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Valencia: Sunset Catamaran Cruise with Sparkling Wine

1. Valencia: Sunset Catamaran Cruise with Sparkling Wine

Set sail from Port Valencia across the Mediterranean Sea on this cruise aboard a large catamaran. Enjoy a glass of sparkling wine and get unbeatable views of the sun setting over the horizon from the water. Meet the crew, then hop on board a spacious catamaran boat. Find a spot and get comfy as you take off from the port out to the glistening sea. Listen to relaxing music with a glass of cava (sparkling wine) in your hand as you watch the sun go down against the skyline of Valencia. Enjoy the perfect end to the day with your friends and loved ones.

Valencia: Catamaran Cruise with Valencian Lunch

2. Valencia: Catamaran Cruise with Valencian Lunch

Take in the sights of Valencia from the water on this catamaran cruise with an expert crew, lunch, and drinks. Treat yourself to some time to relax and enjoy the beauty of the Mediterranean Sea. Enjoy a beach stop for sunbathing, swimming, and free time. Set sail in the morning from the Port of Valencia, then hop on board a large catamaran with an expert crew before taking to the waters. Throughout the trip, you’ll have the option to shop on board at the bar. Enjoy views of the coastline before dropping anchor close to shore for a refreshing swim in the Mediterranean Sea, away from the crowded beaches. Have a vegetable salad, paella (Valencian rice dish), bread, and fruit on board along with your choice of a drink. Spend some more free time sunbathing or swimming before returning to the port in the afternoon. 

Valencia: Sunset boat ride

3. Valencia: Sunset boat ride

End your week off with a romantic sunset to end all sunsets. For 1 hour and 30 minutes, you and your partner can savor a spiky Agua de Valencia cocktail together while watching the sun sink peacefully behind the mountains. The boat leaves from shed #2 of the Valencia Marina. During the trip you will be able to see the whole of the new Royal Marina, and once at sea you can view the Valencian coastline. Gotta go? No problem. The boat comprises a deck and bathrooms.

Valencia: Boat ride with Lunch and Swim in Port Saplaya

4. Valencia: Boat ride with Lunch and Swim in Port Saplaya

Take a catamaran excursion from to one of the most famous parts of the Valencian coast: Port Saplaya. Enjoy a delicious Valencian lunch on board and take a refreshing swim in the sea. Meet the boat at the Marina of Valencia, next to the Edificio del Reloj clocktower. Head off to beautiful Port Saplaya for a day of lounging in the sun and swimming. Eat an amazing Valencian lunch on board the ship and enjoy your day in the sun.

Valencia: Grand City Private Segway Tour

5. Valencia: Grand City Private Segway Tour

First, you'll take your Segway to Turia Park. This is one of the most beautiful and largest urban parks not only in Valencia but also in the whole of Spain. Crossed by eighteen bridges that represent the history of the city, the one-time riverbed passes by the major monuments and museums on both banksides. While going through this magnificent park, you can see the unique mixture of vast gardens, sports areas, footpaths, and romantic spots. From the City of Arts and Sciences to Cabecera Park, this is the perfect place for families, cyclists, runners, and enthusiasts. After about half an hour of riding through the park, we will reach The City of Arts and Sciences. This is a huge entertainment-based complex that blends scientific, architectural, and cultural buildings. You will spend about an hour sightseeing here, and then head towards the port. Valencia Seaport is the ending location of the tour and this is your unique opportunity to enjoy the beautiful beaches and shores on a Segway. The route passes by some of the most alluring beaches, such as La Malvarrosa, Las Arenas, and El Cabañal as well as the old docks and charming port alike. On this circuit, you pass by La Marina Real Juan Carlos I, the Veles e Vents building, and the clock building.

Valencia: Horchata Bike Tour

6. Valencia: Horchata Bike Tour

Start your tour at the pre-arranged meeting point near the port of Valencia. Here you will meet your friendly and qualified staff who will help you choose a bike to best suit your needs and ability. Your tour will start at the meeting point where you will depart for the coastline along the Mediterranean sea, passing by many important landmarks along the way that your guide will point out to you.  As you leave the city your tour will pass into Alboraya and follow the canal towards the Horchata fields. There is an abundance of flora and fauna to be seen by the river and the tour stops at various points of interest, including a typical Valencian farmhouse. Once in the fields, the various seasonal crops can be seen and the ride through the green belt is enjoyed with a refreshing breeze. Your ride continues into a typical country village where local ceramics colorfully adorn the buildings. Upon leaving the village and crossing back through the farmland, the tour stops for a drink of horchata in the seaside town of port Saplaya. Horchata is a famous drink made from tiger nut that is only grown in the northern farmlands of Valencia and nowhere else in Spain. The tour finishes with a ride back along the coast and back to the shop. The whole tour is largely flat and is about 22 kilometers and takes roughly 3-hours.

Valencia: Private Half-Day Tour by Car

7. Valencia: Private Half-Day Tour by Car

Discover every corner of the Valencian capital and live an unforgettable private experience. You will get to know both the historical and most modern areas with the convenience of a luxury vehicle with chauffeur at your disposal, and the company of a private guide who will give you the most relevant information about each point of interest you visit. You will explore the architectural heritage of Valencia, where you will appreciate the ancient remains left by the Roman Empire. Also, you will discover the contemporary works and the most striking buildings of the city that is known as the cradle of the Spanish paella. You can arrange with the guide the meeting point in a central point of the city, so that you will be as comfortable as possible during the whole excursion. Points of interest Plaza de la Virgen According to historians, this is where the construction of the city began. Around it are located some of the most iconic buildings of the city, such as the Cathedral of Valencia, the Palace of the Generalitat and the Church of the Virgen de los Desamparados. In this square is celebrated a millenary tradition: the Tribunal of the waters. In addition, every year the Plaza de la Virgen is the site of the well-known festival of Las Fallas, which has been recognized by UNESCO as a Cultural Heritage of Humanity. The Church of St. Nicholas of Bari The most striking feature of this church are the frescoes that adorn its ceilings, which were painted by the Valencia-born baroque artist Dionís Vidal. The building has a strong gothic influence that blends very well with baroque art. Its construction began by the Romans, but the various conquests throughout history gave it many Muslim and Catholic features. You will be able to admire this imposing construction up close. The Cathedral of Valencia A must on this tour. You will get to the site of the "Holy Chalice" and you will also discover the "Miguelete" bell tower. It houses a large collection of pieces of art and various historical Christian treasures worth admiring. The City of Arts and Sciences Designed by the architect Santiago Calatrava, it is a complex of buildings that make up an architectural work of great value and is an unmistakable icon of the capital. You will arrive in a taxi (included in the price). In its incredible facade where you will find the buildings of the Oceanogràfic, the Museu de les Ciències, Palau de les Arts Reina Sofía, or the Hemisfèric. In addition to all this, your official guide will be available to take you to other points of interest, such as: ● Malvarrosa beach ● Valencia’s harbor ● Serranos Towers ● La Lonja de la Seda (Silk Exchange) ● Santa Catalina ● The Central Market of Valencia ● Caballeros Street ● Town Hall Square ● The Plaza Redonda and many more points. It will be 4 intense hours of great excitement for the history and incredible places of Valencia. Everything is designed to make sure you don't miss any iconic site in Valencia.

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What people are saying about Port of Valencia

Overall rating

4.2 / 5

based on 93 reviews

Great, but in terms of safety, a few precautions for swimming in my humble opinion would not be a luxury.. do not go swimming by diving directly into icy water after 2 hours in direct sunlight, no lifebuoy seen, explain that we don't run on a boat...some are not used to it...in short, otherwise top reception, meals, atmosphere, thank you! I recommend.. even if we didn't see a private beach, we actually dropped anchor in the open sea.. so those who are afraid of swimming in deep water may have had children, I think, must have hesitated to swim, I loved it! Too bad also not to have some explanations on what we see, port, coast, landscapes... or a small multilingual prospectus with a plan...

We chose this for our last night in Valencia and it didn't disappoint. We got a beautiful sunset and it was a really pleasant sail. Managed to get right at the front on the Catamaran.

Really awesome experience. The best is to arrive in the first but the trip and the crew really at the top! Thank you.

Nice weather, calm sea, nice music, nice sunset. Great end to a nice holiday.

It was really nice. I had a good berth and everyone was friendly.