Platja Torre Valentina
Separated from the beach of Sant Antoni by a stream, the reason for the name of this beach leaves little room for confusion. It is named after the Valentina tower, which was constructed in the 16th century as a lookout to get advance warning of any attacks by pirates. It can be accessed from the promenade and the coastal path. With a clearly urban environment, it also has most of the services offered by the neighbouring beach, including amphibious chairs to facilitate bathing for people with reduced mobility. It has also been awarded the blue flag and has the European environmental certification, EMAS. The beach at Torre Valentina is 660 metres long and has fine sand.
Highlights: The name of this beach is due to the observation tower that was built in the 16th century and is still preserved today.
Honours and Awards
Access ramp to the beach
Guide for persons with impaired vision
bathing assistance service for the disabled
Amphibian crutches/walking sticks