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Gandia Travel


How to get to Gandia

How to get to Gandia by road

Gandia can easily be accessed via the N332 coastal road and the A-7 motorway. To get to Gandía you can use the Mediterranean motorway A-7, following exit number 60. The N-332 national road is the main road to the Valencian coast which connects Gandía with Alicante and Valencia, just as the N-430 connects with the centre of the peninsula. And with the CV60 newly opened to Ontinyent and Alcoy inland and the A7 and N332 running north and south, Gandia is perfectly situated.

How to get to Gandia by Air

Gandia is close to Valencia Manises airport which is approximately 45 minutes drive away. You can also travel via the Valencia Metro and railway between the airport and Gandia

Alicante El Altet airport is approximately 100 km to the south of Gandia and is about an hour and a half drive away.

How to get to Gandia by Rail / Trains to Gandia

Gandia railway station is located at Parc de l’Estacio which happens to be handily placed next to Gandia’s tourist information office.

The RENFE commuter trains bound for Valencia, some 65km away, leave Gandia approximately every 30 minutes and take roughly 60 minutes. In addition three times a day trains go to the Grau de Gandia. The trains are modern and air conditioned.

Stations along this line that the trains stop at are: Gandia, Xeraco, Tavernes Valldigna, Cullera, Sueca, Sollana, El Romaní, Silla, Cataroja, Alfafar Benetusser and Valencia.

Train stations along the Valencia to Gandia Railway Line

The RENFE train station in Gandia is connected to the bus station.

During the summer months, FGV runs two trains per day between Gandía and Madrid, but for the rest of the year there is only one. There are trains every half an hour to Valencia all day, and from Valencia you can connect with services to all other Spanish and European cities.

Gandia Train Station

Plza. Parc de l´Estació, s/n
902 320 320 / 902 43 23 43

gandia train station

An old train outside the Gandia Railway Station, next to the Tourist Information Office


Train Timetable from Gandia Train Station to Valencia North Station

Gandia to Valencia Train timetable

How to get to Gandia by Bus / Buses in Gandia

L’Urbà bus Gandia
L’Urbà bus runs throughout Gandia along two lines (red and yellow). This bus does not go to the beach but it does offer transportation service to major parts of the city

L’Urbà bus runs during the week and on Saturdays from 7:00 to 24:00
L’Urbà bus runs on Sundays and festivals from 9:00 to 24:00

L’Urbà bus Red Route and Stops


Bus stops along the Red / Line 3 route are : Estación de tren Renfe, Polideportivo, Jardinet, Centro Social Corea, Instituto de Enseñanza Secundaria Tirant Blanca Perú Blasco Ibañez, Joaquin Ballester, República Argentina (C.Cisneros). A continuación esta línea sigue su trayecto por la Plaza Elíptica, República Argentina (CEAM) Instituto Ausias March (posibilidad de hacer trasbordo a La Marina), pasando luego por el el Hospital San Francisco de Borja en el Paseo, Teatro Serrano, Pasarela Germaníes, Ayuntamiento de Gandia y finalmente pasa por la Avenida del Grau número 1.

L’Urbà bus Yellow Route and Stops


La línea 4 (amarilla), comienza también en la estación Renfe, pasando por el Torreón del Pino, Centro Salud Beniopa, Puente de Beniopa, Parque Alquería Nueva, Hospital, Jusgados (en el barrio Roís de Corella), Parque País Valenciano (Cerca de la nueva piscina. Además se puede hacertrasbordo a La Marina), Las Esclavas. Seguidamente el trayecto continúa por el Museo Fallero, Benipeixcar y Raval, Instituto María Enríquez y Centro Social Raval. En las siguientes seis paradas del autobús hay conexión con el autobús de la línea 3. Se trata de las paradas de la pasarela Germaníes, Ayuntamiento, Avenida Grau numero 1, Polideportivo y Jardinet.

La Marina bus Gandia
La Marina bus connects the city center with the beach of Gandia.

La Marina bus service of Gandia is used mostly during the summer months by the inhabitants of the town center to go to the beach and by visitors to the beach for shopping and visits to the center of Gandia.

Line 2: This is the regualar line that remains active during the year. Line 2 connects the beach with the city.
Opening hours weekdays: from 6:00 to 1:00 with a frequency of 10 to 15 minutes.
Weekends and holidays same hours as the days with every 15 minutes.
Saturday night: from 23:30 to 5:00 every half hour.
Bus stops along the La Marina route are : RENFE, Plus Ultra, San Rafael, Real de Gandia, Sant Pere Reyes Católicos, San Pere Hospital, San Pere Beniopa, Plus Ultra Centro Social, Xeresa, RENFE, Plaza Ejército Español, Careterra Grau, Goleta Ambulatorio, Grau Universidad, Goleta, Careterra Grau, Avenida Grau Miramar, RENFE.


Map of the Gandia Bus Routes

The yellow and red L’Urba are represented in their corresponding colors while the blue line represents the path of the La Marina. All bus routes are clockwise. La MArina runs to the beach (by the road Grau), but this piece of the journey is not represented on this map.

The blue markers represent the car parks (both free and paid).

How to get to Gandia by Boat / Ferry

Gandia Port

A Ferry connection to the Ibiza and the Balearic Islands from Gandia may be availablbe from as early as 2013.
Gandia Mayor Arturo Torró announced that he was seriously considering the Gandia to Ibiza ferry in a bid to boost tourism. The new service would involve return journeys to Ibiza from the Grau de Gandia over the weekends in July and August – a scaled-down version of the crossings run from Dénia port, which travel on a daily basis throughout the year.
Although technical investigations and market research will need to be carried out, Torró is already in talks with the head of sales at the ferry company Acciona Transmediterránea.
He said it was unlikely to happen by this summer, but may be up and running by 2013.
“This means that with the high-speed AVE train to Madrid, Spain’s capital will be well-connected to the Balearic Islands via Gandia,” Torró commented.

Gandia Taxis

Radio Taxi Gandía
Address: Avenida Marqués Campo, 14
Tel: (+34) 962 84 30 00

Euro Taxi Gandía
Address: Gabriel Miró, 14
Tel: (+34) 609 65 87 11

Gandia Bus Companies

La Amistad
Recinto Estación
46701 Gandia Valencia/ValénciaTel: 96 287 44 10
Web: www.autobuses-laamistad.com

La Marina Gandiense
Avda Marqués de Campo, 14
46701 Gandia Valencia/ValénciaTel: 96 287 18 06
Web: www.lamarinagandiense.com

Miguel Ferragud. Xeresana
Recinto Estación
46790 Gandia Valencia/ValénciaTel: 96 289 53 53 / 655 978 801
Web: www.autocaresferragud.es
E-mail: www.autocaresferragud.esConsultar horarios en la web

Recinto Estación
46780 Oliva Valencia/ValénciaTel: 96 285 43 28
Web: www.olibus.com
E-mail: autocares@olibus.com

Recinto Estación
46702 Gandia Valencia/ValénciaTel: 96 286 15 52 / 625 540 879
Web: www.simbus.es
E-mail: simbus@simbus.esConsultar horarios en la web

Avda Marqués de Campo, 14
46701 Gandia Valencia/ValénciaTel: 96 287 18 06
Web: www.lamarinagandiense.com