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Valencia

Valencia portFreight ferries from Spain to Majorca, Ibiza, Menorca, Italy & Spain

Valencia ferry port is on the east coast of the Iberian Peninsula, and is one of the largest ports in the Mediterranean Sea. From Valencia you can catch ferries to the Balearic Islands of Majorca, Menorca and Ibiza. Ferries to the Balearic Islands go to the ports of Palma, Mahon and Ibiza Town.

You can also catch ferries from Valencia to Salerno or to Savona in Italy, as well as to Catania and Cagliari on Sicily and Sardinia respectively.

Ferry Routes to Valencia

3 crossings per week
27 hour crossing
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6 crossings per week
6 hour crossing
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6 crossings per week
8 hour crossing
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6 crossings per week
38 hour crossing
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1 crossing per week
17 hour crossing
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6 crossings per week
8 hour crossing
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6 crossings per week
8 hour crossing
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1 crossing per week
26 hour crossing
6 crossings per week
29 hour crossing
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Ferry Routes from Valencia

3 crossings per week
28 hour crossing
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6 crossings per week
7 hour crossing
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6 crossings per week
8 hour crossing
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6 crossings per week
38 hour crossing
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1 crossing per week
15 hour crossing
6 crossings per week
8 hour crossing
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1 crossing per week
26 hour crossing
6 crossings per week
45 hour crossing
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Valencia Details

Geolocation

Acciona Trasmediterranea Ferries Valencia: Estación Maritima, Muelle de Poniente, C.P. 46024, Spain

Balearia Ferries Valencia: Estación Maritima, Muelle de Turia s/n, 46024, Spain

Grimaldi Lines Ferries Valencia: Estación Maritima, Muelle de Turia s/n, 46024, Spain

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