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Soft golden sand, rugged cliffs, hidden nooks and boundless stretches: the coves and beaches in the Region of Valencia are the main attraction for many visitors. Come and discover this beautiful stretch of the Mediterranean.

Benidorm, Gandia and Oropesa del Mar are names that conjure up images of sparkling coastline lapped by the blue waters of the Mediterranean. The Region of Valencia is lined with a diverse selection of coves and beaches, meaning there is something for everyone, whatever you’re looking for. Why not use our searcher to find the beach that best meets your needs or to discover a new coastal destination. Planning your trip can be as easy as relaxing as bobbing about in the warm water. 


Beaches in the Region of Valencia: the province of Castellón

The province of Castellón coastline pairs wild coves, such as Ribamar in Sierra de Irta with long beaches where you’ll find plenty of services and ways to while away the hours, such as Heliópolis in Benicasim. Each spot is beautiful in its own unique way. ​​​​​​​

Beaches in the Region of Valencia: the province of Valencia

The beaches in Cullera are a great choice if you’re looking to enjoy long days of sun, sea and sand. Here you can spend hours snorkelling in the waters or lounging around on the sand with a great book in your hands. If you fancy staying closer to València. you could always head to the beach in El Cabanyal, a district that is just a stone’s throw from all the wonders of the city. 

Beaches in the Region of Valencia: the province of Alicante

Every list of the best coves and beaches in the Region of Valencia simply has to include the spectacular coves located along the Paseo Ecológico linking Calpe and Benissa, such as Pinets. There are also destinations where you can find long sandy beaches like La Roqueta in Guardamar del Segura. The province of Alicante is bursting with beautiful stretches of coastline. 

Dog-friendly beaches in the Region of Valencia 

When travelling with their four-legged friends, dog-friendly beaches are high on visitors' wishlists. There are a number of places where you can enjoy a day at the beach with your dog. In the province of Castellón, for instance, you could head to the dog-friendly section of El Rajadell beach, while Pinedo beach is a great option in València and El Xarco beach in Villajoyosa is a must in the province of Alicante. 

Enjoy the beautiful coastline of the Region of Valencia, marvel at the quality of the beaches and check the weather before you head off. Use the searcher to find the beach you’re looking for or to be inspired. Just fill in some of the search fields and get ready to discover some incredible stretches of the Mediterranean coastline. ​​​​​​​

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