La Safor

Traditionally, Daimús has been an agricultural town but, since the 1960s, has made a clear commitment to tourism.

How to arrive
From Valencia you can access to this town by the N-332 road to link to N-337 and end in CV-670.
Local celebrations: Sant Pere (29th June), patron of the town. Festivity of Sant Jaume (25th May).

Its beach, known as Els Pedregals, has all kinds of services and establishments of the first level, even the most gourmet palates can make their thing in a restaurant with a Michelin Star.

The leisure offer is complemented by different bars by the beach, which during the summer months are organising live music and theater events. On the seafront, many water sports are also practiced, as well as having a very lively seaside walking path. Other attractions are campsites and a space for caravans.

In the town centre we can guess the path of la via Augusta, nowadays el carrer Assagador (Assagador street); la Casa Gran, stately home of the late 19th century; and the vestiges of the local washing place, and the ditches that nourished it with water.

Gentilici: Daimusera, daimusero

Tourism office– Daimús: Plaça Alcalde Francisco Castelló s/n (962803822) [email protected]

Natural resources:

  • Playa de Daimús
  • Playa dels Pedregals