This page tells you how to get to Port Aventura from Barcelona.
The driving route to Port Aventura from Barcelona is given, and so are details of buses and trains that also travel to Port Aventura from Barcelona. There are links to official transport pages so you can check up to date timetables.
Driving Route From Barcelona To Port Aventura
Then take A-7 leading to Port Aventure
Next take AP-7
Then take C-32
Minibus transfers from Reus airport
Private transfers from Reus airport
If you are coming from Barcelona or El Vendrell the C-32 joins the AP-7. To get to the C-32 from the centre of Barcelona, take the C-31, then the B-10 (keep heading for Tarragona) and then take the C-32. From the C-32 you can get onto the AP-7 motorway. There will be a toll fee to pay when you exit.
You need exit 35 (salida or sortida) which will be sign-posted 'Port Aventura'. The journey should take about 1.5 hours by car.
When you are near Port Aventura you'll be able to see one of the tall rides sticking up into the sky. It looks like a slim tower with a wider construction on the top.
The company Autocars Plana operate a service from Barcelona centre to Port Aventura and Salou. The service directly to Port Aventura from Barcelona runs only once per day (in the morning) however there is a regular service from Barcelona to Salou centre. From Salou centre you can make your way to PortAventura.
For full timetable information for the bus service from Barcelona to Salou and vice versa we recommend you check directly with BusPlana website. We have given the links and contact information below:
Tel: +34 97 755 3680
There is a train station at Port Aventura and you can take a train from Barcelona to arrive there. Timetables can change so consult the official RENFE (Spain's national rail system) website for up to date schedules.
Tel: +34 91 232 0320
There are many public transport options for travelling to Port Aventura from Barcelona. You can take the bus or train. If you want to drive it will take about 1.5 hours on a good motorway road.