Ready to swim in the Mediterranean? Find out which route to the beach is best suited for you!

If you are staying in Valencia and planning to go to one of the many beautiful beaches in Valencia, Spain, the city’s public transportation offers easily accessible routes to head directly to the beach from the city center. Whether you travel via metro, bus, or tram, these lines will help you stay out of the sun longer and into the ocean water quicker.

If you are planning to visit Malvarrosa Beach, Valencia or Las Arenas Beach, Valencia, take either of these routes for your convenience:

  • Metro/Tram from Colon: Line 5 towards Maritim-Serreria then transfer to line 8 stop at Marina Reial Joan Carles or line 6 towards Tossal del Rei, stop Les Arenes or Eugenia Vines
  • Bus: Line 1, 2, 19, 31, or 32

Another option for visitors and inhabitants alike is to rent a bicycle to enjoy a cool breeze to and from the beach.

Beaches outside of Valencia city

If you wish to visit more secluded beaches outside of Valencia, these are the different routes you can take.

  • How to arrive Pinedo Beach, Valencia

    • EMT Bus line 14 (Forn d’Alcedo/ Pinedo- Plaza del Ayuntamiento)
    • EMT Bus line 15 (Pinedo- Plaza del Ayuntamiento)
  • How to arrive to Saler Beach, Valencia

    • EMT Bus line 15 (Pinedo- Plaza del Ayuntamiento)
    •  Herca Bus (direction: Saler- Perello)

You can also spend a full day at the beach by visiting one of the nearby campsites that also offers bus stop services.

Metro/Tram Map

How to get to the beach in Valencia\