Cruise Port Atlas | Valencia, Spain Map | Location

Valencia, Spain Port | Map | Location

Cruise lines that visit Valencia: Star Clippers, Windstar, Azamara Club Cruises, Crystal, Oceania, Regent Seven Seas, Seabourn, SeaDream Yacht Club, Silversea, Celebrity, Cunard, Holland America, Princess, Costa, MSC Cruises, Norwegian, Royal Caribbean, Viking River Cruises

Key Attractions: Valencia Cathedral, Lonja Silk Exchange, Central Market, Lladro, Quart and Serranos Towers, Fallas, Manises, Palace of the Arts, L'Oceanigrafic, L'Hemisferic, Museum of Science and Discovery, Dolphinarium, Pinedo Beach, El Saler Beach, Puig Beach, Malvarrosa Beach, Albufera Park, Serra Calderona Natural Park, Roman Theater, Sagunto Castle, Jewish Quarter

Valencia was established by the Romans, later ruled by the Moors, who left an indelible mark, and has grown to become one of Spain's most modern and welcoming cities. One of the striking features about this port is its appeal to whole families. There is much for adults to find entrancing, but children will be equally fulfilled with their visit. Where most cities have one or two attractions that are designed for the young set, Valencia is chock-full of sites that will bring out the child in all of us. Beginning in 1998, the city embarked in the construction of the City of Arts and Sciences built in the former riverbed of the Turia River. The "City" includes five ultramodern buildings that include a planetarium, oceanographic museum, dophinarium, and science museum. Valencia is also famous for its paella; its ceramics, including the delicate Lladro creations; the UNESCO World Heritage Silk Exchange Building with its tower gates; and its local beaches. There are two excellent nature parks nearby which afford bird watching and hiking opportunities. Just 30 minutes north is the small city of Sagunto that offers additional historic attractions, including a massive hilltop castle.

Local Currency: Euro

Primary Language: Spanish (Castilian) and Valencian

Secondary Languages: none

Visa requirements: Not required for US and Canadian citizens

Photo of City of Arts and Sciences by Cabanyalvlc

Geography and Population

Valencia has the third largest metropolitan population in Spain with about 2 million inhabitants. It is located in the plain where the Turia River enters the Mediterranean.

Map of Region with Port, Airport and Attractions

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How Far?

Taxis information is still under research.

From To Distance Average Time Local Currency Fare
Valencia Cruise Terminal Valencia Airport 19 KM 22 minutes  
Valencia Cruise Terminal City of Arts and Sciences 3 KM 6 minutes  
Valencia Cruise Terminal Malvarrosa Beach 3 KM 7 minutes  
Valencia Cruise Terminal Cathedral, Central Market, Lonja 6.5 KM 16 minutes  
Valencia Cruise Terminal Lladro Museum 9 KM 17 minutes  
Valencia Cruise Terminal Pinedo Beach 6.4 KM 11 minutes  
Valencia Cruise Terminal El Saler Beach 12 KM 13 minutes  
Valencia Cruise Terminal Puig Beach 19 KM 26 minutes  
Valencia Cruise Terminal Manises 20 KM 25 minutes  
Valencia Cruise Terminal Sagunto 31 KM 35 minutes  
Valencia Cruise Terminal Albufera Natural Park 18 KM 23 minutes  
Valencia Cruise Terminal Serra Calderona Park 40 KM 38 minutes  

Local Services - Addresses


Hospital de Valencia al mar, Calle del Rio Tajo, 1, 46011 Valencia, phone - 963 35 25 00, 3.5 KM, 9 minutes

Nearby Banks and ATMs

Deutsche Bank, Calle del Doctor Juan Jose Domine, 9, 46011 Valencia, 2.3 KM, 5 minutes, 15 minute walk
Open Bank, Avenida de Aragon, 46010 Valencia, 4.5 KM, 10 minutes

Post Office

Post Office, Calle del Doctor Juan Jose Domine, 13, 46011 Valencia, 2.3 KM, 5 minutes, 15 minute walk

Port and Berths

Terminal Address - Muelle de Poniente, Paseo Caro, 46024 Valencia

Photo of Lonja Interior by Felivet