Immerse yourself in the beauty and charm of the beaches of Valencia! With kilometers of coastline bathed by the crystal clear waters of the Mediterranean, our beaches await you to provide you with unforgettable moments. Relax on the golden sand, bask in the sun and dip into the refreshing sea.
Whether you are looking for a calm and relaxing experience or exciting water activities, Valencia's beaches have something for everyone.
Come and discover the coastal paradise of Valencia, where sun, sea and fun combine to offer you an unbeatable experience!"
It is the perfect union between beach and nature.
You can see the characteristic vegetation of the area while you soak your feet in its crystal clear waters. Get there by car or on foot, whatever suits you best. Perfect beach for snorkeling. It is also reminiscent of a beach on the Greek islands.
The ecological route of Benissa hides one of the best coves in the Valencian Community.
To access it you will have to follow the northern itinerary, as we tell you in this guide, until you reach a wild beach, surrounded by rocks, from which we can reach "Mar Morta i Roques Negres", a landscape of great geological value.
This cove is a gift.
It is located in an ideal environment, surrounded by pine forests.
It can be reached by car or accessing through the greenway that runs along some old train tracks. Cozy and calm.
La Cala del Moraig is located in Benitatxell, right between Xàbia and Moraira, and is made up of two parts: the beach itself and the Cova dels Arcs, possibly its most photographed nook.
It is a perfect point to spend a summer morning due to its excellent conditions for diving and the rocky area.
Cala Mundina is a small natural cove located near Alcossebre belonging to the municipality of Alcalà de Xivert in the Baix Maestrat region in the province of Castellón.
El Arenal is located within the protected area of the Sierra de Irta, making it an ecological treasure and an oasis of nature thanks to the protection of the Natural Park and its Marine Reserve.
It is a natural cove in Torrevieja, where we can go with our pets. It is located half a kilometer from the nearest urbanization, a space full of magic and tranquility, with a palm grove that creates a paradisiacal landscape. It is 200 meters long by 20 meters wide.
It has a special charm, since its surroundings are protected by dunes and palm trees. It has a medium occupancy level. It is a cove mainly of golden sand, of medium size, with crystalline and calm waters.
This cove is a rock platform about 20m by 5m from where we can jump into the sea, since it does not gradually enter the water. To get out we have to climb a bit on the rocks so wear booties for this purpose.
It is a narrow site in a small ravine that ends with a rocky cliff on the left and quite a drop on the other side. It is a place that has a very beautiful seabed and that soon deepens.
Considered one of the most beautiful coves in Spain, Cala Granadella is undoubtedly one of the coves that you should visit if you are going to be on the Costa Blanca. A beach barely 160 meters long with crystal clear waters is an idyllic spot for snorkeling or diving.
Located to the south of Jávea, Cala Granadella has been awarded several times and is among the best positions in the rankings of the most beautiful beaches in Spain.
To highlight one of those coves that are among the privileged populations cited for its fishing, Cala Pebret is 280 meters long, being the longest of those discussed here. It is one of the coves that finish off the depression behind the Sierra de Irta, one of the least urbanized jewels of the Region in its proximity to the Mediterranean.
It is a very accessible and familiar cove, ideal for getting there and discovering the surroundings by bike. Can be combined with a visit to Peníscola, one of the most beautiful cities in the Mediterranean.
These coves with crystalline waters are located to the south of the inhabited part of the island of Tabarca, very close to the central square of the town of Nueva Tabarca, it is easy to reach them through its narrow streets, the coves are next to the another, only separated by a rock outcrop and a private house built on the edge of the abyss, is one of the most idyllic landscapes on the island.
These coves were used in antiquity to shelter low-draft boats from the wind, today they are the delight of those who seek to enjoy the crystal clear waters of the Mediterranean, discover its depths by snorkeling or sunbathing in his stony