Malvarrosa beach

Malvarrosa Beach is the city beach of Valencia. It's name and of the neighborhood next to it, dates from 1848 and was invented by a gardener, Felix Robillard, who by then held the position of head gardener of the Botanical. The beach, which in ancient times was used for unloading of fishes and trade exchange between the different villages near the capital, finally became a resting place for the Valencian bourgeoisie. Among its illustrious holidaymakers were Sorolla and Blasco Ibanez.

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sand
water
Price definition of price gratis
Geographical coordinates 39.4791670, -0.3230560
Address Valencia, Paseo Marítimo

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