Valencia boasts a privileged coastline with several golden sand beaches. The most famous is Malvarrosa Beach, which stretches along the city’s seafront promenade. Here you’ll find a lively restaurant and bar scene, as well as a host of water activities to enjoy.
Just north of Malvarrosa is Patacona Beach. Less crowded but equally charming, Patacona offers a quieter alternative to the bustling Malvarrosa. It is especially known for its chiringuitos, small beach bars where you can enjoy a cold beer and tapas while watching the sunset over the Mediterranean.
To the south of the city, you’ll find the beaches of Pinedo and El Saler, surrounded by the Albufera Natural Park. These beaches are quieter and offer a more natural environment. Moreover, El Saler is known for its golf course, considered one of the best in Spain. In any case, Valencia’s beaches are the perfect place to relax and soak up the Spanish sun.