Valencia airport taxi prices
Valencia airport is a popular starting point for people coming for a holiday in the sun or a city break. The journey from Valencia airport to the city centre takes around 15-20 minutes and costs approximately €20-25 in a standard taxi depending on your exact destination. If you are planning to flag a taxi at the airport then be aware that there is a starting fee of approximately €5 before the meter starts, there is also a higher fee for nighttime fares and on bank holidays.
Prebooking a taxi is the most convenient and stress-free way to get to your destination as the driver will meet you on arrival and take you to the exact address straight away. Fill in the request form on this page and get offers from local taxi companies. Making a booking at an agreed price means that you won’t have to worry about unpleasant surprises and your return journey to Valencia airport will also be taken care of. You will receive a range of offers to choose from based on price, reviews and company profiles.
Taxi and transfer companies near Valencia airport
We have some great local companies on our platform who can help with all types of transfers. Whether you are travelling in a group, with small children or with sports equipment or you are simply after a taxi that will be waiting for you on arrival you should pre-book the right company as soon as possible to make sure that the right one is available for you.
Best places to visit from Valencia airport
First of all you shouldn’t miss the opportunity to visit the beautiful city of Valencia.
Valencia airport to Valencia city transfer only takes around 20 minutes and you can find a local company who can show you around the city if you are limited on time. Make sure you don’t miss the incredible cathedral and the famous City of Arts and Sciences.
From Valencia airport you can easily reach any of the famous resorts on the Costa Blanca. The ‘White Coast’ runs the whole length of the Valencia region with many tourist hot spots.
Benidorm used to be a tiny fishing village until the 1960s but it has become one of the main destinations on the Costa Blanca thanks to its beautiful beaches and busy night life. From Valencia airport to Benidorm the journey takes about 1hr and 30mins depending on traffic.
Javea is another popular destination that offers sandy beaches and beautiful mountain vistas in the background. It’s got a lovely, long promenade lined with tapas restaurants, shops and bars keeping holiday makers well fed and watered. If you have enough of enjoying the beach then the mountaintop fortress of Guadalest makes a great day trip from Javea.
From Valencia airport to Javea a transfer takes approximately 1hr 20mins.
Denia is another lovely little town worth considering for your next holiday. You will enjoy a Spanish vibe here and a long, sandy beach. There is a castle in the centre of town which dates back to the 11th century. You can enjoy authentic seafood restaurants and watch the fishing boats near the old town or head to the marina for trendy bars. Get from Valencia airport to Denia in just over an hour.
Moraira is another great choice if you are after a more traditional place with cobbled streets and a lovely market square. Don’t be mistaken though, Moraira isn’t a sleepy fishing village any more but a lively holiday destination with 2 beautiful blue flag beaches. From Valencia airport to Moraira the drive is around 90 mins.
Altea is separated from Benidorm by a small mountain but the two resorts couldn’t be more different. Choose Altea if you want a more chilled out vibe and fantastic beaches. If you do want to experience what Benidorm nightlife has to offer though then it’s only a 20 minute taxi ride away. Valencia airport to Altea transfer time is 90 minutes.
Albir is on the other side of Benidorm and it also enjoys a slower pace but with Benidorm on its doorstep it can be a great option if you want the best of both worlds. Albir is also home to a beautiful blue flag beach. Valencia airport to Albir journey time is approximately 90 minutes.
Alicante is the other major city on the Costa Blanca and it is a 2hr drive from Valencia airport. Alicante has its own airport and holidaymakers to the area often combine flights between the 2 airports.
Pre-book your Valencia airport transfers
If you are travelling with friends or family then a private transfer can be a surprisingly economical option and it takes the stress out of your arrival and departure at Valencia airport.
The best companies tend to get booked up quickly so we recommend making a booking as soon as you have your flight details confirmed.
About Valencia Airport
Valencia airport (VLC) is located in a town called Manises, just 8 km from the city of Valencia and it is also known as Manises airport. Valencia airport deals with over 5 million passengers a year and it is the 10th busiest airport in Spain and the second most visited in the region after Alicante airport. Interestingly almost half of Valencia airport’s traffic is from Madrid.
A new regional terminal was added to deal with the travellers arriving from the rest of Spain in 2007. Valencia airport has also had a relatively recent extension which was opened in July 2012. The new area offers additional check-in desks and a baggage reclaim area.
There is a good selection of shops, restaurants and cafes at Valencia airport. For your usual duty-free treats head to Aldeasa airside, which offers a good range of beauty products, tobacco, souvenirs, etc. You can also pop in to Las Lilas for last minute presents. There is also a pharmacy and a newsagent in the departure hall. The city centre of Valencia is linked to Valencia airport by a metro network. Lines 3 and 5 will get you into Valencia in 15-20 minutes and metro tickets cost €4.90 at the time of writing.
You can also go by bus. The Aero bus from Valencia airport to the centre takes around 30 minutes and runs every 20 minutes. Tickets cost €2.50. There is also Linea 150 which serves the airport and has frequent stops. This service doesn’t run on Sundays and is more limited on Saturdays so if you are considering taking the bus to the centre then it’s worth having a look at the official timetable.