It was a building designed by Federico Gomez in Membrillera as maritime station. His style is inspired from french (remember the Gare de Lyon in Paris).

Was very damaged in the Civil War and rebuilt in 1940, devoted to post office and telegraphs. Rehabilitated again in 1985, currently it is used for temporary exhibitions.

Built by José María Fuster and Fausto Elio. Its structure is metal and notable for their modernist decoration, with reliefs alluding to commerce and navigation and mosaics with fruits.

Stone spring was not built until the year 1685 and consisted of a simple levee that penetrated into the sea. Until then it was wooden and transport was carried out to the coast with boats, from ships located offshore. It is in 1852 when starts the modern port.

From 1903 to 1918 are built, the fence that separates the streets of the Grao and Cabañal the port, sheds and royal flush.

In the twentieth century the port continues to grow in south and east, reaching the beach end of Nazareth.

This marina was built in 2007 on the occasion of the 32nd America's Cup, becoming the inner harbor of the port of Valencia in a marina. It is located between the commercial port and the beach of the Sands. Today is a leisure area with restaurants, bars and nightclubs.

These dockyards were completed in 1391. Each ship has a length of 50 m. and a width of 13.20 m. These medieval buildings for shipbuilding are today, a little distant from the sea; and tall buildings between them and the port.

Were privatized in 1840, they are boarded up and some arches were destroyed. In 1980 they moved again to be municipally owned and restored during the years 1986-1993 and starting a new phase as an exhibition hall.

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