How can I travel to Tabarca from Torrevieja?
Here we provide you with all the necessary information to take a boat trip to the Island of Tabarca.
The boat that is used for this journey has a clear part underneath so that the seabed and the fish are able to be seen.
The island of Tabarca is located about twenty kilometres from the city of Alicante, and near the Cape of Santa Pola. With a length of about 1,800 metres and a width of approximately 400 m, It is the largest island in the Valencian Community and the only inhabited one.
Tuesday – Thursday – Saturday
Departure point: Torrevieja Port (in front of the Casino).
Departure Time: 11am
Return to Torrevieja port: 6pm
Adults € 24.
Children from 3 to 10 years € 17.
Children from 0 to 2 years old Free.
Special prices for groups.
Ticket sales: In the booth located next to the boat 30 minutes before each departure.
Pet Friendly? Yes
Car Parking? Yes, approximately €1 per hour.
+ Info: Call: 966 70 21 22 – 669 41 22 33 please remember to say you saw the information on Torrervieja.com.
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The island of Tabarca is located about twenty kilometres from the city of Alicante, and near the Cape of Santa Pola.
With a length of about 1,800 metres and a width of approximately 400 metres, it is the largest island in the Valencian Community and furthermore it is the only inhabited island.
Firstly, Tabarca enjoys a temperate climate, with an annual average of 17ºC, also it stands out for its transparent waters.
As a result, Tabarca’s natural conditions make it ideal for taking part in water sports.
It also has a sandy beach located on the south face, in addition to a large number of coves and cliffs that line the island.
The island has a wide variety of beach bars that offer traditional seafood (cauldron, seafood paellas, seafood, etc.), and it also has a museum worth visiting.
Finally we recommend visitors take a look at the beautiful porticos and emblematic buildings of Tabarca such as the Governor’s House, the Church of San Pedro and San Pablo, etc.
The boat that makes this journey sets sail from the Port of Torrevieja (in front of the Casino) and also has an underwater viewing area to observe the seabed and sea life.
The journey usually takes 1 hour, although sometimes it can be somewhat longer due to the state of the sea.
Yes, access to the boat is done with a ramp and there are spaces reserved for people with disabilities.
Yes, there is a picnic area on the island to eat.
Yes, during the crossing there is the possibility of seeing dolphins.
The use of masks is mandatory.
All the recommended security measures for the Covid19 will be adopted.