Valencia is a land that lives off tourism for obvious reasons. Not only are there incredible towns and villages, but you also have the opportunity to visit beaches that you would never want to leave. Some of them are nudist beaches, as is the case of the ones you are going to see in this article.
I have selected the three that I liked the most, but I encourage you to use the comments section to add other beaches that in your opinion should be in the Top 3.
El Saler Beach (Valencia)
With an extension of almost three kilometres, El Saler is one of the most important beaches in the Valencian Community. It is located in the southern part of Valencia and boasts Blue Flag status, which is not surprising considering the cleanliness of its waters and its surroundings (it is part of the Albufera Nature Reserve).
It has white sand and dunes, so it is a spectacle for the eyes that can be enjoyed while practising nudism, as there is an area of about 800 metres that can be reached by reaching the last block of flats in the direction of the Hotel Sidi Saler.
Pinedo Beach (Valencia)
Pinedo beach also has an area reserved for those who want to practise nudism. To get there you have to go through some dunes that are located where the Casa Negra restaurant used to be, on a promenade that took precisely that name: Casa Negra. That is why some people prefer to say that it is on the same level as the Star drive-in cinema.
As it borders to the south with the beach of El Saler, in this case we can also say that it is located in the Albufera Natural Park.
Mareny de San Llorenç Beach (Cullera)
This beach is not in the city of Valencia, but in the town of Cullera. It is just over 3 kilometres long and is around 45 metres wide. It is not usually very difficult to lay your towel on the sand because it is one of those beaches that are safe from the overcrowding that does occur on other Valencian beaches during the summer months.
The fact that it is isolated from the big city, as well as being delimited by a cordon of dunes, makes it one of the most relaxing beaches belonging to the Albufera Natural Park. It is recommended to access through the Carbonell entrance, a path that no longer has the same levels of vegetation as in the past.