Cullera, A Mediterranean Jewel
Cullera is a magical city and an unforgettable destination. With long and stunning beaches, a rich cultural history, delicious Mediterranean food, watersports and much more, Cullera offers you the opportunity to disconnect from the world and enjoy its peace and natural beauty.
The mountain of Cullera has been inhabited for centuries. The historia of Cullera consists of three distinct periods: the Prehistoric period, the Roman Period and the Moorish Period. This long history has left us with a rich cultural history to draw on.
Cullera has been an important exponent of Valencian and Mediterranean food. Cullera specializes in rices. Seafood Paellas, Vegeterian Paellas, the famous ‘All i Pebre’ and a wide-range of fish are available at any restaruant, along with classic Spanish dishes such as patatas bravas.
Cullera en Tres Días
If you only 3 days or a weekend to visit Cullera, it is important to enjoy the most important things Cullera has to offer. You can see the historic sites, natural beauty and attractions of Cullera by following this route.
Day 1: History
Castle of Cullera, Tower of Marenyet, Church of San Juan
Day 2: Beach and Art
Playa de San Antonio, Cave of Dragut, Abric Wall Paintings
Central Market & Bioparc
Beaches of Cullera
The beaches of Cullera are award-winning and unforgettable. Between our 11 beaches you can find everything you are looking for en Cullera for a seaside vacation. The award-winning beach of San Antonio for exampleis perfect for relaxing. During the high-season, the beach of San Antonio is disable-accessible.
For the sporty, the Playa de Cap Blanc is a paradise with a strong regiment of winds. For the brave the only nudist beach of Cullera is the Playa de Mareny de San Llorenç.