Cullera is a coastal resort on the Costa Blanca in Spain. Cullera is within the region of Valencia and is easily accessed via the AP7 highway and the smaller N332 which runs through the centre of the town. Cullera sits on the banks of the River Jucar. To the north of Cullera is the national park of Albufera.
Cullera has the benefit of a large, thriving town and one of the most beautiful beaches in the area.
The fortress at Cullera
The skyline of Cullera is dominated by the 13th century fortress and hermitage that sit high on the mountain top. The views from the fortress are breath-taking and well worth the long trek to the top.
The Sanctuary of the Virgen del Castillo
Built in the 19th century and located within the fortress where an annual festival is celebrated the week after Passover.
The beaches at Cullera
There's a small bay at Faro de Cullera with golden sand and safe waters. The sea front has a few bars and restaurants and there are lots of holiday apartments. A little further towards the town is the main beach. This large, horseshoe shaped beach has fabulous sand and is spotlessly clean.
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