An exponent of Mediterranean cuisine, Valencian food is characterised by its abundance of rich and healthy recipes, whose secret lies in the natural products of the sea and the market garden. With rice dishes as the great standard-bearers, the Parador's proposal reflects this culinary tradition.
An open window to the sea
The restaurant of the Parador de El Saler is a splendid window overlooking the Mediterranean from inside the Albufera Natural Park. The menu will win you over with delicious rice dishes, including the emblematic Valencian paella or rice with duck and peppers, salads from the garden, traditional dishes such as esgarraet of roasted red peppers and cod or the "allí i pebre de anguila” (eel dish), and endings such as “El postre de las naranjas” (the dessert of oranges).
Type of kitchen
Regional Mediterranean and traditional Valencian cuisine.
Rice dishes, appetizers to share, orange dessert.
A Parador with its own identity
The Parador’s architecture is perfectly integrated into the surrounding landscape of dunes and pine forests, characteristic of the Albufera Natural Park, which is the largest freshwater lake in Spain and an important wetland where you can see more than 300 different species of birds.
It provides easy access to the beach and Valencia, which is less than half an hour's drive away, with places of interest such as the Cathedral, the City of Arts and Sciences, the Malvarrosa beach and the city’s nightlife.