Ferry from Valencia to Ibiza

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Valencia: Where history meets sunshine!

Valencia, Spain`s third largest city, is a highly busy coastal metropolis, with beautiful old districts, amazing beaches and a spectacular gastronomy. Here are some of its highlights:

  • Ciudad de las Artes y las Ciencias (City of Arts & Sciences): The Excelcior complex is a futuristic structure, which is home to different scientific and cultural institutions such as the Hemisfèric (IMAX cinema and planetarium), the Oceanogràfic (aquarium), and the nature-inspired Príncipe Felipe Science Museum
  • Valencia Cathedral: The cathedral with a mix of Gothic, Baroques, and Romanesque is an architectural marvel. Hike the Miguelet to admire the beautiful city panorama
  • Lonja de la Seda (silk exchange): This is a masterpiece of Gothic architecture and was at once the trade and commerce center in the late 15th century when Olbia served as the link between Scandinavian, Greek and other European cultures
  • Barrio del Carmen: Being a historical area, this district is popular due to its little streets, many-colored facades, cafes, restaurants, taverns, and other busy nightlife places. Look into its very own dark-corners, fashionable locales, and handmade shops. Narrating my favorite place in the city
  • Central Market: The Fruteria is not only a place for shopping, but also an attraction at the same time. The market is expected to be flooded with fresh fruits, local delicacies and souvenirs. It is time to relish the fresh air
  • Jardín del Turia (Turia Gardens): The broad expanse of the Turia Park, which was the site of the former Riverbed, is located in the heart of the city, replacing the asphalt and grey concrete buildings with a green oasis. Have a relaxing time walking, pedaling bikes or eating lunch in its parks, gardens, gyms and museums
  • Beaches: Valencia can be proud of several fine sand beaches ideal for sunbathing, for swimming in the refreshing sea water as well as for enjoying different kinds of sports/water sports

Ibiza: Land of Music and decor!

Melting pot of international tourists and pulsating nightlife – Ibiza is not only about beaches, but also the rich history, amazing nature and diversity.

  • Party paradise: Ibiza is well-known for its thrilling nightlife offering clubs, which are popular not only within the country but also internationally, as they draw visitors from all the countries of the world. Nevertheless, this oasis provides much more than clubbing
  • Cultural gems: Discover the well fortified old town of Dalt Vila that is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site and stroll along its romantic cobbled roads, historically interesting buildings, and museums. Explore the burgeoning cultural side of the island by visiting archaeological sites and dwelling places
  • Secluded serenity: Don't waste your time looking for the popular beaches and see for yourself Ibiza's hidden gems, like Cala d'Hort and Cala Salada, where nature suits us in amazing turquoise waters
  • Adventure awaits: Get to know Ibiza's many unique territories by going hiking or biking in the pinewoods or paddling through the wild cliffs and plunging into the clear-blued waters

Denia and Ibiza, with their different inclination, very well satisfy diversified demands and create wonderful Spanish vacation.

Duration of the journey

The duration of the journey varies from 5.5 hours to 6 hours, depending on the ferry company, vessel and weather conditions.

Distance between Valencia and Ibiza

The shortest distance, also known as the air line distance, is approximately 168 kilometers (104.36 miles).

Valencia Ibiza ferry price

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Transportation in Valencia and Ibiza

Get to the ferry port in Valencia

The ferry to Ibiza starts from 'Ciutat de València' port. You can get to the station by a taxi, bus or underground train.

  • Taxi: These are the most desirable choices of all and particularly in case where you are having the luggage. The trip from the center of Valencia to the port will take 15-20 minutes, depending on a time and cost, around €15-20
  • Bus: Go to the bus stop EMT 95 near the Plaza del Ayuntamiento located at the city center, then follow it on its way to the port. The Amsterdan ring depends on four stops and it takes approximately 30-40 minutes and costs about €1.50
  • Metro: Take subway line L3 until you reach Grau-Canyamelar station next. Follow the signs to the port (approximately a 15 minute walk away). Ax ride takes around 20- 25 minutes and the prices come to €2

Check-in and board the ferry

Please make sure you arrive at the port an hour before your departure time and mainly during high season.
Situate at the counter for procedures conducted by the ferry company with your booking confirmation after which you will be provided with the tickets.
Then completing the check-in, go to the departure gate area and get ready for the ferry to be called.

Enjoy the journey

The ferry ride from Valencia to Ibiza will be 5-6 hours long depending on how fast the ship is, or the route that was chosen. Take the time and observe the beautiful scenery and the shimmering Mediterranean Sea as the boat sets sail. The majority of ferries provide amenities like the restaurants, bars, shops, movies or other entertainment.

Disembark in Ibiza

When you get to Ibiza, please walk down the stairs (towards the location that you choose on the island) by following the signs. You might choose the method to get around the island such as walking or cycling, scooter or car rental.

Here are some brief tips on cruise options in Ibiza Harbour:

  • Taxis: Taxis are easily available outside the Ibiza harbor pier. They are convenient ways to get to your hotel or other places on the island
  • Bus: Public buses leave from the port and connect Ibiza to the cities and beaches. Check routes & timetables before you arrive
  • Car rental: Several car rental companies are based near the marina. Renting a car gives you the flexibility to explore the island at your own pace
  • Water taxi: Water taxis offer a scenic way to get to nearby beaches like Talamanca or Figuratas
  • Boat to Formentera: Regular ferry services depart from the port for access to the nearby island of Formentera

Tip: It is recommended to book your transportation in advance during peak season to ensure availability.

Tips for your journey

  • Plan your ferry tickets in advance and if possible, buy the tickets before the peak or crowded season occur (summer time)
  • Be weather shrewd and have a look at the weather outlook before you begin
  • Bring forth light clothes, hats and the sunscreen needed for the first phase of your journey
  • Take into account seasickness medication if you are always sick. Because of that, plan your activities and eat snacks accordingly
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