This lift opposite the beach takes you up to the castle's giddy heights.
A famous white elephant of the Spanish building boom – one year there were more landings on Mars than here – this airport, 33km north of Castellón, now has some budget flights to Britain and several Eastern European…
Valencia's main train station; temporary but likely to be around for a good while yet. All fast-train departures leave from here. There's car rental, a tourist office and left luggage, among other facilities.
One of metropolitan Spain's worst bus stations. Don't bother ringing for timetables. There are lockers (€3 to €4) available. As well as domestic services, there are various international lines, mostly to Eastern Eur…
Rents out Vespas with street cred to explore the town. They come in 125cc or 300cc models and can be delivered to your hotel. It also offers a guided day tour riding them.
Offers scooter rental with several delivery points. It's cheaper outside of summer. You'll need ID, driving licence and a €150 deposit or credit card.
You can rent a cycle at Xàbia’s Bike in the port area. It also does weekend rides and can organise guided bike tours.
Runs services between Alicante airport and Xàbia, Calp, Benidorm, Altea and other coastal spots.
Valencia’s Aeropuerto de Manises is 10km west of the city centre along the A3, towards Madrid.
Helpful service. It also has a couple of other offices in town. It's cheaper midweek.