From urban street paintings to huge sculptures, there are plenty of new artworks to see by the sea at Valencia marina.
Street artists are painting and spraying walls around the docks as part of an urban art project at the marina, which started earlier this year.
Recent additions include a tribute to local Valencian ceramics by Marta Lapeña from Madrid, with a mural of what appear to be huge decorative plates, hanging on a wall.
Cheerful new planetary images by French visual artist Olivier "2shy" Sujjkowski also now brighten up the marina car park walls with his iconic colourist style.
And between the marina and the beach, you can't fail to miss the huge bronze Salt Giant or Gigante de Sal by Spanish sculptors, Joan Coderch and Javier Malavia.
An awesome sculpture that will have you turning your head upside down, inspired by Japanese Butoh dancing and crafted specially to look out over the sea.
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Other paintings well worth looking for when you stroll round the marina include the giant fist by Mawe, Elrond and Jcé of the Grow Up Crew, painted in 2017; the Valentes image sprayed by Raquel "La Nena" Ruiz for local TV in 2019 and an abstract boat in front of the Varadero building.
While you're down there, make a day of it and enjoy a boat trip and lunch or dinner at one of the wonderful marina or beach restaurants too.