Hotel Tres Anclas What is there to see and do in Gandia and Gandia beach?




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Things to see in Gandia Discover the best things to do
in Gandia and Gandia beach

Gandia beach is probably the city's greatest attraction, known as one of the best urban beaches in Spain. The coastline extends for 7km and offers several other beaches that are also sure to amaze you. Here we’ll tell you what there is to see and do in Gandia and Gandia beach.

Fancy a bit of sun and a sandy beach?Gandia beach, Spain

Hotel Tres Anclas is located just a few minutes from the two best beaches in the area: Gandia beach, an excellent urban beach with Blue Flag status indicating its quality, and Playa de L’Ahuir, located just 500 metres from the hotel.

We recommend getting up early, enjoying the breakfast buffet and heading to the beach, one of the best things to see in Gandia.

A beach with 5 star services

Showers and foot showers

Water sports

Boat trips


Sunbed and parasol hire

Beach sports: goalposts, volleyball nets etc.

Children’s games

Beach bars with public toilets

Discover the jewels of the Valencian Coast

L’Ahuir beach
L’Ahuir beach

L’Ahuir beach, located just 500 metres from Hotel Tres Anclas, is one of the best kept secrets in Gandia beach: a peaceful, unspoilt beach where you can enjoy the beautiful landscape of natural sand dunes.

Venecia beach
Venecia beach

Venecia beach is a small, white sandy urban beach, about 400 metres long, to the south of Gandia’s Club Náutic, protected by an impressive breakwater. As the beach is sheltered from the northern winds, this is a calm, comfortable place to visit with the whole family.

Rafalcaid beach
Rafalcaid beach

Rafalcaid is the last beach on the Gandia coastline. Soft, golden sound in a semi-urban setting, bordered by a stretch of little sand dunes and Mediterranean plants. Around 800 metres long and 50 metres wide, it is a little paradise with crystal clear waters, making it one of the most popular places for kite-surfing.

The best things to do in Gandia beach

Puerto de Gandia Pier
Puerto de Gandia Pier

A walkway stretching over 1,080 metres into the sea, with benches where you can sit and admire the sunsets along the Valencian coast. This spectacular raised promenade in Gandia Port goes from the Ripoll restaurant to the lighthouse.

Spectacular Seafront Promenade
Spectacular Seafront Promenade

After a day on the beach, taking a sunset stroll along the Seafront Promenade in Gandia beach and enjoying a drink on one of its many terraces is he perfect way to feel like you are truly on holiday.

Sunset at a beach bar
Sunset at a beach bar

An absolute must during your holiday in Gandia beach is to visit one of the many beach bars along the coast, you’ll be amazed by the variety on offer. As the sun sets, chilling out at one of these beach bars is a great way to finish the day.

Discover Gandia Much more than just a beach

Just 7km from Gandia beach, you will find the town of Gandia, steeped in history and with plenty of festivities to explore. Here are the best things to see and do in this magnificent little town, which will never fail to amaze you.

Things to see in Gandia Gastronomy

Fideuá de GandíaFideuá de Gandia
Gandia's most traditional dish is its beloved Fideuá. Similar to paella, its main ingredients are noodles, fish, shellfish and vegetables grown in Valencia. It's a must-try during your stay here.
Paella ValencianaPaella Valenciana
Another dish that you simply must try while in Valencia is an authentic paella. We recommend that you don’t miss this opportunity to try a delicious paella made with seafood from the beautiful waters of Playa de Gandia. This is undoubtedly one of the highlights of summer in Valencia.

Things to see in Gandia Tradition

Fallas de Gandía
Las Fallas de Gandia
Las Fallas de Gandia is a festival celebrated every year from 16-19 March in honour of Saint Joseph (San José) and, along with Las Fallas de Valencia, is one of the most famous Fallas festivals in the region of Valencia.
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Rutas de Senderismo
Walking Routes
Gandia is much more than just a beach. Discover all that Gandia and its surrounding areas have to offer, and experience nature with the whole family.
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Holy Week in Gandia
Holy Week in Gandia
Semana Santa, or Holy Week, is celebrated between March and April in Gandia. It is a solemn celebration involving all of the local brotherhoods. Semana Santa is a religious festival declared to be of National Tourist Interest.
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Gandia Markets
Gandia Markets
Discover all of the markets in Gandia and its surrounding areas. The perfect addition to your holiday, where you can find gifts, clothes, handmade arts and crafts, fruit, vegetables, household items and much more.
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