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La Malvarrosa

It’s possible the name La Malvarrosa will ring a bell as it is the plant which inhabited this part of Valencia five years ago.

Located on the east of the city and next to La Alboraya, the Malvarrosa is an area which gives its name to a beach, or vice versa. It is one of those places which still invokes the charm given to it by fishermen and the Valencian bourgeoisie who moved there.

Today one can stroll along its esplanade and enjoy the landscape immortalised years ago by the painter Joaquín Sorolla.

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