Line 10 Metrovalencia (Alacant-Natzaret):Stops, timetables and maps

Find out everything you need to know about the new line 10 to get around Valencia your way.

Adrià Aguado
Adrià Aguado
April 4, 2024

Line 10, the origin of future extensions

The opening of Metrovalencia's Line 10 marks the beginning of future expansions of the tram network in Valencia. In addition to the extension of the line to Grao, the first kilometres will also serve the forthcoming Lines 11 and 12. Line 11 will turn off at the City of Arts and Sciences (Pont l'Assut de l'Or) to reach Grao, while Line 12 will follow an alternative route, turning off after the Amado Granell-Montolivet station and before the Quatre Carreres stop, to reach the city's main hospital, La Fe.


Journey times

The time taken by the tram to travel the distance between Alacant station and Natzaret station is 16 minutes, while the journey time to the Ciutat Arts i Ciències-Justicia stop, which is the terminus stop on half of the journeys, is 11 minutes. The tram frequency is 7.5 minutes to Ciutat Arts i Ciències-Justicia and 15 minutes to Natzaret on weekdays, which becomes 10 and 20 minutes respectively on Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays.

Stations and stops

On Line 10 there are three underground stations that are fully accessible: Alacant, Russafa and Amado Granell-Montolivet. Each station has a different number of accesses. Alacant has two accesses located on Calle Segorbe and Avenida Germanies. Russafa has an access located on Avenida Antic Regne de València, near the Escuelas Profesionales de Artesanos. Amado Granell-Montolivet has two accesses located on the avenue, one at the junction with Calle Luis Oliag and the other at the junction with Calle Granada and Plaça Doctor Torrens.


Sustainable transport

By using electrical energy as a power source, Metrovalencia's transport operation emits virtually zero pollutant gases. As a result, the operation of Metrovalencia Line 10 could help avoid the emission of around 3,000 tonnes of CO2 per year, thus contributing to the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions.



At Alacant station, a Customer Area has been created which is designed to help users of the line to carry out different procedures related to the Metrovalencia transport service. The services offered include information on public transport and the management of personalised cards, whether monthly, annual or the TuiN, Gent Major, Familias Numerosas and Mobilitat cards.

In the underground section, FGV has installed a total of 29 validation points, 10 of which are designed for people with reduced mobility.


Connection with the rest of the network

A pedestrian walkway connects Alacant and Bailén stations (Line 7) and allows users of Line 7 to transfer to Line 10. In addition, the construction of the Alacant-Xàtiva pedestrian walkway (Lines 3, 5 and 9) is planned for this year. This underground passageway is planned to be over 250 metres long and will connect the stations from the concourses.

Free transfer in Alacant

From the moment the new line enters service, its connection with the rest of the metro network will be free of charge for 20 minutes. Thus, transfers between Xàtiva (L3, L5 and L9), Bailén (L7) and Plaça Espanya (L1 and L2) stations and Alacant (L10) station will be free of charge, even though the pedestrian walkway that will link Alacant and Xàtiva is not finished. In the opposite direction, from L10 to the rest of the network, the transfer will also be free of charge.

Free travel around Valencia on public transport

From 31 July next, people under the age of 30 will be able to enjoy free travel on public transport in the Valencia region. This initiative, announced in September by the Valencian authorities and extended in December 2022, will bring benefits to a large number of individuals, exceeding 1.5 million in the Valencian area.


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