Have a taste of Italy with these pizza shops located in the coastal city of Valencia.
From traditional spots with wood-fired ovens to daring combinations loaded with unique flavors, these eight pizza shops will ensure that guests’ time in Valencia is stuffed full of flavor. Whether travelers are searching for a quick bite or an inviting place where locals hang out, this list has it all covered.
Plaza de la virgen, C. Bailía, 2, 46003 Valencia, Spain
Raices offers a one-of-a-kind experience and unique Neapolitan pizza with an airy crust, which cannot be found elsewhere. Don’t miss the Burrata Pizza or Prosciutto Pizza, both are the best-selling on the menu made from scratch every day and prepared to order. Located conveniently in the Plaza de la Verge near shops and it is a 2-minute walk from the Cathedral of Valencia.
C. de Baix, 20, 46003 València, Valencia, Spain
Masa Madre is a great place to enjoy a slice of the best pizza in Valencia and hang out with friends. The secret behind its delicious pizzas is all in the dough, which includes fresh natural ingredients like ground wheat grains, water, sea salt, and yeast that ferment for over 72 hours. The best bite on the menu is the Margherita pizza, a classic that guests don’t want to miss, and the Soppressata.
C. de la Corretgeria, 37, 46001 València, Valencia, Spain
San Tommaso is a pizza restaurant that attracts millions of locals and tourists year-round. Its most unique topping combination is the Gamberoni e Pistacchio pizza topped with mozzarella, shrimp, pistachios, and rocket salad. Don’t miss the best seller, San Tommaso pizza topped with tomato sauce, fresh burrata cheese, basil, and Iberian ham. Located a short walk from Plaza de la Reina and the bustling Barrio del Carmen, this spot has a great lively atmosphere.
Av. d'Aragó, 18, 46021 València, Valencia, Spain
Paffutino offers the best pizza in town with a casual atmosphere, intimate seating, and other delicious Italian dishes. Its best seller is the Queen Pizza, topped with tomato, mozzarella, prosciutto, and mushrooms. Its sister restaurant Paffuto, offers Mezclum salad which includes tears of paprika, capers, olives, parmesan, soy, and lemon vinaigrette, Rigatoni with boletus cream and parmesan, and Panna Cotta for dessert. Located in front of El Mercado Central, makes for the perfect pit stop while shopping in the area.
Av. d'Aragó, 23, 46010 València, Valencia, Spain
La Piazza is a great choice for amazing Neopolitan pizza in Valencia, Spain. The dough is made with traditional Italian ingredients, and the best item on the menu is the Mortadella Pistachio and Ricotta Pizza which is topped with Bologna mortadella, Ricotta cream and Sicilian pistachio pesto. As mentioned on its website, “At La Piazza we use raw materials with Denomination of Origin imported from Italy. From sausages and cheeses such as Provolone, Burrata or Pecorino Romano… to our selection of pasta or our tomatoes, with which we make our Bolognese sauce with 6 hours of cooking.” Diners can also choose from delightful pastas like Carbonara and Bolognese. Located in the Barrio del Carmen, this restaurant has a cozy atmosphere and plenty of seating for large groups.