Sant Carles Marina

Sant Carles Marina


All three airports have car hire facilities available. Follow the AP-7 (toll motorway) south from Barcelona or Reus (direction Castellon/Valencia) or north from Valencia (direction Tarragona/Barcelona) until junction 41. Turn off and after passing through the toll booth follow the road across the River Ebro and past Amposta (N340). Turn off at the first exit for Sant Carles de la Ràpita. The journey takes approximately 2 hours from Barcelona or Valencia and 45 minutes from Reus.


The marina is served by three main airports – Reus, Barcelona and Valencia. Many airlines all have routes to these airports including low cost carriers resulting in a choice of flights from many airports, major and regional from destinations all over Europe.

Barcelona International Airport is only 100 miles (160 km) away, Valencia is just 105 miles (170 km) and Reus is approximately 50 miles (80 km) from Sant Carles Marina with all airports having a number of transportation options to get to the marina.


From Barcelona: There is a train shuttle service that runs every 30 minutes from Barcelona Airport to Barcelona Sants (a main railway station). From there take the service to L´Aldea – Amposta – Tortosa which is about two hours. From there take a taxi to Sant Carles Marina, which is about 20-25 minutes.

From Reus: Take a taxi from Reus airport to Tarragona Railway Station. From there catch the train to L´Aldea – Amposta – Tortosa and then a taxi to Sant Carles Marina.

From Valencia: Take the metro from the airport to Xàtiva for the Estacion del Norte (Valencia Nord) and the train from there to Vinaros. Take a taxi from Vinaros to Sant Carles Marina.

BY BUS (from Barcelona)

Take the train shuttle service to Barcelona Sants from the airport. The bus service is run by HIFE from the Calle Numancia near the Avinguda Diagonal and L'Illa shopping centre about one kilometre from Barcelona Sants. The service runs directly to Sant Carles de la Ràpita and the marina is a short walk or taxi ride from the bus stop.


There is a buoyed channel for merchant vessels to enter the Port of Sant Carles de la Rapita at the beginning of the lagoon style area known as the Port dels Alfacs.

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