What to do and see in Gandia, Spain: The Best Places and Tips

September 21, 2017 Osvaldo Hartline

Gandia (Valencian pronunciation: [ɡanˈdi.a], locally [ɡɐnˈdɪ.ɐ]; Spanish: Gandía [ɡanˈdi.a]) is a city and municipality in the Valencian Community, Eastern Spain on the Mediterranean. Gandia is located on the Costa del Azahar, 65 kilometres (40 miles) south of Valencia and 110 km (68 mi) north of Alicante.
Restaurants in Gandia

1. Museu Faller of Gandia

Calle Sant Marti de Porres 29, 46702, Gandia, Spain +34 962 96 68 19
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4.5 based on 135 reviews

Museu Faller of Gandia

The tradition of a centenary celebration, Intangible Heritage of Humanity by UNESCO, and the latest technologies, go hand in hand with the Fallera de Gandia Museum. This building has become a benchmark in the interpretation of our culture and identity, recognized by the SICTED quality tourism certificate. The Museum offers you a different experience where you will learn the roots of the Valencian people. You will enjoy the best "Ninots" and the process of creating a fault, you will know the craft of a faller artist, the only one in the world. You will discover the secrets of dressing up a fallera and the typical Valencian clothing, you will live in first person a "mascleta" and will surround you with traditional music. Finally we will reveal the mystery of the ritual of fire. A different Museum with educational and interactive spaces. Visits are always guided, adapted to each group, with touch screens, sound sets and adapted access.

Reviewed By normboucher - Ottawa, Canada

Our English speaking guide provided excellent information on the history of the Fallas. This was supplemented by interactive displays. Portions of the years best Fallas are stored in the museum. Excellent familiarization with the diverse elements of the fallas and the people who are a...Morethank you for your comment ;)

2. Playa Gandia

Passeig Maritim Neptu, 46730 Playa de Gandia, Gandia, Spain
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4.5 based on 1 reviews

Playa Gandia

Reviewed By Liu S - Vilnius, Lithuania

We visited off-season, so there were very few people even on Sunday. We enjoyed space, cleanliness and had a few dips in the sea!

3. Playa de Daimus

Gandia, Daimus, Spain
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4.5 based on 50 reviews

Playa de Daimus

Reviewed By BernardR515 - Gandia, Spain

Our favourite beach in the area,especially in July and August although busy it is still possible to get close to the sea,parking close to the beach is possible doing the week, there is also a disability accessible entrance to the beach. There are a number of beach bars and a variety of restaurants, a couple on the promonade overlooking the beach, altogether the most easily accessible and welcoming beach in the area. Well worth a visit but tell anyone and spoil it

4. Pub dublin playa de gandia

Calle Rioja 38, 46730 Grau de Gandia, Gandia, Spain +34 962 84 13 00
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4.5 based on 9 reviews

Pub dublin playa de gandia

Reviewed By danubioazul - Gandia, Spain

Un puf con excelentes cervezas y una muy buen ambiente una música suave tan bien se puede cenar y una buenas copas de gin tonic.

5. Playa de Xeraco

Xeraco, Spain
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4.5 based on 71 reviews

Playa de Xeraco

Reviewed By Steve C - Bishops Stortford, United Kingdom

Yes there are places in Spain where in August you are not fighting for a place on the beach. We have been visiting Xeraco for over 30 years and it still does not disappoint. Wide Beaches edged by sand dunes, excellent chirinquitos, paradise.

6. Monasterio de Sant Jeroni de Cotalba

Autovia Gandia-L_Olleria (CV-60) | Salida 35, 46725 Alfauir, Spain +34 619 52 40 93
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4.5 based on 31 reviews

Monasterio de Sant Jeroni de Cotalba

The Royal Monastery of San Jeronimo de Cotalba is one of the most notable monastic constructions of the Valencian Community. Originally commissioned by the Royal Duke of Gandia Alfonso de Aragón y Foix in 1388. It's located in the municipal area of Alfauir (Valencia-Spain), 8 kilometres out of Gandia. In 16th century, the monastery will have the protection of the Borgia family.

Reviewed By soito

Antiguo monasterio de la orden de los Jerónimos, con una diversidad de estilos (gótico, mudéjar, renacentista), en periodo de restauración, pero es visita imprescindible si se va por la zona.

7. The White Swan

Avenida San Cristobal 17, 46724 Palma de Gandia, Spain +34 962 80 92 13
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4 based on 5 reviews

The White Swan

The White Swan is a British style pub in Palma de Gandia, on Gandia town's outskirts. It is a warm, welcoming place with a small and friendly team. The decor is typically British in that it is carpeted - a rare sight in Spain - has plush upholstered, comfortable Seating and dark-wood panelling. Soft, dimmed lighting adds to the ambiance and cosines, making The White Swan a home-from-home bar.

Reviewed By steven s - Cambridge, United Kingdom

This an English Pub in Spain. So if you want English food....darts, watch the premiere league etc.......run by Brits for Brits and a few locals then this is for you.

8. Asociacion Tren Alcoy Gandia

Calle de la Estacion, 46723 Almoines, Spain +34 630 35 45 75
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5 based on 1 reviews

Asociacion Tren Alcoy Gandia

For guided groups weekday visits, we have a package of activities especially for schools and senior age, where we will visit including the “Museo del Alcoy Gandia Train”, up to a shunting locomotive (25 mt) and travel the thematic Park Trenet a / G uploaded miniature trains passing through tunnels, Bridges and stations.

9. Playa Can

Playa de Gandia, Gandia, Spain
Excellent
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4 based on 115 reviews

Playa Can

Reviewed By Rowena T

I'm not even sure we found it in the end . But the Beaches along Gandia is absolutely gorgeous . Miles of beautiful white sandy Beaches . Worth a visit if you like the ocean .

Avenida Neptu con Avenida de Sant Antoni, 46730 Daimus, Spain
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5 based on 6 reviews

WindSports

We are a group of lovers of water sports in all its variety, focused on conveying the water sport. We try to convey to all people, techniques and tactics to enjoy the sea. With over 10 years experience spreading water sport professionally and with different paths, decided to get together. We face a new challenge, form a team full of strength and sufficient capacity to the sea, our way of life.

Reviewed By Tony G

It is a club where classes are taught or can also be rented, it also has vouchers, activities are canoe, Surfing, windsurfing, Paddel Surfing, catamaran, plus you also have yoga surf, is open all year round. The facilities as well as the quality and well-done of its staff stand out.
Greetings
Se trata de un club donde se imparten clases o también se puede alquilar, dispone de también de bonos, las actividades son canoa, surf, windsurf, Paddel surf, catamaran, además también tienes yoga surf, está abierto todo el año. Las instalaciones así como la calidad y buen hacer de su personal lo destacan.
Saludos.

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