My eyes got to your red twilights, as the curve to the path.
(Joan Manuel Serrat)

Valencia, the ‘city of light’, is located on the shores of the Mediterranean, a destination where you will find magnificent beaches. We recommend you to discover the maritime character of the city with a route through the main attractions by the sea.

You can visit the Royal Navy, a large port area created for the celebration of the America’s Cup and where you will visit the Veles e Vents building. In the area you will find places to have a snack overlooking the sea.

Valencia, a privileged city for being an urban destination and a coastal destination, just 15 minutes from the city center are the beaches of Las Arenas and Malvarrosa and the Cabañal, presided over by blue flags. The main beaches of the city are extensive urban beaches in which you will have the opportunity to cool off on the Mediterranean coast without leaving the city. The experience of enjoying the delicacies of the Valencian gastronomy in front of the sea is unmatched.

In addition to the urban beaches, just 10 km away, we find the wildest beaches in Valencia and preserved in their natural state, surrounded by sand dunes and dense vegetation such as El Saler beach or the beaches of the heart of the natural park of the Albufera.

Another attraction near the sea is the El Cabañal neighborhood. This old fishing district, located next to the Mediterranean, preserves a good part of its essence and the buildings that made it famous. The Cabañal is a charming neighborhood, where the light of Valencia, perhaps due to its proximity to the sea, shines brighter.