Visit Ferrari Land at PortAventura: tickets, prices, opening hours

Would you like to visit Ferrariland in PortAventura, a theme park unique in Europe? Then take a look at our visit guide!

Located south-west of Barcelona near Salou, Ferrari Land is the latest addition to the PortAventura World leisure complex, and its third theme park. This park, the only one of its kind in Europe, offers sixteen attractions spread over 70km², including 4km² for the main Ferrari Experience building alone! A visit to Ferrari Land at PortAventura is your chance to discover all the secrets of the legendary Italian brand and its creator, Enzo Ferrari.

So what’s there to see and do at Ferrariland? From attractions to practical information, timetables and prices, find out everything you need to know to visit Ferrari Land at PortAventura in the best possible conditions.

History of Ferrari Land at PortAventura


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In 2010, the first theme park dedicated to the Italian Ferrari brand opened in Abu Dhabi. After this first inauguration, Ferrari received numerous requests in Europe. In the end, the Catalan PortAventura project was chosen in 2014.

The foundation stone for the park was laid on May 7, 2015, in the presence of the famous German driver Sebastian Vettel, on the eve of the 2015 Spanish Grand Prix, which takes place on the Barcelona circuit from May 8 to 10! One year after the start of construction, the first Prancing Horse crest appears in Salou.

Ferrari Land opened its doors on April 7, 2017, in the presence of Piero Ferrari, son of the firm’s founder Enzo Ferrari, and racing driver Marc Gené, among other celebrities. In 2017, over 700,000 visitors came to discover and rediscover this new theme park, the only one of its kind in Europe!

What to see and do in Ferrari Land


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The third theme park in the PortAventura World complex, Ferrari Land offers 16 attractions for adults and children, all linked to the Ferrari universe or its creator, Enzo Ferrari!

The park is also home to a number of restaurants and stores for a complete day out experience. So to help you visit Ferrari Land at PortAventura, discover the attractions, shows and facilities at this unique theme park in Europe:

Ferrari Land attractions

Ferrari Land’s main attraction is undoubtedly the Ferrari Experience. Located in a 4km² building in the heart of the park, it offers a complete immersion in Ferrari’s GT and F1 cars thanks to two innovative attractions:

  • Racing Legends that brings you the crazy F1™ experience.
  • Flying Dreams, an extraordinary journey around the world aboard a Ferrari GT!

In the building, you can also discover the Ferrari Land Gallery, an interactive museum where you can learn more about the history of the legendary Italian racing team!

A visit to Ferrari Land at PortAventura is also an opportunity to experience 3 powerful thrill rides, such as the Red Force, a vertical gas pedal that reaches 180 km/hour in 5 seconds, or the Thrill Towers, a 55-metre-high free-fall tower and a rebound tower that launches you up and down for a great adrenalin rush!

Families or friends can also challenge themselves on the Maranello Grand Race, a large 570-meter racing circuit. You can also experience a real F1™ simulator with the Pole Position Challenge, which includes 8 semi-professional simulators, or put yourself in the shoes of an F1 mechanic with the Pit Stop Record attraction.

Children can enjoy the Kid’s Area attractions:

  • Junior Red Force, a roller coaster for the youngest members of the family
  • The Kid’s Tower with a 9-metre bounce
  • The Crazy Pistons, shaking in all directions!
  • Or the Champions Race and the Flying Race

In addition to these 16 attractions for adults and children, Ferrari Land offers 4 travelling shows on the themes of ancient, traditional or Venetian Italy!

Restaurants and stores

Ferrariland in PortAventura has 7 restaurants:

  • Ristorante Cavallino and Pit Lane, for delicious Italian cuisine
  • Ice Cream Box for frozen snacks
  • Stop&Go, Finish Line, Paddock or Fast Lap for sandwiches, pancakes, waffles and refreshments!

In the park, you can also discover the Ferrari Land Store, an official Ferrari boutique offering the most exclusive products.

How do I get to Ferrariland?

To visit Ferrari Land at PortAventura and gain access to the complex, there are a number of options, which also depend on your point of departure.

Here are the main ways to get to the Ferrari Land theme park:

  • By plane

If you’re flying into Spain, you can land at Barcelona’s del Prat de Llobregat airport, less than an hour from the park, or at Reus airport, just 15 minutes from Ferrari Land. Regular flights from France to Spain are easy to find. You can also use Ulysse to compare flights.

Once at the airport, you can visit Ferrari Land at PortAventura by cab, available from the official taxi rank at the airport exits, or by shuttle bus, booked in advance. The Plana bus company also runs a regular service from both airports to PortAventura World.

You can also rent a car directly at the airport (or in Barcelona). It’s a great way to make the most of your stay.

  • By train

The R-16 Rodalies de Catalunya line has a stop at PortAventura World. Note that if you choose this option, you can purchase admission tickets including a free return train ticket via this line.

  • By car

To visit Ferrariland in PortAventura, you’ll need to take theA-7. It takes 1 hour 20 minutes by car from Barcelona to reach the complex.

Ferrari Land at PortAventura opening times and prices


You can visit Ferrari Land at PortAventura fromApril to December. The park is closed from January 6 to early April, and during the week in November and December.

Ferrari Land opening times also vary throughout the year:

  • 10:30 am to 7 pm June 22 to September 7 (High Season)
  • 10:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. in Low Season
  • 6-11pm during special openings

For all Ferrari Land opening times, please consult the official PortAventura World calendar.


To visit Ferrari Land at PortAventura, you can take advantage of combined admission to all three parks or purchase admission to Ferrari Land only:

Low season :

  • Adults: €20 (online) and €22 (box office)
  • Junior (ages 4-10) and Senior (over 60): €18 (online) – €19 (box office)

High season :

  • Adults: €22 (online) and €24 (box office)
  • Junior and Senior: €19 (online) – €21 (box office)

Special rates are available for people with reduced mobility, large families and groups. For people with reduced mobility, tickets are only available from the park ticket office.


How long does it take to visit Ferrari Land at PortAventura?

To get the most out of the park, you’ll need a full day to visit it: this will allow you to enjoy the attractions without having to run out of time.

Which size for which attractions?

Many of the park’s attractions have a minimum height requirement. To find out which attractions are suitable for your height, you can consult the attraction map, which lists the height requirements for each attraction.

Is it possible to leave the park and re-enter?

You can come and go as long as you keep your entrance. Don’t forget to get a stamp at the exit as proof.

Can we take our own picnic inside the park?

As in many parks, outside food is prohibited. However, you can easily eat in the park’s restaurants.

Is the park accessible to people with reduced mobility?

Yes, the park is accessible to people with reduced mobility. To qualify for discounts at the ticket office, they must meet the following conditions: legally recognized disability of at least 33% and proven reduced mobility.

Are pets allowed?

Pets are not allowed in the park or hotels, with the exception of guide dogs. However, you can leave your pets in the PortAventura kennels.