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Marina Real Juan Carlos I, Valenica


Marina Real Juan Carlos I, Valencia


Date Visited
June 2012

Photos
Coming soon

Marina
Marina Real Juan Carlos I
Oficinas Marina Norte
Marina Real Juan Carlos I
CP 46024
Valencia - Spain
Telephone: +34 963 812 009
Fax: 963 814 450
e-mail: info@marinarealjuancarlosI.com
Great marina for getting into the city of Valencia. However you have to watch out for the poles on the floating pontoons when the wind blows from a certain direction the boats get pushed right up against them. There were several damaged boats on our pontoon. 

Marina Facilities
The facilities are reasonably limited in the marina however there are lots of marineras on hand. There are not enough showers for the amount of boats though.

Berthing Charges
Very cheap marina €180 for 7 days over the Valencia Grand Prix weekend. Normal peak reason price €21 a night for a 15m sail boat.

Fuel Dock
Yes

Beach
Large american style beach to the east of the marina.

Chandlery
There was a small chandlery in the marina.

Supermarkets
Mercadona
Calle de Jerónimo de Monsoriu, 89
46022 Valencia, Spain
963 309 941
A decent size supermarket however it is a long walk from the marina. You can however shop online for delivery to the marina. Mercadona and Carrefour both other this service.

Laundry
In the marina however they are not very kind to the clothes.

Restaurants
Restaurante La Pappardella
C/ Bordadores, 5 · 46001 Valencia, España
Tel. +34 963 918 915
Nice little italian restaurant, it is however on an odd little street and the views from the outside tables are not the best. Good food though and very reasonable.

Restaurante La Rosa
Av. Neptuno nº 70
Playa las arenas
46011 VALENCIA
telf: 96 371 20 76 - 96 371 25 65
Fax: 96 381 20 76
Great fish and paella restaurant right on the beach with great view of the sea. Very friendly staff and the best lobster paella so far.

Bars
Finnegans of Dublin
Plaza de la Reina, 19
46003 Valencia, Spain
+ 34 963 92 28 62
In the heart of the old town La Plaza de la Reina is great place to go for a drink and have dinner, full of locals and tourists with a great atmosphere. Finnegans was just one of many bars and we went because they served Guinness.

Night Clubs
High Cube
Puerto Valencia (in front of the building: Veles e Vents)
Valencia

Travel Facilities
Metro: great for getting into town, it also goes all the way out the airport.
International Airport: 20 minutes from the marina by taxi.
Ferry Terminal

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