Communications

Valencia is a city with an excellent transportation infrastructure. The whole city can be access via the Metro system and tram ways, bus routes and a safe reliable taxi network.

  • Access by sea:

Valencia is just a 5-hour sail from the Balearic Islands via Fast Ferry. Our shipping port has more than 170 shipping lines linking the city with more than 300 ports around the world.

VYB Marina port to port distances
• Ibiza – 80NM
• Palma – 145NM
• Barcelona – 160NM
• Gibraltar Straights – 400NM

With 300 sunny days each year and favorable prevailing winds. It made the ideal location for the America´s Cup 2007 and continues to be an excellent base for many yachts who wish to sail throughout the year.

  • Access by air:

International Airport is just 15 minutes from VYB and offers direct flights from cities across Europe including Berlin, Brussels, Paris, Dublin, Milan, Rome, London, Manchester, and Geneva.

  • Access by train:

Joaquin Sorolla station operates a high-speed train (AVE) that provides access to Madrid in just 1 hour and 40 minutes.

  • Access by road:

Valencia is accessible via Spain and Europe’s extensive network of highways. The V-30 road, linking the Port of Valencia to the motorway AP-7 Mediterranean motorway, runs from north to south the Spanish Levant, linking to other European highways. The A-3 Valencia connects directly to Madrid.