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Marina in valencia

La Marina de València is a unique district that combines business, cultural and public activities in a maritime environment.

The area offers a marine ambience that is second to none. It is a welcoming place to dock your vessel and tour the city.

Valencia’s marina is closely connected to the city and its environs. A short distance way lies the curious district of Cabanyal.

Cross the old riverbed park of the Turia to experience this beautiful and vibrant Mediterranean location.


La Marina de València is a unique district that combines business, cultural and public activities in a maritime environment. Nestled cheerfully between the main beach of Valencia and commercial harbour, it is a phenomenal space that excites and surprises.

It covers a vast area of over one million square metres. The distance required to travel from the tip of one pier to the other adds up to an astonishing six kilometres.


La Marina offers an ambience that is second to none. It is a terrific place for events large and small, with entertainment and activities taking place in several locations.

The Marina Beach Club is situated on the most prominent pier next to the sandy beach. Tasty cocktails and vibrant conversation are accompanied by calming views over the Mediterranean sea.


For avid food lovers, La Marina gastronomy reveals many restaurants with a wide variety of ambience and price.  Most provide stunning views over the water or magnificent sundowns. The Marina is easily reachable from the city centre

In the Veles e Vents building a family run group of restaurants can be found. They are both Michelin starred and Repsol rated.


The location of the dock, the berths and the range of options on offer, have placed the marina in Valencia firmly among the main destinations for yachts. La Marina de València is a privileged dock on the Mediterranean shore.

It currently has more than 800 berths with sizes from 7 to 150 meters and an average 7,5 meters draft. A range of services are offered by various marine companies.


Several semi- temporary premises created for the America’s Cup today house innovative business incubators as well as diverse, successful businesses. 

Interestingly, La Marina de València was the 2007 host to the event. It was the only time the long-standing event had been held in a country other than that of the defender. This was due to Switzerland, the previous race winner, being landlocked.


The extraordinary setting of La Marina de València offers novel indoor and outdoor venues and spaces to host meetings and events.

The location of the public dock on the shores of the Mediterranean Sea and the range of services offered makes it one of the best places to organise sport, cultural, music and leisure events.

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