Had a visit here. Loads of cranes still in situ, as location used for the America's cup when located there. Some fab boats berthed. Sadly looking a wee bit tired
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It's a shame that the 2007 Americans Cup days have been forgotten and the harbour area is a bit run down. It appears that there is some investment now and still some beautiful boats in the harbour. The promenade is nice to walk up but...More
It's informative to walk around the Puerto de Valencia and see how the America's cup structures are mostly left abandoned nowadays... it's a shame, but it almost always happens with such things (think about the EXPO areas)...
We could have beautiful working ports like this this if knew how to do it! Man the Spanish know their architecture, the cranes in the background are works of arts, colorful, you know this is a busy place and yet it is clean, safe, fun,...More
We rode our hired bikes out here from the city to get to the beach for dinner.Clearly the Americas Cup moved on and the development kind of didnt. Unlike Barcelona this area is away from the City and is rather dull........ once at the beach...More
On the Tourist Buses Marine Tour. Next to the Beach and the Promenade. Restaurants. No.32 Bus goes from City Centre to Beach.
Some city harbours are worth a visit (eg Barcelona), but not Valencia's. Rather grim and tired - no real buildings of any note (Shame cos the city is great)
This place gives a soothing vision to eyes with blue waves under the blue sky. This is Valencia's one of the major attraction spot.
Very well developed area lots of restaurants and bars and places to walk and cycle. Wanted to see some of the old F1 circuit which you can walk and ride on. In some ways it is a bit sad to see bits of the track...More
Walked to the marina from the beach. Nice boats and yachts etc of all different sizes. A nice bar/restaurant between the beach and the marina with it's own pool. Saw a little of the original Formula 1 racetrack but sadly no longer in use. Worth...More