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How to arrive

how to arrive

how to arrive to gandía

Gandia is a coastal city located 65 km south of Valencia and 116 km from Alicante. With a wide network of well-established connections that make access easy, you can get there by any means of transport. All of them are good options.

Either by road, thanks to the network of motorways, with direct access from the A7 motorway; if you prefer the train, there is an extensive timetable of connections with Valencia; or if you use the bus, several companies operate in the city connecting Gandia with various cities in Spain.


Manises Airport, Valencia. 

Connection with Metrovalencia and Renfe commuter trains every half hour.

El Altet Airport, Alicante.

Connection with Alsa bus line.


Gandia -Valencia Suburban line

Every half an hour.

Madrid – Gandia Intercity.

Several daily services connect the stations of Atocha and Gandia at weekends and during the summer months.


Basque Country, Navarre, La Rioja,

Connection with Bilmanbus

Madrid, Castilla León and Castilla la Mancha

Connection with Avanza

Mediterranean Coast

Connection with Alsa


AP-7 free of charge in Valencian Community

Exit 38 to Gandia from N-332



Buses and trains are comfortable means of transport to move both within and around the city. Gandia has three bus lines that connect all corners of the city with the beach so you don’t miss a detail. Here we explain the alternatives available to you and inform you about all the timetables, stops and telephone numbers of the different companies.


Gandia is a municipality that allows you to get around comfortably by bike. It has an increasing number of kilometres of cycle lanes that connect the different areas and neighbourhoods of the city.

Safor Bici Gandia, municipal bicycle rental service. Bike rental.


In Gandia there are two urban and interurban bus services operating throughout the year that allow you to move between the beach, the centre and the different neighbourhoods of the municipality.

RENFE is one of the starting points for the main urban lines. Check routes and timetables at La Marina Gandiense.


Because of the size of the city, its orography without great unevenness and its excellent climate, one of the best ways to discover Gandia is walking through its streets, pedestrian areas and rural paths.


If you decide to move around our city by car, you should know that the historic centre is pedestrianised.

Consult the list of car parks and car hire companies. Bear in mind that street parking is limited and regulated at certain times and in central areas. Remember: It is always better to use public transport!

Taxis are a way of getting around Gandia quickly. They cover all the corners of the city and its surroundings that other means of transport such as buses do not reach.

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