The Cullera Beach is one of the most common holiday destinations for family tourism on the coast of Valencia. It is a beach that although it does not provided facilities such as for example showers ... its a very pleasant beach and always full in the summer ... the water is very warm and the sand is of medium grade, somewhat grainy, but is usually very clean. You have to be careful of the hottest days as they tend to accumulate jellyfish on its shores.
Five of the beaches that make a part of this coast are distinguished by the blue flag.
Cullera is the only area of the coast Valencia that has an accident orographic which is like the Sierra de las Zorras, from where you can look at the beautiful views of the coast.
At the port we can take advantage of buying fish at the market and visit the lighthouse, the Bay area of the orange trees which is located away from the mountain where the water is calm and not very deep, ideal for enjoying a bath.... This whole area is covered by a promenade filled with restaurants, shops, ice cream and entertainment ... it is a quiet town that lives mainly from tourism, there you can climb mountains, stroll through the old part of the town or visit the Castle and the Sanctuary of the Virgin, who are on the opposite side of the mountain where the lighthouse is.
Or you can visit the Pirate Museum and the caves of Dragut, this is another option.
As for the nightlife, there are several local clubs and discotheques in the Barcelona Street and on the seafront which meets the ideas of the youngest public, these places are usually open only during the summer for the tourist to visit.