After living in Valencia for 2 months during summer 2021, I sampled A LOT of coffee. Here are my recommendations of the best coffee shops in Valencia, Spain.
Blackbird is one of the more modern brunch spots in Valencia, serving up Avocado on Toast, poached eggs and bacon. Their pastry selection is divine and best sampled with one of their cold brew coffees. It can get busy on the weekends, so occasionally you have to wait for a table.
Address: Carrer de la Reina Na Maria, 7, 46006 València, Valencia, Spain
This adorable coffee bar near the Mercat Central in Valencia, self proclaims to be ‘the best coffee’ and to be honest it really is the best coffee in Valencia Spain! The guy that runs Goat is super friendly and happily runs you through the different coffee blends on offer. They sell postcards too!
Address: Carrer de l’Abadia de Sant Martí, 4, 46002 València, Valencia, Spain
iKore Kofi is an artisan coffee roaster based in Russafa, Valencia. They have a takeaway shop and also a stand in Russafa market. They serve exceptional Arabica coffee blends and the staff are delightful.
Address: Carrer de Pere III el Gran, 36, 46005 València, Valencia, Spain
This coffee shop near the edge of Plaza del Ayuntamiento is perfect for grabbing a latte en route to work or if you’re heading towards the old town from Russafa. Blackcoffee has indoor seating, so it’s a good place to stop if you need somewhere to settle down with your laptop. They offer a range of vegan coffee options too.
Address: Carrer de les Garrigues, 2, 46001 València, Valencia, Spain
Cafetería La Nau
La Nau is not only great for coffee, but also for lunch, tapas, wine and beer. This cute cafe inside the university of Valencia is set within an adorable courtyard. The food is delicious and the price you pay for the food and drink is very little compared to the next plaza along. La Nau is a must visit when looking for things to do in Valencia.
Address: Edificio de la Universidad, Pl. Patriarca, 2, 46002 Valencia, Spain