Welcome to CULLERA
Situated approx. 40 km south of Valencia, with excellent transport connections:

Direct connection to the Mediterranean highway A 7 (exit 59)
Approx. 55 km to the airport of Valencia
Approx. 130 km to the airport of Alicante
Railway stations in Valencia and Alicante (one railroad connection every half an hour, leads directly to the historic center of Valencia)
Bus stop for national and international bus connections
Highway N 332 connects Cullera with all cities and villages along the coast

Sized 54 sq km; approx. 30,000 inhabitants

Mild climate
Average temperature of over 17 degree Celsius
In summer: water temperatures from 26 to 28 degree Celsius
The location at the bay plays a decisive role since it is protected from winds from the north and the inland

Situated at Rio Yúcar and at the foot of the province’s only mountain, “Montana de Oro” (Golden Mountain) which plunges down directly to the sandy beach of the Mediterranean Sea

Popular holiday resort surrounded by a incomparable landscape of mountains, rivers, lakes and bluffs / cliffs

Entertainment for the whole family: yacht club, tennis courts, golf course, motocross, water parks, 15km of white sand and calm, crystal-clear water for swimming, sunbathing, surfing, sailing and water sports (windsurfing and sailing school at Cap Blanc)

Variety of restaurants, bars and discotheques (other tourist centers can be reached by car within less than half an hour, like Tabemes (10 min) or Gandia (20 min)

Three large modern supermarkets in the center of Cullera with lots of small characteristic shops and modern boutiques

Traditional market every Thursday in the center (at the foot of the castle) and fish market every evening at the harbour