Hotels in Puerto Sagunto
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Puerto Sagunto 209 yd from city centre
Hostal Teide is located in central Puerto de Sagunto, less than 5 minutesâ€™ drive from the beach. It offers a 24-hour...
Exe Puerto De Sagunto
Puerto Sagunto 744 yd from city centre
Exe Puerto de Sagunto offers modern accommodation within Sagunto’s important business areas. It is a 20-minute walk from...
Puerto Sagunto 1,328 yd from city centre
Located just 50 metres from the beach, Albahicín guest house is located in Puerto de Sagunto and offers a bar, air conditioning...
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With one of the more beautiful and cared for beaches in the Valencia region, Puerto de Sagunto is a pleasure to visit for sun-and-sand seekers. Moments from historic Sagunto, you can explore the region’s impressive clifftop attractions, like Castillo de Sagunto, or indulge in some much-deserved beach therapy.
Puerto de Sagunto offers a great variety of affordable accommodation options, including wonderful waterfront hotels.
Neighbourhoods of Puerto de Sagunto
Explore Puerto de Sagunto’s coastal neighbourhoods:
- Playa del Puerto de Sagunto : The beach area is an absolute dream. There's comfortable swimming in a pretty bay which is well looked after with lifeguards. The surrounding area features pretty palm groves and sandy trails. You’ll find ample restaurants and hotels here along Av. Mediterráneo.
- Port Esportiu de Canet Siles : North of the main beach along a pebbly shoreline, you’ll find this pretty marina area which is home to luxury yachts and sailing boats. Some of the area's top seafood restaurants can be found here, along with a charming northerly beach, Playa de Canet.
- Triángulo Umbral : Puerto de Sagunto’s main park sits in the centre of town and it’s where you’ll find the central bus hub. You'll also find ample bars and shops around here, especially along Avinguda 9 d'Octubre.
What to see and do in Puerto de Sagunto
Puerto de Sagunto’s main attraction is its lovingly maintained beach. The beach is well guarded with active drones preventing swimmers from drifting too far into dangerous currents, and the southern area of the beach promenade features attractive sand dunes. Despite the presence of lifeguards, the beach is very safe with idyllic shallow bays for families to swim and play in. What’s more, you’re not far from historic Sagunto’s city centre, just 6km west. Here, you can explore Cementerio Judio, the impressive Castell de Sagunt and the small but captivating local historical museum, Museo Histórico de Sagunto. The region is also ripe for hikes offering impressive panoramas of the Balearics.
What to eat in Puerto de Sagunto
Sagunto is renowned for its seafood, with classic local dishes including Paella, Fideuà (similar to paella, but with noodles), Arròs a banda (rice cooked in rich fish stock), Arròs negre (rice cooked in seasoned squid ink) and Suquet de peix (a rich and pungent fish stew). You’ll also find ample grills and takeaways along the beach for quick eats. For dessert, expect a delicious array of sumptuous treats, including Coca (sweet pie), Pastissets (pastry filled with sweet almond), Fartons (pastry fingers) and Pestinyos (pastry flavoured with orange and aniseed). You can pair these with a range of local drinks, from sweet muscat wine to sparkling cava.
Typical events and festivals in Puerto de Sagunto
Puerto de Sagunto and nearby Sagunto both celebrated a wide range of traditional festivities, from Carnaval in February to San Juan in June. One particularly important local festivity is Fallas, a bonfire night in March with parades and parties. Virgen del Carmen is celebrated in July. Next door, Sagunto celebrates its patron saints, Santos Mártires Abdón y Senén, in July and September, around the time of the Virgen del Buen Suceso festival.
How to move around in Puerto de Sagunto
Puerto de Sagunto is a small town that is easily traversed on foot. Buses connect to Sagunto within about twenty minutes. A car is advised if you want to explore the coast as your own pace.
The climate in Puerto de Sagunto
Sagunto has a warm Mediterranean climate marked by long, hot summers and mild winters. Rain is scant year-round, with April bearing the brunt of rainfall at 4 days per month. Expect summer highs of 31°C.
More interesting facts about and sights in Puerto de Sagunto
Sagunto is close to two major sites of interest which would make ideal additions to a visiting itinerary, Parc Natural de la Serra Calderona and the city of Valencia. Hikers will find much to enjoy in the Serra Calderona area, while culture vultures and history buffs will enjoy Valencia's many charming museums and landmarks.