Take a swim in the ocean, stroll along the boardwalk, or enjoy a delicious paella! Las Arenas beach in Valencia is the best place to do all three.


Las Arenas beach (or plaja de les Arenes, in Valencian) is one of the most popular beaches in Valencia, Spain. As for it’s location in Valencia, Las Arenas beach is between the port of the city (Juan Carlos I Marina) and the famous Malvarrosa Beach. Amongst many reasons to visit, the beachside boardwalk is where you can find the most traditional and iconic beach restaurants in the city

Arriving Las Arenas Beach by bus

Buses that will take you to Las Arenas beach in Valencia: within the city there are 7 bus routes that you can take that run on a regular basis all year round towards Las Arenas beach:

  •  2 ‘La Malva·rosa – Campanar’
  • 19 ‘La Malva·rosa – Pl. Ajuntament’
  • 31 ‘La Malva·rosa – Poeta Querol’
  • 32 ‘Passeig Marítim – Marqués de Sotelo’
  • N1 ‘Pl. Ajuntament – La Malva·rosa’ (night bus)
  • N9 ‘Pl. Ajuntament – Cabanyal’  (night bus)

Or if the bus route doesn’t work for you, discover other ways how to get to the beaches of Valencia.

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