This 7 km promenade links northern coast beaches, known as the “Malva-rosa” and “El Cabanyal-Arenas”. This have received the highest environmental awards. The average 19ºC temperature allows visitors to enjoy the beaches and the great variety of prestigious restaurants located along the promenade, at any season.
El Cabanyal Beach (Las Areans)
Just a few minutes out of the city centre you’ll find the Arenas beach, with its breathtaking Paseo Marítimo, where you can enjoy an authentic Valencian paella, or some seafood tapas. Beside this beach is where the Hotel Las Arenas is located. It’s the ideal location for those who want a little bit of peace and quiet.
La Malvarrosa Beach
Located towards the north of the Arenas beach, its sheer size and fine sand make it the beach to be at. On this beach, you’ll find the recently restored Casa-Museo de Vicente Blasco Ibáñez, which will transport you back to the time when this home-grown writer walked the streets of Valencia.
At the edge of town, to the south of the Port and the Pinedo Club Náutico lies this beach. A traditional hub for fishermen and farmers, it is equipped with public amenities as well as restaurants and entertainment venues stretching as far as the second jetty of the Paseo Marítimo.