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Beaches of Valencia
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The sea front of Valencia is divided in two by a modern port separating north from south. Along the beaches of the north side starting at the port there are many restaurants and the Paseo Marítimo, a huge promenade which stretches out all the way to Alboraya (see beaches Terra i Mar). Walking along the Paseo Marítimo you will come across the more crowded and popular beaches of Valencia: Playa Las Arenas, Playa Cabañal and Playa de la Malvarrosa. The restaurants located next to Playa Las Arenas (near to the port) are famous for their excellent paella. South of the port you will find the quieter beach Playa Pinedo, which is one of the two Valencian beaches to have been awarded with a “Blue Flag”. Playa Pinedo stretches all the way out to Playa Devesa, the other Valencian beach awarded with the “Blue Flag”, and Playa El Saler both located in the Albufera Nature Reserve.

The Malvarrosa beach is known as the Valencia City Beach. La Malvarrosa is 1800 meters long, with fine and golden sand.  It has an adapted area for people with reduced mobility. Next to the beach there are lots of restaurants and cafes where you can enjoy anything from a four course menu to a coffee or ice-cream.  

The Cabañal-Las Arenes beaches have a total length of 1200 meters over an average width of 60 meters. Just like Malvarrosa, the sand here is fine and golden. All the facilities are present at the beaches including a playground and sport areas. During the months of April to October this is also one of the most popular nightlife areas of Valencia.

The Pinedo beach has been awarded a “Blue Flag” for its excellent environmental conditions and services. This 2700 meter long beach has an average width of 35 meters which stretches out all the way to the El Saler and Devesa beaches. It has many facilities and an adapted area for people with reduced mobility. It is normally a lot less crowded than the Cabañal-Las Arenas beaches.

La Devesa beach is located at the border of the Albufera Nature Reserve and has also been awarded a “Blue Flag”. It may not have as many facilities as the Northern beaches of Valencia but the beautiful natural environment is the main reason why people come here.  This golden sandy beach has a total length of 4940 meters over an average width of 35 meters. The beach is accessible for people with reduced mobility and has a permitted nudist zone.

El Saler beach is located in the middle of the Albufera Nature Reserve and can easily be reached by bus, taxi, car or bike. Its wide stretch of pine woods adds something extra to this beach. During the summer the Gabrí wind that blows here during the evening makes it a popular beach for windsurfing crowds.

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