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Ferries Valencia

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 From June 1th to September 30th, The Concell Insular de Formentera regulates the entry of motor vehicles on the island. See more.
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Valencia is a port city located in eastern Spain and facing the Balearic Sea. It is the third most populous city in the country and is located at the mouth of the Turia River. The port of Valencia was founded in the 15th century and despite frequent flooding and considerable damage, it now ranks thus on the list of Europe's most important ports.

Currently, the Port of Valencia handles considerable cargo and container traffic, which is one of the main economic activities of the region. In recent decades with the development of tourism, the Port of Valencia has also experienced an important increase in passenger and cruise ferry connections.

Thanks to the ferries from Valencia you will reach the wonderful archipelago of the Balearic Islands in a few hours: Menorca, Mallorca, Formentera and Ibiza. Ferries to Valencia from the Balearic Islands are offered regularly by the shipping companies Trasmed , Balearia and Grandi Navi Veloci which operates exclusively from the ports of Ibiza and Palma de Mallorca.

Additional ferry departures from Valencia are scheduled to Algeria, to the port of Mostaganem. These connections to North Africa operate year-round and are operated by the Balearia company, which guarantees maximum comfort on board its excellent ships.

Passengers will find at the various ferry terminals in Valencia various essential services such as parking, waiting rooms, toilets, information office, bars and cafeterias. Then reaching the city center, restaurants, accommodations, stores, supermarkets, banks and pharmacies will also be available.

Valencia ferries About Valencia

If you have opted for a ferry to Valencia you should definitely dedicate at least one day to this beautiful city, where you can admire both historical and architectural wonders and structures and museums with unique and original modern forms. A symbol of Valencia, "The City of Arts and Sciences" is a huge complex designed by the famous Valencian architect Santiago Calatrava, which houses inside it spectacular attractions such as the Oceanografic, now the largest aquarium in Europe, the Hemisfèric, a 3D cinema, the super technological and interactive Science Museum, the Palau de les Arts Reina Sofía, the opera house and the Umbracle, a huge garden where you can stroll and relax.

From a historical point of view, the majestic Valencia Cathedral is worth a visit, which can be accessed through the 3 splendid doors, the baroque Puerta del Los Hierros, the Romanesque Puerta del Palau and the Gothic Puerta de los Apostoles. Don't miss the Lonja de la Seda, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and emblem of the city's golden age and its 16th-century commercial activities.

Explore the popular Barrio del Carmen district, the old heart of the city, where among its narrow streets, small restaurants and stores you can breathe in the authentic and lively Valencian atmosphere. And if you want to taste the gastronomic delicacies of the local cuisine, take a trip to the Central Market, the colors and smells of its 1,000 stalls will surprise you!

How to reach the boardings

Balearia ferry terminal

Address: Moll de la Turia, s/n, 46024 

GPS Coordinates: 39°26'46.8"N 0°19'32.1"W

You can reach the Balearia pier for departures to Mostaganem by cab or by car via Avinguda de l'Enginyer Manuel Soto road and then via Pont de les Drassanes. The nearest bus stop is "Pont de les Drassanes," just 300 meters away.

Trasmed ferry terminal

Address: Moll de Ponent s/n C. P. 46024

GPS Coordinates: 39°27'17.8"N 0°19'36.8"W

You can reach Trasmed Pier by cab or by car via Avinguda de l'Enginyer Manuel Soto street and then via Passeig Caro street. The nearest bus stop is "Pont de les Drassanes," which is a few minutes' walk from the ferry terminal.

Grandi Navi Veloci Ferry Terminal

Address: Moll Turia Sur, 46024

GPS Coordinates: 39°27'02.6"N 0°19'27.1"W

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