also known as Cala del Faro. It has around 100 metres of sand and immensely transparent water. It has all kinds of services and is ideal for diving.
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Not all the beachs in the Valencian Community are large. Located in Alicante you’ll find Cala Ambolo, a nudist and virgin cove, of crystal clear waters.
It owes its name to the watchtower built in the 16th century whose function was the maritime defense of pirate attacks. It’s about 300 metres long, and its occupancy level is low, which allows for a more relaxing experience where you can forget about the crowds that cluster the beaches of the coast.
Cala del Moro
Cala del Moro is one of the most known places of the region. Accessible by car and it measure about 46 metres. It has signposted access but doesn’t have any type of services. The cove is start of other coves of Peñíscola, and small beaches like Cala Ordil or Puerto Negro. From all of these you can observe other views of the Castle.
What better trip can you have that combines parties and beaches? Well that’s what awaits you if make a trip to the Valencian Community: beaches and impressive coves and the best clubs in Valencia.