Malvarrosa Beach

Malvarrosa Beach

A quintessential Valencian urban beach, Malvarrosa Beach lies between the town of Alboraya and the road Acequia de la Cadena. It was named by the gardener Felix Robillard, who used to hold the position of head gardener at the Botanical Garden in Valencia. It is approximately 1,000 metres long and 140 metres wide. It’s a wide beach with fine sand, flanked by its board walkway, with amenities within reach.
It has a high rate of occupancy during the year, and is highly visited by locals.
Highlights: Awarded a Blue Flag, this Spanish beach holds the Q Mark for Tourist Quality.
Services available: Board walkway, bars, restaurants, hotels, showers, toilets, car park, fountains, footbaths, two watchtowers, and hammock rental. It has disabled access.
We recommend this Spanish beach to the public in general.

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