Port of Valencia Hotels near Cruise & Ferry Terminal in Spain

Hotels near Port of Valencia Spain for Cruise and Ferry

Beach near Valencia

Port of Valencia in Spain

Valencia is one of Spain’s most dynamic and largest cities located on the
Costa del Azahar. The city is home to many amazing sights and lardmarks such as
the City of Arts and Sciences. Valencia is also well known for its miles
of beautiful sandy beaches and being a festive city.

The cruise ship terminal of Valencia is located around 4km from the historic
city centre. Some cruise ships dock further away in the industrial area of the port.
Whether you are looking for a design or charming hotel, a modern apartment
or a friendly b&b, there is a perfect place to stay for you
in Valencia Spain before or after your cruise holiday.


One of Spain’s Leading Ports

The Port of Valencia is one of the Spain’s leading ports. Located on the shores of the Mediterranean Sea it’s a major seaport for cargo and container transport. It’s also a major hub for ferries from the mainland to Ibiza and Palma de Mallorca on the Balearic Islands.

Ferries depart from the harbour also to Tanger Med in Morocco, Cagliari in Sardinia and Salerno in Italy.

Due to its location on the Mediterranean Sea the city enjoys a mild climate where sun worshippers can soak up the Spanish sun on one of Valencia’s great beaches.

Two of the most famous beaches are Playa de Malvarrosa and Playa e Levante o de la arenas, located just north of the port in Valencia. Another nice beach near Valencia is El Saler. Plenty of hotels can be found near the cruise passenger terminal, in the city centre and at the beachfront.

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Plaza de la Virgen in Valencia
Catalonia Excelsior
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Cheap budget friendly accommodation in the city’s Old Town area, close to the Cathedral.

Plaza de la Reina and the Cathedral of Valencia
Ayre Hotel Astoria Palace
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Set in the city centre not far from the main train station. The port can easily be reached.

Valencia city aerial view
Las Arenas Balneario Resort
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Luxury seafront 5 star hotel with direct access to Valencia’s Las Arenas Beach.

Valencia Cruise Port in Spain
  • Cruise Passenger Terminal

    The passenger terminal for cruises is situated approx. 4km from the center of the city. The main terminal is located on the Poniente Quay and has two berthing faces. When more vessels are in port some ships will dock in the industrial area, which is further away. Sometimes shuttle buses are provided to the cruise terminal. A major cruise line operating from the port is MSC Cruises, offering 7 day Mediterranean Cruises with stops in Civitavecchia, Marseille Vieux Port, the city of Palermo and La Valleta, capital of the island nation of Malta.

    There are several transportation options available to reach the harbour. The fastest and more convenient way is taking a taxi. Other options include taking the public bus (Lines 2, 3, 4, 19, 30. Stop at “Joan Verdeguer” -Port) or underground/metro (Lines 4, 5, 6. Stop at “Grau” – Plaza Armada Española, s/n).

  • The City of Valencia

    It’s very typical Spanish and beautiful city centre and old town offers many great historical, cultural and modern visitor attractions. Visit the Metropolitan Cathedral of Valencia with its mainly early gothic style architecture dating back from the 12th century.

    Wander around the old streets of the Barrio del Carmen district and admire the ancient buildings. Enjoy a meal in a quaint, small restaurant and try the famous rice dish “Paella”. At Plaza del Mercado is “La Lonja de la Seda”, the Gothic Silk Exchange Building built between 1482 and 1548. The covered market at the square, The Mercat Central” is one of the largest in Europe. Nearby is the wonderful art deco style train station, Estación del Norte, the main railway station of Valencia Spain. Don’t miss a view of the city from the old Turia River Bed.

    A popular place for families is the pleasant “The Oceanographic ” marine center. It’s the largest aquarium of Europe representing different kinds of marine habitats. El Oceonográfico, called in Spanish, is integrated inside the modern cultural-scientific complex known as the Ciutat de les Arts i de les Ciències (City of Arts and Sciences). This futuristic complex located in the Jardin del Turia was built in 1996 and designed by the architect Santiago Calatrava.

  • Quays for cruise ships

    Quays — Quays for cruise vessels at the port.

    Quays: Poniente and Transversal.

    Poniente: 333m long and 9-11m deep, Transversals: 394m long and 10.5m deep and Levante: 430m long and 12m deep

    Vessels until 300m long dock here alongside the Passenger Terminal. Vessel limit: until 300m long and 10m deep.

    Cruise Quays in the Port of Valencia’s North Extension

    Cruise Quay 1: 430m long and 14m deep and Cruise Quay 2: 440m long and 14m deep

    source : www.valenciaport.com

    see also : Hotels in Barcelona near cruise port.

  • Car Parking

    Parking — long stay car parkings are located close to the cruise terminals of Valencia Spain. It’s possibe to park either by the hour, day or week. Shuttle buses are provided to take you from the parking lot to the cruise passenger pier.

    The car parkings at the port are located outdoors or in a secure underground or covered parking, and spaces are subject to availability. Disabled parking is also provided.

    Many hotels offer also pre or post cruise parkings, some are free, some charge an additional fee.

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