The marshlands are extensions of land dedicated mainly to the cultivation of rice which represent one of the most identifying features of Valencia. They are humid zones, generally located near the sea, marshy lands covered with vegetation.
These territories have an enormous environmental value with a great wealth of flora and fauna. In addition, it is an important passage area for thousands of migratory birds.
The marsh of the Albufera of Valencia, located within the Natural Park of the region, one of the largest in the entire peninsula, includes the municipalities of Alfafar, Sedaví, Massanassa, Catarroja, Albal, Beniparrell, Silla, Sollana, Sueca, Cullera, Albalat and Algemesí.
Pictures by Sueca Turisme, Valencia Turisme, María Carbonell and Susana Godoy.
Its extension is 25 meters wide. Average...
A beach of golden sand and crystal clear waters, it is considered one of the most familiar beaches of the...
Llastra beach is totally adapted for people with reduced mobility, with the material and personnel...
Located between two mouths of La Albufera, this beach has two kilometers of fine golden sand, with a...
The marshlands are extensions of land dedicated mainly to the cultivation of rice which represent one of the most...
Youth House Old Barn
Old barn and rice dryer. The exterior walls of the dryer are built and finished with face tile and stone...
Els Porxets (The Archade)
Built by the architect Vicent Gascó i...
Moli Fariner Library
Large building with a rectangular floor plan,...
In the building we must highlight:
The white marble staircase with balustrades crowned...
Joan Fuster House
The house of Joan Fuster, was built in 1917 by the architect Bonaventura Ferrando Castells. It consists of...
Pasqual Fos House
The Pasqual Fos house was built in 1909 by the architect Bonaventura Ferrando Castells. It consists of...
Ateneo del Socorro
At one end of Sequial street, one of the town’s main streets you can see the Ateneo Sueco del...
Old people's Home
From local architect Bonaventura Ferrando Castells, this building stands out for its combination of the...
Train Station Park
A 19th century garden with monumental trees and a...
It is a big building with a large rice dryer, a barn, a thresher and the house of the millers. It also has...
The current building is from 1613 with different alterations made since then, the most remarkable one from...