Ferry to Valencia: traditional and cutting edge

Boarding a ferry heading to Valencia is always a great idea. In fact, arriving at Valencia’s renovated port with Baleària will be the first sign of the city’s progress, modernisation and revitalisation.

An obligatory stop in Valencia is, without doubt, the City of Arts and Sciences, which is located less than 10 minutes from the port, easily reachable by car. The buildings in the complex always offer a schedule of interesting cultural and leisure events which are ideal for all audiences. The Turia Gardens, which cross the city from the north west to the south east, are also the perfect option for getting to know the city. On the way, you’ll come across a variety of stops that are fun for both adults and children, such as Gulliver Park, Cabecera Park, and the Bioparc. If you choose to take your bicycles on the ferry to Valencia (you can take them free of charge) you’ll be able to easily travel around and stop at all the city’s monuments.

It’s the historical centre where Valencia’s most traditional side can be seen. Just some of the monuments to visit include the Church of San Nicolas de Bari, the Palace of the Marqués de Dos Aguas, and the Fallas Museum, where you can learn about the city’s most international holiday.

You can travel to Valencia with Baleària from the Balearic Islands (with departures from Mallorca and Ibiza), and from Algeria on the Valencia Mostaganem ferry route. See the schedules for your next destination on our website and get ready to sail through the Mediterranean with all the amenities you need on board!