El Saler beach will catch you with its beautiful and wild stretch of sand with a length of 4,900m. It is located in Parque de la Albufera and is a protected area of great environmental wealth. Here, the sea and the dunes take you into a fantasy impressive pine forest around a large lake. Its name, Saler, obviously has its origin in the word “salt” which was the main economic activity in this area until the twentieth century.
It is located about 11 km from the city of Valencia and is a beautiful beach of white sand, natural dunes and rich vegetation that attracts many travelers in search of nature and privacy. It is also a good place to practice various water sports. In summer, the winds of the Garbí are ideal for surfing, windsurfing, paddle surfing and many more.
What El Saler offers
El Saler beach also has a wide range of services and facilities such as renting parasols and deck chairs, showers, toilets, boardwalks and more. Plus, there are plenty of bars and restaurants where you can taste some of the delicious typical foods, mainly their delicious rice. For all this, the El Saler is one of the most appreciated beaches here. They come many Valencians and many travelers who visit these lands, but despite this there is usually more common crowds at the beach Malvarrosa.
How to get to El Saler beach?
Accessing this beach is very easy; you can get to it by car or by bus. Just take the L25 line that has a frequency of 30 minutes and will get you to Avenida de los Pinares, near the beach.
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