For a full overview to Port Aventura theme park including rides and tickets see the
Minibus transfers from Reus airport
Private transfers from Reus airport
Related Pages at the foot of this page.
The routes by road are given for access from different parts of Spain along with details naming the road you should take. There are also links to other pages about the theme park.
Port aventura lies near the coast of Spain next to a town called Salou in the province of Cataluña. The nearest big town is Tarragona (10 km away) and the nearest city is Barcelona.(100 km).
The closest airport is Reus airport. It is 10 minutes away from Port Aventura. When you leave the airport follow signs for the AP7 motorway.
Girona airport is 2 hours drive away from Port Aventura, and Barcelona airport is 1 hour away. From both cities you can take the AP7 motorway.
The AP7 motorway is a toll motorway so have some cash ready to pay when you exit. As a rough guide, for a journey of an hour on the AP7 you'll pay the following fee.
Toll fee: €9.25
Get on the AP-7 if you are travelling from La Jonquera or southern Spain. At exit 35 (salida or sortida) you'll see a sign for PortAventura. The road leads straight to the park.
If you are coming from Barcelona or El Vendrell take the C-32 and then join the AP7.
From Zaragaoza you'll need the AP2, and then get on the AP7 from there and head south.
-Other major road links include the N-240 (Tarragona-Lleida), T-11 (Tarragona-Teruel), and N-340 (Barcelona-Valencia), as well as the secondary roads that link the towns of the Costa Daurada region.
Port Aventura has a very tall theme park ride that is visible from miles away. If you think you are driving the wrong way then scan the skyline to see if you can see the ride sticking up.
If you are coming from the nearby town of Reus, you can get a map from the tourist information office in Reus that has Port Aventura marked on it. The easiest way to get there is to get on the AP7 motorway in the direction of Valencia, and carry on until you see the exit that leads directly to Port Aventura. You will only be on the motorway for about 10 minutes, but this exit off the motorway is easier to find than following the smaller roads.
PortAventura has its own station with regular trains that come from all major stations including Barcelona.
Port Aventura is a well-known theme park on the coast of Spain in the Catalonian region. By car it is easiest to find from the AP7 motorway. Or you can arrive by train directly into the park. It has 3 airports within 3 hours drive, making it easily accessible for tourists.