How to get to Gandia Beach, easy and in the first attempt
How to get to Gandia from different parts of Spain and abroad is very easy, then the different ways:
How to get to Gandia Beach by TRAIN?
Gandia has a Renfe Station. To get to the city you must take the train in the North station of the city of Valencia since there is no connection from Alicante.
If in your case you arrive to Valencia in the AVE, there is a free bus that joins the Joaquín Sorolla Station in Valencia (where the AVE leaves you), with the North Station, where you must take the train to Gandia.
Once in Gandia, depending on the time of your arrival, you can go to the beach by the urban bus (La Marina Gandiense) or by Taxi.
How to get to Gandia Beach by BUS
By bus is one of the easiest and most comfortable ways to get to Gandia Beach. The Auto-Res AvanzaBus company leaves from Madrid and Tarancón, making stops both in the City and on the Gandia Beach.
With the company Alsa you have connections from Valencia and Alicante but only to the Gandia bus station, not to the beach.
In Gandia, there is the Marina Gandiense that links the city with the beach.
How to get to Gandia Beach by PLANE
The two closest airports are those of Valencia and Alicante. The Valencia Manises airport is located 86km from Gandia, once there you can get to Gandia by train, bus, taxi or rental car. The Alicante-Elche Airport is located 126 km from Gandia, once there, you can get to Gandia by bus with the company ALSA, taxi or rental car.
How to get to Gandia Beach by car?
If it’s a rental car, the only rental car companies you can take in your home town and return in Gandia is AVIS and HERTZ.
AVIS is located in Guitarist Salvador Garcia Street No. 14 in the city of Gandia. HERTZ is located in the Alcodar Industrial Estate of the city of Gandia.
As for how to get there by car, the main access roads to Gandia are: The AP7 and N332 that unites it with Valencia and Alicante. The A31-A35 that joins it with Albacete.
Whenever you come by the AP7 motorway, both valencia and alicante direction, you must deviate by exit 60 and never by exit 61 because for the latter you must cross the town of Bellreguard where there are traffic lights and large queues are created.
If you do not want to go through the city of Gandia first, always note that you take the detour to the beach and not follow Gandia Nord all the time.
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