The long awaited holidays can now be taken on some of the best beaches in the Valencian Community
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 it the best autonomous region with this number of beaches
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 it the best autonomous region with this number of beaches with a blue flag per square kilometer in Spain.
There are miles and miles of fine golden sand that delight those who love beaches and calm seas. In addition, the sun shines on the territory for more than 300 days a year and there is an average temperature of about 15 degrees Celsius.
No wonder – The variety and quality of the beaches make the coastline in the Region of Valencia a wonderful place to visit and to enjoy the Mediterranean area. Its beaches and coves are 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. So we recommend after all the lockdowns and restrictions that you look to visit this wonderful coastline as soon as possible so start scrolling now to discover the best beaches to visit this summer!
The Malvarrosa Beach
The Malvarrosa Beach is one of the most important and well-known beaches in the city of Valencia. It is completely attached to the city, next to a fishing district of the same name. For this reason, it is one of the busiest beaches all year round and has fine white sands all year round.
Javea and Moraira
Beaches in both Javea and Moraira are some of the most beautiful on Costa Blanca. Moraira and Javea are both lovely areas and very popular with all nationalities... beaches in Moraira are smaller but very intimate however the array of beaches in Javea are much larger and of course there are more of them due to its location. There are plenty of bars/restaurants along the Arenal (beach) in Javea. Plus the old town has a wonderful setting and beach that with the clear crystal waters makes it a must-visit at all times.
Moraira is in some ways more chilled with a lovely marina and a few small beaches but it also has plenty of choice for eating etc and the views from the front are superb.
The largest length of the beach area belongs to Denia.
With the recognition, Blue Flag Beach Denia Les Bovetes is just one of the largest and most visited on the Mediterranean coast. It is part of a long sandy beach which has an area of approximately four miles long stretching from Les Rotes to Las marinas and takes in lots of great beach bars and restaurants along the way.
In this charming town you can discover the mark left by numerous civilizations as you walk through its typical streets with their seafaring atmosphere and come across the monuments that are scattered around the town, such as the hermitage of San Juan, the “Baños de la Reina”, the “Villa de Ifach” or its three museums: the History and Archaeology Museum, the Museum of Collecting and the Contemporary Art Gallery. Not to mention its 13 kilometers of coastline with 14 beaches and coves, giving you plenty to choose from.
It has spectacular beaches of fine sand and buildings of great interest such as the Santa Lucía Chapel, the 18th-century salt warehouse, today converted into a club, or the 15th-century Capicorb tower. It is one of the most welcoming places on the coast due to the beauty of its surroundings, bordered by protected natural areas, beaches, and coves, which makes Alcossebre a coveted holiday destination.
L’Aigua Blanca Beach
L’Aigua Blanca beach in Oliva (Valencia) located at the mouth of the Bullent River, is characterized by dunes and a beautiful natural environment. It’s a great place to walk and enjoy various water sports.
This fine sandy beach namely El Portet in Teudala – Moraira is one of the best beaches in the Valencian Community with fine sand and transparent water. It forms a small bay surrounded by cliffs. There are generally many boats anchored in the area. The beach is next to the port of Moraira which offers lovely views of the Rock of Ifach plus it is home to one of our most recommended restaurants LE DAUPHIN which sits right on the front looking out to the sea and its setting and menu are excellent and a must-visit.
These are just some of the magnificent beaches that the Valencian community offers and do yourself a favor and get yourself into a vehicle and travel down the coast from Valencia to Altea and see all the best there is in Costa Blanca living and enjoy the sea and sand.