Discover the best beaches in the Valencian Community, authentic pearls of the Valencian coast
In Valencia, there are many beaches to enjoy the summer. Among all the beaches of Valencia, there are 10 beaches in the Valencian Community that stand out from the others for their conditions, locations and water.
If you cannot choose which beach in Valencia is the best, here we suggest the best beaches in the Valencian Community, where you can spend your time with your friends and family.
Gandia beach is one of the longest and largest beaches of the cost. Every year, it receives a lot of awards for the quality of its sea and beach. Therefore, it has modern bathing structures and a Nautical Club.
How to get to Gandia beach: once you leave the A7, follow the directions to get to the beach.
Arenal beach (Javea)
Arenal Beach is a very busy beach with a lovely promenade. You can easily access the beach by car. Swimming in Arenal Beach is an experience that you cannot easily forget. It’s very easy to get to Arenal beach because there are many indications and it’s a well known area.
Levante beach (Benidorm)
Levante beach is characterized by hammocks, a long promenade, leisure areas for the little ones and fine sand. Probably, it’s the most popular beach in the area to enjoy the best of summer. Levante beach can be reached from the same urban area of Benidorm, as it is the beach of the city.
Las Arenas beach (Valencia)
Las Arenas beach is the city’s beach. Las Arenas takes its name from an old bathing establishment located on this beach, very famous in the 40s and 50s . It’s just two kilometres from the city centre and there are many ways to get to Las Arenas Beach in Valencia, using the tram, the EMT buses and the Valenbisi. If you decide to take the car, you will find a large parking area along the marina’s promenade in Valencia.
La Devesa beach
La Devesa beach, located near the Albufera Natural Park, has 5 kilometers of fine and golden sand. You can take the car or bike to get directly to La Devesa Beach. By car, you have to take the motorway in direction to El Saler; by Bicycle, instead, the bike path starts near the City of Arts and Sciences.
The Esparrelló beach (Villajoyosa)
The Esparrelló beach, located at the entrance to Villajoyosa from Alicante, this is a hidden beach with white stones. The color of the water is turquoise blue, it has 500 meters longitude and it is definitely an idyllic place to enjoy the sea.
If you want to get to Esparrelló beach by car, you have to go through la Caleta beach, it is much easier to get it walking.
Els Terrers beach (Benicàssim)
Els Terrers beach is an urban beach with a promenade with golden sand. You arrive with the A7 from Benicàssim, and from there to Els Terrers Beach, the trip is short and simple .
L’Aigua Blanca beach (Oliva)
L’Aigua Blanca beach, 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. It is very easy to reach L’Aigua Blanca beach: by bus n.332 or by car, driving on A7 and taking exit 61.
The Racó de la Mar beach (Canet d’En Berenguer)
This beach is considered one of the best beaches in the Valencian Community, with dunes of flora and fauna in a golden sandy and transparent water. The Racó de la Mar beach is a easily accessible beach. From Valencia city, it is possible to reach the beach from the V-21, if you are coming from another place, you need to take the A7.
El Portet beach (Teulada-Moraira)