Port Aventura transfers

are faster and more comfortable than shuttles, buses, trains and taxis in Port Aventura to the city center, hotel, resort, airport, train station or to any other place you need to get to.

Why do tourists book private transfers in Port Aventura?

Why do people book transfers in Port Aventura

Transfer is a transportation service which meets and brings you exactly where you asked: a Kiwitaxi driver meets you at the airport (as close to the Arrivals as possible), at the hotel reception or at the exactly given address, helps you with your luggage and brings you fast- track to your destination.

You can pre-order inexpensive taxi transfer to the city center or to the airport, comfortable car transfer for the family with children, Economy minivan for a tourist group or a Luxury transfer. The transfer cost in Port Aventura is fixed at the time of pre-order and never rises : either when the driver is waiting for the passenger, when the stop is necessary, or because of traffic jams.

Customer feedback

Superorganized in every detail. ....The information before, upgrading the car without extra charge in advance, the fast and nice service at the pick up place and the reasonable price!
Ten out of ten. Both drivers were on time and professional. Would definitely use Kiwi taxis again. Communication was also good Keeping us informed of driver contact details
The driver was waiting for us at the exit, even with the plane arriving late. He was very polite, drove well, we could understand each other perfectly in english (even that it was not our first language). Everything went well and I definetly recommend the service.

How to Get from Port Aventura to Other Destinations

Port Aventura is popular with both children and adults. It is one of the largest amusement parks in Europe, situated about 100 km from Barcelona, which attracts millions of people every year. Visitors usually wonder how to get from Port Aventura to other Catalan and Spanish cities.

Taxi from Port Aventura

Taxis in Port Aventura can be found at the official taxi stand. Be prepared that a ride to the catalan capital will cost you about 150 euros or even more, as the price depends on a meter. A taxi to Salou will cost you at least 12 euros. Spanish taxi drivers usually do not speak English. Moreover, check that the taximeter is turned on for not paying an extra sum at the end of a trip.

Transfer from Port Aventura

In case you prefer to book everything in advance, the Kiwitaxi transfer will be the good choice for you. An English-speaking driver will meet you near the park and drive you to the place you need in a comfortable car. We offer taxi transfers from Port Aventura to various destinations. For instance, a 1 hour 15 minute-trip to Barcelona will cost you 156 euros, and to El Prat Airport - 162 euros. In case you need to reach a holiday resort Salou, the transfer rate from Port Aventura will be 25 euros.

More information about destinations is on our website. Transfer tariffs do not change after the booking is made. You can book both a one-way and a return transfer on the website.

Public transport from Port Aventura

If you are a budget traveler, you might decide to go by public transport. In case you are going from Port Aventura to Barcelona, you might choose a train, which will cost you around 9 euros and will drive you to Sants railway station. However, trains do not go often, sometimes only 4-5 times a day, so we advise you to check a timetable before planning your journey.

There is a bus operated by the company Plana between Port Aventura and El Prat Airport. The ticket costs around 17 euros, however, it is better to check the timetable and availability of places onboard. If you are heading to Salou, you can choose between a bus and a tourist train, the prices are about 2 and 5 euros respectively.

Interesting Information

It is not easy to choose the attraction in the park, as it is impossible to try everything in one day. The most thrilling and popular attractions are the Hurakan Condor, a 100-meter tube where the riders are taken in cars and freefallen, and the Shambhala, the tallest European rollercoaster, which gives a rush of adrenaline.