- Safe activities in urban or rural environments, with alternatives for lovers of the outdoors, sports and hiking
- In addition, Valencia has a wide range of gastronomic, cultural, wine, musical and historical attractions
The Port Authority of Valencia (PAV) will present at the Seatrade Cruise Med fair, one of the main world events linked to the cruise industry, its offer of excursions in municipalities in the province of Valencia based on sustainable, safe, non-seasonal and adapted to the needs of cruise passengers. A differentiated offer that includes a wide range of urban or rural activities, with alternatives for lovers of the outdoors, sport or hiking, with more sustainable options. An offer that adds to the gastronomic, cultural, wine, musical or historical experiences.
Marketing and Cruises Manager of the PAV and Senior Vice President of the Association of Mediterranean Cruise Ports (MedCruise) will also participate as a panelist at the event with the conference The Changing Geography of the Med: Adapting and Improvising in which she will address the challenges and opportunities for growth offered by the Mediterranean and the role of emerging destinations in the planning of itineraries in the sector.
Valencia, a medium-sized and sustainable cruise destination, has established itself as a place for specialised shipping companies, both for the family public arriving on large cruise ships, and for those aimed at premium visitors who dock at its docks on small luxury vessels.
The PAV will also be present at the 61st MedCruise Assembly to be held on 16 September in Malaga. At this meeting, the actions that the association wishes to undertake in the coming year will be discussed, giving priority to environmental and social sustainability initiatives, as well as training on these issues. Valenciaport, which holds the first vice-presidency of this Association, will be represented by Francesca Antonelli.