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The sights, beaches and landscapes in Puçol breathe the Mediterranean. Come and explore this town located close to València city.

During your time in Puçol, you will be taken aback by how traditions continue to define the landscapes and local lifestyle. The small town enjoys an excellent location close to the coast and the capital of the region, València city. Thanks to excellent connections, getting to Puçol couldn’t be easier. So shall we start our exploration of the town? 

What to do in Puçol

A great place to start your visit is in the town centre. Take a wander and before too long you will come across Santos Juanes church, a magnificent place of worship dating to 1607 that combines Baroque and Renaissance elements and boasts a beautiful interior. Next on your to-visit list is Torre Talai, which is thought to be the most historic building in the municipality, followed by Muralla de Puçol, the walls that used to protect the archbishop’s palace. 

After your walk, you will probably want to have a little sit down in the shade. Parque Josep Mª Ribelles and Paseo de la Constitución are lovely places to do just that. Once you’ve got your strengths up again, it’s time to head outside the town centre to Marjal dels Moros to take a walk

This wetland is a bird protection area so make sure you don’t forget your binoculars to spot all the different species that call the area home or are temporarily passing through. Marjal dels Moros is thought to have been connected to Albufera de València centuries ago; indeed, it is just as enchanting and has similar scenery and wildlife. 

Another great excursion is to Molí de Vent, which is one of a handful of windmills in the Region of Valencia. Just a kilometre from the centre of Puçol, this mill is a lovely place to take a walk and climb up a little hill where you can breathe in views over the surrounding scenery. 

Next on the list is Puçol beach, a sandy expanse equipped with all the services you need and plenty of options to do some water sports. Our last recommendation is to coincide your visit with fiestas populares y patronales, a festival that is held around the 8 September, and the perfect occasion to experience the town’s vibrant spirit. So what are you waiting for? Start planning your trip to Puçol today.

How to get here:

Just 8 kilometres from Sagunto to the north and 18 kilometres from Valencia to the south, with direct access along the A-7 and V-21 motorways, the N-340 A-road and the local Renfe trains.

Oficinas de turismo:


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