After many days away from home, you arrive tired and with a lot of luggage to the cruise port of Valencia, Alicante, Sagunto or Denia. It was a special trip, a great experience. Now, just missing the shuttle connection to the airport or station, to get home and rest.
Do not give up the peace and comfort of a contracted service. Do not let this move randomly and avoid waiting and last minute complications. Join now our taxi service for transfer from the cruise port and we will be waiting for you at the gate terminal of the port for which you have reached the crossing, with a sign with your name to transfer you to your destination, comfortably.
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We pick you up at agreed time, never wait for a taxi.
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Valencia Marina is located a twenty minute journey (by bus or metro) from Valencia's city centre - the old town. It is a great place to head if you want to take a stroll and see the huge variety of boats that are moored there. You will find everything from small sailing boats to gigantic cruise liners bobbing in the ocean surrounding the marina.
The marina in Valencia is called Juan Carlos 1 Marina. It was renovated in preparation for the arrival of the America's Cup to Valencia in 2007. It is situated to the east of the city, next to the Malvarrosa and Las Arenas beaches.
The Royal Marina has two docks - one outer and one inner. The outer dock is made up of the north and south docks - both of these provide shelter for the entrance and exit of boats. The inner dock is used only for vessels that are more than 30 metres long. Both docks have room for over 600 vessels from 10 to 150 metres in length.
The number of stopovers by large boats in the Juan Carlos 1 Royal Marina is constantly on the increase, as the marina becomes better known internationally as a port of reference. Boat lovers will have heard of vessels such as the queen Elizabeth II, the Navigator of the Sea and the Brilliance of the Seas - all of these have made stopovers in Valencia.
There are also a wide variety of cruise ships that make stopovers in Valencia's marina.