Port charges are payable for the private or special use of the public port domain and for the provision of maritime signaling services.
The regulations governing charges and fees are set out in the following laws:
- The recast text of the Spanish Law on State‐owned Ports and the Merchant Navy, passed by Legislative Royal Decree 2/2011, of 5th September.
- Agreement of the Board of Directors of the Port Authority of Valencia in a meeting held on 16 December 2022, approving the correcting coefficients and rebates for 2023.
- Spanish Law 31/2022, of 23 December, on General State Budgets for the year 2023 (B.O.E. Nº. 308 of December 24). General State Budgets fof the Port Authority of Valencia 2023.
The port charges referred to in the first paragraph are as follows:
a. T-1: Vessel charge.
b. T-2: Passenger chargue.
c. T-3: Goods charge.
d. T-4: Fishing charge
Similarly, the regulations provide for a series of rebates to be applied on certain charges indicated above. These are the rebates applied to the following section.
Official circular, charges and rebates 2023:
Rebates goods an vessel charges:
Rebates activity charge:
Rebates vessel charge (quality and environmental):
Services quality directive:
6. Vehicle service quality directive:
Application form cruise ships with at least 8 port calls:
Application form cruise ships with at least 12 port calls:
Formulario de reducción de la cuota tasa buque por utilización de GNL o electricidad:
Application form for number of port calls in Valencia:
Application form by number of port calls in Sagunto:
Application form by number of port calls in Gandía:
Application forms environmental rebate:
Application form quality rebate: