Valencia has a long coastline of 25 km, of which 19.5 are beaches.

The temperate weather of the coast, its long beaches, the natural coves and the warm waters of the Mediterranean sea, make possible to enjoy the sun and the sea almost 365 days a year. There are many beaches that Valencia region hosts; without leaving Valencia you can enjoy these 8 beaches that we show you below:


1. Malvarrosa

Malvarrosa beach is the urban beach of Valencia par excellence, the most famous beach of all the Valencian beaches. Because of its proximity and open space, it is usually the busiest during the summer and it usually hosts numerous activities, such as volleyball tournaments, concerts or fly kites meetings. Its promenade, which began to be built in 1980, houses restaurants and cafés. It has different lifeguard services and an area adapted for people with reduced mobility.

1, 2, 19, 20, 31, 32, N1, N9.


2. Cabañal-Arenes 

Cabañal-Arenes beach is the second urban beach par excellence, behind Malvarrosa beach, which attracts hundreds of tourists year after year. This emblematic beach, which takes its name from the adjacent neighbourhood, the Cabañal neighbourhood, is located a few minutes from the city centre of Valencia and offers all the amenities: restaurants, lifeguard services, transportation and recreational areas. All distributed over 1200 meters of sand. Originally, this beach was known as ‘Levante’ or ‘Cabañal’, although it is popular known as Las Arenas because of the traditional ‘Balneario de las Arenas’ that was the meeting place for the Valencian bourgeoisie of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. Currently there is an imposing hotel that has kept the name in his honour.

Bus: 19, 31, 32, 92, 93, 98, 95, 99, N1, N9.


3. Pinedo

Pinedo is a small district on the southeast of the city of Valencia. The beach of Pinedo is made of fine and golden sand and its waters are calm. It limits to the north with the new mouth of the Turia River and with Pinedo and rice fields of the interior. You can enter the protected area of the Albufera Natural Park. It has an urbanized promenade of around 3 km. long in which there is a wide variety of beach bars and restaurants. There is an area for nudism and another to go with dogs. The latter is the closest to the port of the city.

Bus: 14, 15 y 25.


4. L’Arbre del Gos

L’Arbre del Gos beach is a wild and quiet beach near the first dunes of the Albufera Natural Park. It has a length of 2600 meters and it is equipped with all services, including a bike path on its seafront.

Bus: 25.


5. El Saler

El Saler beach is maybe one of the best beaches of Valencia. It is on south of the city and is famous for its white sand and its big area, delimited by ‘La Marjal’ and ‘La Albufera’.

Bus: 25.


6. La Garrofera

This beach is inside the national park of Albufera and offers one kilometre of fine sand. ‘La Garrofera’ is between ‘El Saler’ and ‘La Devesa’. First stretch of 800 meters is a naturist area. It has lifeguard services.

Bus: 190C y 25.


7. La Devesa

15 minutes from the city of Valencia there are important ecosystems such as the beach of ‘Devesa del Saler’ or ‘Dehesa’. This one, also called “Playa de la Malladeta”, separates the Albufera lake from Mediterranean Sea. ‘La Devesa’ is special because is one of the beaches that is inside the natural park of Albufera. This is one of its attractions. Also, it has 5 km. of fine sand and littoral dunes that protect an ecosystem full of lagoons and all kinds of vegetation that protect many birds. Here, nudism is permitted.

Bus: 190C y 25.


8. Recatí-Perellonet

Its 4 kilometres of sand and its width of approximately 45 meters, make the area of Recatí-Perellonet an ideal beach for sports. In the first line there are several restaurants where they serve fresh fish and other typical dishes of Valencian cuisine. It is a quiet beach of fine sand, bounded by a residential area known as the Perellonet, behind which extends a large expanse of rice crops. It has lifeguard and health care services.

Bus: 25.


On January 24th and 25th 2024, ESMOVIA hosted the fourth Transnational Meeting in Valencia, Spain with our fellow European partners, Universidad Cattolica del Sacro Cuore (IT), the University of Applied Labor Studies of the Federal Employment Agency HdBA (DE), and the Institute of Research and Information on Volunteering IRIV (FR). This meeting forms a part of our KA2 Erasmus European project EMoCC – European Mobility for Career Counseling.

Our EMoCC project aims at promoting European job mobility by providing adequate training to Career Counselors in the form of 2 different massive open online courses (MOOC). Our prestigious team is multi-disciplinary, and our accumulated knowledge and expertise is resulting in a very high value product being created.

In this transnational meeting, we brought together the results and feedback of the first two project results, and embedded it into the MOOC on European mobility creation, to make it stronger and even more aligned with our future course users. We shared our progress on the dissemination of our project and continued to commit ourselves to further share the message, to reach as many potential users as possible. Through creative processes, shared discussions, and personal debates, partners have decided on the content of this second MOOC and the workflow and strategy, something we are proud to announce as we step into this last phase. We want our product to reach as many eyes as possible!

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The following results are foreseen in the project:

Project Result 1 – AtoM and WoMSA: We started with a qualitative study “AToM, Attitude Toward Moving,” which aimed to understand personal attitude and motivation towards mobility, through the means of individual interviews and focus groups. This information was then used to design a quantitative study, “WoMSA, Work Mobility Skills and Attitude Scale,” a questionnaire dispatched for individuals and counselors to better understand themselves within competences, motivation, and satisfaction inside a mobility experience. This questionnaire is a huge added value of this project, as it is a useful tool to implement in many different professional sectors across counseling and teaching. This phase was led by Universidad Cattolica del Sacro Cuore.
To carry out WoMSA questionnaire go to

Project Result 2 – MOCC on Career Counseling: We created the first MOOC, massive open online course, a 30-hour training, composed of many different media elements, to upskill the abilities of counselors. Each partner contributed their expertise within the topics. A continued testing phase is being carried out by users from all countries. This phase was led by the University of Applied Labor Studies of the Federal Employment Agency, HdBA.
To enroll in the “MOOC in Career Counseling” go to

Project Result 3 – MOOC on European Mobility: We are excited to announce that we are currently starting the last phase of the project, our second MOOC. A 30-hour training, composed of different media elements, training already qualified counselors, to become European mobility experts, to help inspire increased movement. We are now in the creation stage. This phase is being led by ESMOVIA.