This stretch of land, full of sand dunes and pine trees and located 10 kilometres south of the city, separates L'Albufera Lake from the Mediterranean Sea. It has long been a prime leisure and recreation area for Valencians, who enjoy the beaches, forests, athletic areas, and restaurants. Formerly, it was a livestock pasture and a royal hunting reserve. Here you'll find the Parador Nacional del Saler (part of the top-quality national hotel chain) with its magnificent golf course surrounded by sand dunes. There is also a five-star hotel, the Sidi Saler. In the middle of Dehesa Forest you'll find the Casa Forestal (Country Home), that once was the royal hunting pavilion and that boats beautiful remains of traditional Valencian tilework, as well as a viewing area where you can catch the famous sunsets over l'Albufera.
Attractions & Landmarks, Parks, Gardens & Cemeteries, Beaches/Bodies of Water, Sports and the Outdoors
- Nearest Train: Bus: Valencia-El Perelló