Spanish Valencia is rich in sights and even its cathedral is special. Recognized by the Vatican, it contains the Holy Grail relic of all times and peoples, and the bell tower bears the name of Miguelette and hovers over the city, visible from any point. The suburbs of Valencia, on the other hand, are quiet and beachy, but these pretty towns also have many places worth visiting for the curious traveler..
This is what the Costa de Valencia coast and its residents and guests of numerous local resorts are called. Mountains and the sea are the main components of the natural Valencian landscape, and local beaches have repeatedly received the prestigious Blue Flag Certificate for their cleanliness and special attitude to the environment..
Among the beach resorts in the suburbs of Valencia, several cities are especially loved by tourists:
- Two dozen kilometers of beaches in Denia is a great opportunity to choose a hotel and a beach to your liking, and the sun and the sea will still be common to everyone and seem generous for warm and comfortable rest. A special feature of this resort suburb of Valencia is the abundance of fish restaurants right on the beach, in each of which real masters of their craft work tirelessly with skillful hands. The best place to taste the famous paella is in Denia. For curious travelers, the town will fascinatingly tell about its historical past, it is enough just to visit the local Museum of Archeology, admire the ancient masonry of the castle and take several panoramic photos at the foot of the windmill.
- The beaches of Oliva are not so crowded, and therefore are unusually suitable for lovers of secluded relaxation. The sandy bottom and the gentle entrance to the sea attract families with children to this suburb of Valencia. The infrastructure of the resort is thought out to the smallest detail, and many medieval attractions will diversify your beach vacation with interesting walks. The most interesting building of the town is the castle of St. Anne of the 17th century, and the most interesting event is the festival in honor of the patroness of Oliva, the Blessed Virgin of Reboletta. The beginning of September is the time for fairs, tastings of young wine and folk festivals in traditional Spanish style.
- Cullera is easily accessible by train. This suburb of Valencia is famous for its clean beaches, divided by rocky mountain spurs into secluded coves. The swimming season starts in Cullera in early June and lasts until the end of October. Shielded by the mountains from the hot winds, this part of the Spanish Riviera is famous for its mild climate and is often preferred by older tourists. Aquapolis water park in this suburb of Valencia makes holidays with children of all ages pleasant and interesting.