Ibiza Valencia Ferry
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The Ibiza ferry port is situated in Ibiza town. The access to Ibiza ferry port is off Avenida Santa Eulalia and the passenger terminal is called 'Estacion Maritima del Puerto'.
Ibiza is one of the Balearic Islands situated in the Mediterranean Sea and belonging to Spain. The island of Ibiza is world renowned for its summer parties, especially in Ibiza town and Sant Antoni (San Antonio) which has its own port, with thousands of people crowding the big summer club nights hosted in some of Europe's most famous venues. However, Ibiza has its fair share of quiet areas that can be found such as "God's Finger" in the Benirràs Bay as well as some of the more traditional Ibicenco cultural sites., helping make this a perennially popular destination.
Valencia ferry port is the biggest port on Spain's western Mediterranean coast; Valencia's ferry port is the gateway to the Balearic Islands for thousands of Spanish travellers every year.
Despite its long history, Valencia is a very modern city. The City of Arts and Sciences museum is undoubtedly a fantastic example of this modernity, and the pride the city takes in being a cultural centre of Spain. Situated on the Costa de Valencia, the city of Valencia will satisfy everyone: watersports, spa centres located around the mountains of Valencia, wide beaches, affordable hotels, theme parks, nature reserves and leisure parks such as Dinopolis or Aqualandia, and city tours involving sightseeing, culture, museums, shopping, theatre and cinema. Valencia is also famous for "Las Fallas" religious festival (taking place in March every year) and "La Tomatina" festival, an annual tomato fight, which draws crowds to the nearby town of Buñol in August.
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