The Costa Valencia, the ideal holiday destination!
Bordered by the clear waters of the Mediterranean, the Costa de Valencia stretches over 100 km, offering an exceptional coastline, warm translucent waters and some of the most beautiful golden sand beaches in the country! But it isn’t just the seaside that attracts holidaymakers: the area inland offers a wealth of natural sites, typical villages and activities for you to enjoy. The Costa de Valencia is a destination with many attractions!
Recharge your batteries in between two excursions in the region of Valencia and lay down your bags at your Sandaya campsite, where the very best of camping awaits you: water park with heated pool, direct access to the sea, comfortable accommodation for all tribes and all tastes, free children's clubs, daytime activities and evening entertainment. Plenty on offer leaving you free to create your very own tailor-made programme!
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Visit the Costa de Valencia with your family
Take your family to the Albufera Natural Park for a day that will offer you a wealth of new experiences and amazement. Covering an area of over 21,000 hectares, this protected wetland is home to a rich flora and fauna. There is nothing better than learning while you admire the beauty and treasures of nature!
On a completely different note, try out some water sports with the family for many great holiday memories! This small corner of the Mediterranean is perfect for indulging in your favourite water-based activity: stand-up paddleboarding, kitesurfing, windsurfing, sailing or scuba diving. And the great thing about water sports is that, once you’ve finished, you can continue your day at the seaside with swimming galore and rest and relaxation in the Spanish sun.
Visit the Costa de Valencia as a couple
Hand in hand with your other half, spend a day visiting the vibrant city of Valencia. It is currently very popular and you will soon understand why as you sample its unique way of life, its central market that invites you on an astonishing journey of the senses, the beautiful Sainte-Marie Cathedral, the Turia garden, not to mention the City of Arts and Sciences, a futuristic building that houses museums, a planetarium and Europe's largest aquarium!
Now that you've enjoyed some culture, it's time for a relaxing moment at the seaside! Lovebirds will have plenty to do since there is no shortage of beautiful beaches in this little piece of Spanish paradise. El Saler beach is ideal for windsurfing, Gandie beach is livelier with its beachfront restaurants, while the wilder La Devesa beach is perfect for a romantic moment at the waterside. As you can see, whatever your taste, there's always a beach that’s right for you!
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Regional specialities not to be missed: horchata, a drink made with tiger nuts, paella, the signature dish invented here, and orange juice from the region's orange groves!
Did you know? The Costa de Valencia and the Valencian Community in general boast over 2,700 hours of sunshine a year, enough to ensure you can get your fill of vitamin D at any time of year.
Orange trees, rice plantations and marshes: the diversity of the Valencian landscape will not fail to surprise and delight you!
Whether on land or at sea, the activities are as varied as your wishes and can be adapted to suit all levels. Stand-up paddleboarding, kitesurfing or hiking, what are you going to be tempted by?