• The foothills of the Sierra de Las Zorras (or Rabosses), upon which the lighthouse perches, and the estuary of the river Júcar divide the Cullera coastline into three different sections. To the north of the lighthouse lies a peaceful beach almost 2 km long where one can swim vurtually alone. In addition, three different inlets - Faro, Olivos and Cap Blanc - are a paradise for windsurf enthusiasts. The enormous Bahía de los Naranjos bay stretches towards the south, sheltering the popular beaches of Racó, Santa Marta and San Antonio. Besides having full facilities, the beaches at Cullera also have summer activities such as windsurf or paddleboat rental to get out to the Peña del Moro, an ideal spot for diving. The beaches beyond the river estuary are calmer and more unspoilt, with the advantage of many restaurants serving rice and fish specialities next to the Estany, a picturesque fresh water lake.

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Playas:

  • Los Olivos Beach

    Also known as L’Illa or Punta Negra, it is a wide creek of fine sand sheltered by two spikes making it very safe for children.

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  • Dossel Beach

    Natural beach of almost one kilometre long, of fine sand and clear waters. It is very quiet and nudism is practised on its northern extreme. To the south it ends at the cape and the...

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  • Playa Raco de Cullera

    Delimited areas for sports and children’s games, floating platforms and stands for hiring windsurfing boards ginger up this beach of urban ambience from which excellent views to Bahía de...

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  • San Antonio

    Being the most cosmopolitan beach in the town, it offers a beach of about two kilometres and a half long and 75 metres wide with all kind of services. Beach of fine golden sand very...

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  • El Faro

    Small and isolated creek located on the southern extreme of the lighthouse in Cullera. Creek with clear waters and...

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  • Mareny de San Llorenç

    It is an agreeable natural beach. Open and of fine sand, its greatest attraction are the dune chain delimiting it and the hurdles covered by rosebays giving way to well cared orange...

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  • Img 1: Marenyet/Estany
    Located to the south of the mouth of river Júcar, it is shaped by a wide beach followed by small creeks formed by spikes sheltering a fine golden sand. Its environment is dominated by L’Estany...
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  • Img 1: Brosquil
    Located to the south of the channel L’Estany, it is also known as El Dorado beach. Beach of fine golden sand and holding out the attraction of being surrounded by magnificent restaurants where trying...
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  • Playa del Marenyet

    This golden sandy beach sits in between Estany beach to the south and the mouth of the River Xúquer to the north, and its breakwater encompasses the area of l'Illa beach.

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  • Playa Cap Blanc Cullera

    One of the favourite creeks of windsurfing lovers because of its winds: mild morning breezes and strong Garbí wind in the afternoon, ideal for experienced navigators. It is a wide creek of...

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