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Playa de la Malvarrosa (Valencia)

A bustling urban beach in Valencia known for its golden sands, palm-lined promenade, and proximity to the city's vibrant dining and nightlife scene.

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Many people come to Spain in search of great weather, pitchers of sangria, and daily siestas, but the delicious Mediterranean cuisine also makes it one of Europe’s top food destinations. If you’re just getting acclimated to the food in Spain, Spanish Paella is one of the best dishes to try, and what better way to enjoy the rice-based platter than going back to where it originated — Valencia! Located in the heart of the city, Playa de la Malvarrosa is one of the best beaches in Spain for those who want to take an introduction course to Spanish cuisine. It’s a safe, clean, and popular destination among locals and visitors, but the real draw is the beach’s promenade that features an endless array of seaside restaurants and bars, each with their own take on the famous regional dish.

braedentg 3 years ago

Playa de la Malvarrosa (Valencia) Guides

  • The Best Beaches in Spain

    braedentg (Braeden Alexander)
    What comes to mind when you think of the best things to do in Spain? Charming hillside towns, flamenco dancers, unlimited sangria — oh, and of course, time spent on the beach. If you’re in the market for a beach getaway, you’d be hard-pressed to find a better destination than Spain, the official world leader in quality of beaches after being awarded 696 BlueFlags in 2018. So, whether you’re hoping to ride the 12-foot waves at Playa de Mundaka or spend some quality family time under the sun, here are the best beaches in Spain for every type of traveler: