Valencia is a cruise port that offers all the services and attractions of the most sought-after destinations in the Mediterranean, combined with the authentic Mediterranean flavour of a boutique port.
Discover the port’s present and future facilities and all the attraction of an innovative destination for all types of shipping lines and cruise passengers.
The Port of Valencia is well connected to the two main tourist areas of the city: the historic centre and the City of Arts and Sciences.
At the very entrance of the port there are two municipal bus lines (EMT BUS) to visit the historic centre and admire the architecture of the modern part of the city. Buses for excursions can stop at different places in the historic centre. The most popular stop for cruise ships is “Guadalaviar”, located at the entrance to the historic centre at the Torres de Serrano.
Sea and beach lovers can stroll along the Marina of Valencia and enjoy the urban beaches of Cabañal and Malvarrosa.
Valenciaport is adapting its facilities for container and cruise traffics. That is why, in the near future, the area of the north extension will be modified and destined for the fourth container terminal of the Port of Valencia, the North Terminal.
The date for the start of the construction works is the beginning of January 2024, so that until that date, the CRUISEROS UNO and CRUCEROS DOS quays can be used for cruise ship operations.
In the area of the old shipyards of Valencia, another facility will be built to serve our ferry and cruise passengers, which will be located at the entrance to the port and will be more comfortable for our cruise passengers. At the moment, studies are being carried out to organise pedestrian and vehicle access and the whole area is being remodelled to make it compatible for regular ferry traffic.
At the same time, over the next few months, the adaptation of the docks will begin, so that the latest generation of cruise ships can dock safely and comfortably in the new facilities.
Current Cruise Ship Docks
The port has two areas for cruise ships operations and service.
The docks adjacent to the TRASMED passenger terminal for vessels of less than 300m in length and the docks located in the northern extension of the port for vessels of more than 300m in length, which have all the necessary services for passenger services and offer all the security that the new normality imposes due to the COVID – 19 pandemic.
The TRASMED terminal is located at the north entrance of the port, the closest to the city and in a free access area. The quays of the northern extension are only accessible when cruise ships are in port.
Due to the pandemic, until further notice, the Port of Valencia is giving preferential berthing at the CRUCEROS UNO and CRUCEROS DOS quays, allowing all operations to be carried out in the open air with maximum safety for passengers, crew and people working in the operations.
Future cruise facilities
The new public passenger terminal of the Port of Valencia will be located on a total surface area of approximately 100,000 m2 located between the Muelle Poniente and the Muelle Perfecto Palacio, in the area previously occupied by the Unión Naval de Valencia shipyard.
The new terminal will guarantee the independent operation of cruise passengers and regular line passengers (ferries) and will have all the services required for a fast, comfortable, efficient and intelligent service for ships and passengers.
Commitment to the environment
The project for the new passenger terminal is committed to all aspects of the environment and will be cutting-edge and absolutely exemplary, complying with the sustainability requirements that our sector is facing in terms of reducing emissions in port.
The facility will be committed to significant noise reduction, as all berthing lines will be technically equipped to provide electrical connections to berthed vessels.
In addition, the new terminal will recycle 100% of the waste it generates in a biomethane plant that will be built specifically for this purpose; and it will treat the waste from the ships and the building itself to obtain biogas.
The interior design of the station will ensure the independent operation of cruise ships and liner passengers.
During the 2022, different companies called at the Port of Valencia, such as MSC Cruceros, Costa Cruceros, Prestige, Thomson Cruises, Aidacruises, Royal Caribbean, Global Circle, Silversea, TUI, Viking Ocean, Norwegian, Seadream, Holland America, P&O, Sea Cloud, …
Here you can consult scheduled cruise port calls in 2023. Due to possible changes in arrival dates, the information related to these port calls can only be confirmed 24 hours in advance of its arrival, so you are advised to reconsult the list one day before the expected cruise arrival.
The world’s main cruise lines call at the Port of Valencia. Should you wish to contact them, please get in touch with their shipping agents in Valencia.
- Trasmed Passenger Terminal
Telf. +34 960 91 33 16
Cruise shipping companies in Valencia
- Bergé Marítima Valenciana
Telf. +34 963 241 040
- Pérez & Cia.
Telf. +34 963 676 800
Telf. +34 963 164 600
- Roca Monzó S.A.
Telf. +34 963 542 387
- MEDITERRANEAN SHIPPING COMPANY ESPAÑA, S.L.U.
Telf. +34 96 335 91 63
Telf. +34 963 24 12 50
- Erhardt y Cía
Telf. +34 96 367 53 24
- Intercruises Shoreside & Port Services
Telf. +34 933 01 22 44
- Calypso Tours Group
Telf. +34 952 378 005
- BC Tours
Telf. +34 971 45 07 00
- Marmedsa Cruise Services
Telf. +34 93 298 77 77
The Port Authority of Valencia
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For any questions regarding boarding, parking, please contact your cruise line or travel agency.