If there is one thing that characterises Valencia, it is the great diversity of its beaches. That’s why on its coasts we can find several beaches where we can practice naturism in a natural and quiet way and connect with the nature of the area.

A very particular alternative, but beeing honest with ourselves, has been gaining a lot of popularity in recent years. So let’s take a look at the whole range of nudist beaches that can be found in this province bathed by the Mediterranean Sea.

Playa del L’ Ahuir (Gandia)

Two kilometres of golden sand surrounded by dunes. It can be reached on foot or by car from the VP-1056 road along the coast and taking the turn-off at kilometre 17.4, this is one of the favourite spots for nudists. Once there, the nudist area is on the left.
How to get – Google maps

Playa de El Saler (Valencia)

Signposted as a nudist beach with an 800-metre long stretch between its dunes of crystal-clear water. Go to the Hotel Sidi El Saler and follow the road on the left until the last car park where you will see the nudist beach sign. It is wheelchair accessible so accessibility will not be a problem at all.
How to get – Google maps

Playa Mareny de San Llorenç, Cullera (Valencia)

This natural beach is characterised by the oleander reeds that open the way to the orange groves typical of this area. Access is on foot along the sea, although it can be a magnificent opportunity to take a refreshing stroll.
How to get – Google maps

Playa de El Dosel y Playa el Brosquil, Cullera (Valencia)

Accessible on foot in the Albufera Natural Park at the foot of the mountain of Cullera. A place where you can witness all the vegetation of the marshes and where you can go with dogs.
How to get – Google maps

Zona libre de la Playa de Pinedo (Valencia)

Located between the Casa Negra and the Plezi factory and covered by a blanket of fine sand. Double access from the roundabout of the Star drive-in cinema or from the Collvert campsite. If you enter from the Autocine you will have to park in the car park and cross the beach of L’Arbre del Gos on foot.
How to get – Google maps

Playa Corinto- Malvarrosa, Sagunto (Valencia)

It has the peculiarity of being marked as a campsite with a car park, but in reality there are three beaches in Sagunto where you can practise nudism: Almardá, Corinto and Malvarrosa. All of them have a contrast of coarse and fine sand.
How to get – Google maps

Saler Lake Beach in La Dehesa (Valencia)

Almost five kilometres of fine sand in the Albufera Natural Park next to El Saler beach. Once there, the concrete path will lead you to the beach without getting lost.
How to get – Google maps

Playa de L’Aigua Blanca, Oliva (Valencia)

Located in the Pego-Oliva marsh where you can go nudism because behind the dunes there is a promenade between the beach and the chalets.

How to get – Google maps

Cala de Cap Marti/ Sardinera, Jávea (Alicante)

A solitary cove that can be reached along the path through the pine woods. As boats are allowed to anchor here at certain times you may find this area dirty.
How to get – Google maps

El Carabassí, Elche (Alicante)

Unspoilt beach catalogued as an area of ecological protection. Surrounded by Els Bassals and Clot where you can enjoy the typical vegetation of Alicante.
How to get – Google maps

Playa Ambolo, Jávea (Alicante)

A natural cove where you can enjoy the fauna of the seabed by diving. Located to the south of Cabo de la Nao and opposite Descubridor Island.

How to get – Google maps

Playa de Portichol Jávea (Alicante)

Rocky seabed with crystal clear waters and old fishermen’s houses where you can practise nudism and visit the island of Portixol.

How to get – Google maps

Playa de Mascarat Norte, Altea (Alicante)

Located in the Sierra Helada Natural Park where nudism is mixed.
How to get – Google maps

La Cala, Les Rotes, Denia (Alicante)

Difficult to access due to the narrow and steep stairs that lead to this cove.

How to get – Google maps

Cala de Tío Ximo, Benidorm (Alicante)

The closest place to the city for nudism, although there are people wearing swimming costumes, so nudists use the side rocks.
How to get – Google maps

Cala Fonda, Villajoyosa (Alicante)

Little known and isolated on the coastal path from La Vila to Cala de Finestrat.
How to get – Google maps

Playa L’Esparrelló, Villajoyosa (Alicante)

With signposted access and blue waters. It is a beach with a small cove at the entrance and a larger beach that can be reached on foot.
How to get – Google maps

Playa de Los Saladares (Alicante)

Protected area with access for disabled people. Dogs are allowed between October and February.
How to get – Google maps

Playa el Rebollo, Elche (Alicante)

Golden dunes and little traffic. You have to walk along a path to get there. There are car parks available.
How to get – Google maps

Playa de Los Tusales (Alicante)

The mouth of the Segura river sometimes makes this beach dirty, that is why El Rebollo is preferred.

How to get – Google maps
A set of beaches that we at Victoria Cars recommend if what you want is to be in full contact with nature.
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