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The Valencian Community wins three more Blue Flags for its beaches in 2019

Spain leads the world ranking of Blue Flags since 1987. Although this year the country has lost 24 Blue Flags for its beaches, it remains the world leader with 566 recognitions. The Valencian Community is the autonomous community with more Blue Flags, with a total of 135, three flags more than last year.

 

The Association of Environmental and Consumer Education (Adeac), promoter of this initiative, yesterday offered a press conference spreading the new Blue Flags. In total, 669 recognitions have been awarded among 566 beaches, 98 ports and five sustainable embarkations. The Valencian Community leads the number of beaches with Blue Flags with 135, distributed among the 31 beaches of Valencia, 33 in Castellón and 71 in Alicante. The new beaches with Blue Flag of this territory in 2019 are Marines (Nules), Marineta Casiana (Dénia), L’Espigó (Altea), Tabarca (Alicante) and Rocamar (Pilar de la Horadada). The president of Adeac, José Ramón Sánchez, has been especially critical of with beach bars that do not comply with the regulations for public spaces.

 

The Valencian Community is the Spanish region with the most Blue Flags

 

Below we include a list with the beaches with Blue Flag of the Valencian Community.

Beaches of Alicante

  • Alfaz del Pi: Racó de L’Albir.
  • Alicante: Sant Joan, La Albufereta, Postiguet, Saladar, Tabarca.
  • Altea: La Roda, L’Espigó, Cap Blanc.
  • Benidorm: Levante, Mal Pas, Poniente.
  • Benissa: Cala Fustera.
  • Benitachell: Cala Moraig.
  • Calpe: La Fossa, Cantal Roig, Arenal Bol.
  • Dénia: Les Bovetes, Les Marines, Molins, Punta Raset, Marineta Casiana, Les Deveses.
  • El Campello: Carrer de la Mar, Mutxavista.
  • Elche: El Altet, Arenales del Sol-Sur, La Marina, Carabassí, Les Pesqueres-El Rebollo.
  • Finestrat: La Cala.
  • Guardamar del Segura: La Roqueta, Centre, El Moncayo.
  • Jávea: La Grava, L’Arenal, La Granadella.
  • Orihuela: Punta Prima, Cala Bosque (La Zenia), La Caleta-Cabo Roig, Cala Capitán-Cabo Roig, Aguamarina, Campoamor, Barranco Rubio, Cala Estaca, Cala Mosca, Cala Cerrada, Mil Palmeras.
  • Pilar de la Horadada: Mil Palmeras, Jesuitas, Conde, Rocamar, Puerto.
  • Santa Pola: Calas del Este, Varadero, Llevant, Tamarit, Calas Santiago Bernabéu.
  • Teulada: El Portet, L’Ampolla, Les Platgetes.
  • Torrevieja: Cabo Cervera, El Cura, Los Náufragos, Cala Piteras, Los Locos.
  • Villajoyosa: Varadero, Ciutat (Centro), La Caleta, Bon Nou, Paradís.

 

Beaches of Valencia

  • Bellreguard: Bellreguard.
  • Canet de Berenguer: Racó de la Mar.
  • Cullera: El Dossel, El Faro, Los Olivos, Cap Blanc, Sant Antoni, Racó.
  • Daimuz: Daimuz.
  • Gandía: Nord.
  • Jaraco: Jaraco.
  • La Pobla de Farnals: Pobla de Farnals.
  • Miramar: Miramar.
  • Oliva: Terranova-Burguera, L’ Aigua Morta, Pau-Pi y Aigua Blanca.
  • Piles: Piles.
  • Puzol: Puzol.
  • Sagunto: Corint, L’Almardá, Puerto de Sagunto.
  • Tavernes de la Valldigna: Tavernes de la Valldigna, La Goleta.
  • Valencia: El Saler, La Garrofera, La Devesa, L’ Arbre del Gos, Recatí-Perellonet, Cabañal, Malvarrosa.

Beaches of Castellón

  • Alcalá de Xivert: El Carregador, La Romana, El Moro, Manyetes.
  • Almenara: Casablanca.
  • Benicarló: Morrongo, La Caracola.
  • Benicasim: Voramar, L’Almadrava, Torre de Sant Vicent, ElsTerrers, Heliópolis.
  • Burriana: L’Arenal, El Grao-Malvarrosa.
  • Castellón de la Plana: Pinar, Gurugú, Serradal.
  • Moncófa: El Grao, Pedra Rotja, Masbó, Estanyol.
  • Nules: Marines.
  • Oropesa del Mar: Les Amplaries, Morro de Gos, La Concha, Les Plagetes de Bellver.
  • Peñíscola: Sur, Nord.
  • Torreblanca: Nord.
  • Vinaroz: Fortí, Fora Forat.
  • Xilxes: Les Cases, El Cerezo.

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