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At the mouth of the Jucar River on the Mediterranean Sea is the town of Cullera. In a beautiful location with a host of natural and historical wonders, the city is a fantastic place to visit. With the Albufera National park and a trio of sheltered beaches, the outdoors beckon. A great fortress, built back in the 13th century, stands overlooking the ocean. For as long as you soak up the sun and the waves, Venere will have the right Cullera hotels for your stay. With accommodations ranging from one to five stars, there's a hotel for everyone. Whether you wish to spend a few days surrounded by luxury, or simply need a place to sleep after a day at the beach, look to Venere to find the place that's right for you.
What's Cullera Like?
The Albufera national park is a beautiful stretch of natural beauty surrounded by groves of orange, lemon, and mandarin trees. To the south is the Bahia de los Naranjos, giving a sheltered environment for the city's three popular beaches: Raco, Santa Marta, and San Antonio. You can rent windsurfing boards as well as paddle boats at any of the beaches and you can also find diving companies available for hire here too. If you'd prefer a more secluded area still near the sea, the beaches beyond the mouth of the river are usually less crowded and quieter. While the old 13th century fortress no longer has its walls, the array of towers still make for an imposing and marvelous sight. You can also visit Torre del Marenyet, a defensive tower built at the mouth of the river to keep marauding pirates at bay.
Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Cullera
Cullera's proximity to the sea yields an excellent selection of seafood. The area is also a fantastic growing region for rice, so many dishes include both rice and seafood. It should be no surprise that Spanish is the primary language in Cullera and any familiarity or memorized phrases will be extremely helpful. For as long as you lounge on the beaches or explore the old historical sights, the travel agents of Venere will be there to make sure your hotel is up to your standard. With high resolution photos of every hotel offered, you won't have to worry about being disappointed when you step into your room for the first time. Venere also offers pinpointed maps so that you can select the Cullera hotels closest to the beach, the fortress, or whatever else you want to see. You can book online or with Venere's free smartphone app.