Cullera, Valencia


Cullera Promenade

Promenade with well-tended gardens and areas with palm trees that runs along the beaches of Racó, San Antonio and Escollera, until reaching very close to the breakwater of the mouth of the river Júcar.

It is located between the buildings and the sea, next to the beaches, a little away from the noise of the roads and the rest of the urban roads. Actually it is one of the longest and most important seaside promenade in the Valencian Community. In addition, it has restaurants, cafeterias, playgrounds, and other diverse leisure services.


Cullera, Valencia
Departamento de Régimen Interior del Ayuntamiento de Cullera
96 172 00 00
EXTERIOR FEATURES: Beaches, parking, fountains, gardens, sculptures, thatched roof, trees.
ATMOSPHERE: Luminous, exterior, spacious, cool, sunny, summer, touristy.
ACCESS: On foot you can access from any point adjacent to the promenade. By vehicle you can access from Caminàs del Hòmens street, Madrid and Lope de Vega.
RESTRICTIONS: Unauthorized vehicles can not circulate.
PARKING: There is a car park called 'La rada' located a few meters from the seafront. It is free all year except in the summer season.
NOISES: Throughout the year: waves, breeze, wildlife (seagulls). Touristic periods: crowd, characteristic sounds of hotel and leisure services.
DATES AND ACCESS HOURS: 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.


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