Ferry to Formentera, Valencia ▷ Formentera

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Valencia

Valencia
How to get to the port of Valencia
The Port of Valencia is one of the most important in the Mediterranean in terms of commercial traffic. The port connects Valencia by ship to the Balearic Islands and to Italy, and is a destination increasingly requested by cruise ships, which dock in the pier of Ponente to allow passengers to visit the city for a few hours. To reach Valencia by car, a modern road network connects it to the main Spanish cities. In particular, the AP-7, which runs from north to south throughout the Levantine coast, joining Valencia to Barcelona and Alicante, and the A-3, which crosses the center of the peninsula to reach Madrid. The airport is only 8 km from the city. For those wishing to reach Valencia in teno, there are two train stations. The Norte station operates a subway train service and the Joaguin Sorolla high-speed train station with connections to Madrid, Seville, Cordoba and Cuenca. From the train station Jaquin Sorolla also high-speed trains to Barcelona and other cities.

Formentera

Formentera
How to reach the port of Formentera
Formentera is one of the four main islands of the Balearic archipelago, in Spain; together with neighboring Ibiza, it forms in turn one of the Pitiuse Islands.
Formentera has an area of 83.2 km² and with its 11.878 inhabitants it appears to be the least populated island of the Balearics.
The island is characterized by typically Mediterranean vegetation.The resident population is spread among the six centers of the island as the municipal capital Sant Francesc Xavier, La Savina, home of the port, Es Pujols, main tourist center and Sant Ferran de ses Roques, inhabited center and hippy destination since the sixties, Es Caló de Sant Augustì and El Pilar de La Mola. This population grows out of proportion during the summer, given that the island is one of the favorite destinations in Europe, thanks to the beauty of the beaches and the uncontaminated aspect of its Mediterranean vegetation.
The official languages of the island are Catalan and Spanish.