What are you looking at?
You’re looking at the port of València, which currently welcomes the most freight and passenger traffic in all of the western Mediterranean. After the celebration of the 32nd-Annual America's Cup, the seafront here was completely transformed. Old buildings, once dedicated to the traffic of goods in the 19th century, were turned into spaces for innovation, culture, food and wine, creativity and water and land sports. You’ll also see the Veles i Vents building, the brainchild of architect David Chipperfield, which has made Marina de València an icon of the Mediterranean.
What can you do near the port of València?
Just steps from the port of València, you’ll find the Cabanyal neighborhood, Les Arenes Beach and its lively promenade. This is a great area to ride bikes or hop on a sunset catamaran cruise.