The Alameda, in Valencia, brings together by history, location and space, the terraces with the longest tradition in the city. Just released in June and after more than two months of confinement, the time has come to plan a tour of the outer spaces of Valencia. That is why we recommend 4 terraces to enjoy The Alameda in Valencia.
Alameda is the place of the terraces par excellence in the city. The 900 meters of the section between the Puente de las Flores and the Puente del Real are an invitation to sit on the terraces of the garden located in the Alameda to enjoy the sun, the company and its several proposals.
Palau Alameda: a palace and three spaces
The renovation of this historical of Valencian leisure is one of the most recent successes of the sector in the city. A palace and three leisure spaces in which Àtic stands out, a panoramic restaurant and bar to practice in the afternoon or on its terrace while watching the sunset to the rhythm of music. Azza, a nightclub, and La Sala, an event space, complete the proposal for one of the most fashionable places in the city.
La Peluda: Kiosk since 1950
Open since 1950, this kiosk that only has tables on the terrace has become a real meeting point. So much so that they are busy at almost any time. Although it is defined as a creperie and cocktail bar, the menu also includes paellas, among many other proposals. It brings together both families and couples, young people and not so much, for different reasons: quality / price rate, treatment and service.
Llebeig Café: sun and moon bars
Llebeig is the soft and warm wind that blows from the southwest, ideal for sailing. Originally from Dénia, it opened in Valencia in 1995. This breeze can be enjoyed on the terrace of the Llebeig Café, a classic restaurant in Valencia. Bars with terrace and style. Sun and Moon Bars, to enjoy day or night in a young and carefree environment.
Tapas, salads, fajitas, flutes, sandwiches, mini burgers, sandwiches and meats make up its menu, where you can also find smoothies, natural juices and artisan ice creams. That is why it is included in our selection of 4 terraces to enjoy the Alameda de Valencia.
Barbacana: brewpub and km.0 products
Ten taps to connect the different types of ‘Antiga’, the Valencian craft beer they serve is their distinctive note. The Barbican gastronomy includes tapas, barbecue, hamburgers and vegan dishes, all made from local products. In addition, it performs live concerts and holds exhibitions.
The Alameda, next to the old Turia riverbed that runs through the city, in the Ensanche de Valencia, brings together the terraces with the longest tradition in the capital.