Third Spanish city after Madrid and Barcelone, Valence is among the most important destinations of the mediterranean coast. The points of interest are numerous. We can mention the remarkable City of Arts and Sciences built in the old Rio Turia bed with his oceanographic museum (22 are municipal, 2€ the entrance and free on Sundays), the del Turia garden which occupies the old bed of Rio and tht extends on 9 km forms a gigantic green flow and mostly its animation all year long.
The seaside of Valence occupies the north part. Bordered by a pleasant pedestrian promenade with many restaurants (the tram line runs alongside this promenade), this beach of Valence is one of the most lively of the surroundings. Extra fine sand, numerous sport equipments and very good monitoring…it is the meeting point of the Valencians. Two steps away, the numerous discotheques rythm the summer nights.
Ten kilometers north from Valence, the marina of Port Saplaya is appreciated for its calm and its two beautiful beaches. But it is in the south that we find the most beautiful beaches. They start at the level of Pinedo and extend to the lighthouse of Cullera almost 30 kms of sand with totally desert areas. Valence is also an important port with maritime connections with the Island of Majorca (Palma de Mallorca) and the Island of Ibiza (Eivissa).
Passeig de Neptú 46011 València
Travessia de Pinedo al Mar 46012 ...
Carrera del Riu 46012 Valencia