Bioparc Valencia

Address: Av. Pío Baroja, 3, 46015 València, Valencia, Spain
Duration: 2- 3 Hours
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Immerse yourself in the natural habitat of African animals by getting Bioparc Valencia tickets to access the zoo in Valencia, Spain. This 25-acre zoo is quite unique because visitors can get close to the animals and interact with them without barriers. Basically, the animals aren’t locked in this zoo and can move around freely. But there is no need to worry because hidden barriers exist to keep the visitors safe while allowing the animals to live in their natural habitat. This zoo aims to recreate the African continent and allows the visitors to meet animals such as zebras, giraffes, Nile crocodiles, and more around here.


A unique zoo in Spain, Bioparc Valencia has been designed using the ‘zoo immersion’ concept where the visitors are surrounded by the natural habitat of the animals. Here, all the social animals are placed together while different species coexist in the same habitat. There are hidden barriers between the predatory animals and other species to keep everyone safe while learning about the complex natural ecosystems.

  • Get close to the wild animals at Bioparc Valencia in this unique, immersive zoo. 
  • There are three main African habitats to explore in this zoo – Equatorial Africa, Savannah, and Madagascar. 
  • You can watch the animals in their natural habitats as the ponds, rivers, rocks, etc. separate visitors from the animals.
  • Explore the zebras, lions, mole rats, rhinos, and many more animals as you walk through Savannah, the largest section of the zoo.
  • Visit the Kitum cave, a re-creation of the mountainside cave in Kenya, to see elephants grazing. 
  • Check out the wetlands where you can see crocodiles and hippopotamus share their re-created habitat with waterfowl and frogs.
  • Discover the seven species of lemur in the Madagascar area including the gray bamboo lemur.
  • Learn about the 17th-century extinction process at Madagascar Island and look at the replica of extinct koala lemur and elephant bird at the Interpretation Center.
  • Watch the presentations and shows to learn about birds and mammals’ interaction at the open-air amphitheater of the zoo.

Explore Bioparc Valencia

Bioparc Valencia zoo is divided into different habitats where several animal species co-exist together in their natural form. Here is a little information on what you can expect in each of these habitats.

African savanna

Stroll around the acacia forest and the grasslands of Savannah to find storks, zebra, giraffes, impalas, and more. There are large granite formations in this zone where you can find lions resting and using these rocks to scan their prey. And make your way through the aardvark burrow where mole rats, hyenas, warthogs, and other species live.

Equatorial forest** **

In this zone, you will find different areas such as the Ribera Forest, Mountain Forest, a swamp, and a fallen tree. In the Ribera forest, you will encounter animals such as pygmy hippos, Nila geese, mona gnats, and more. The fallen trunk in the forest is home to several reptiles such as Madagascar boa and species of gecko. The Mountain forest is home to leopards and bongos while the swamp houses the red buffalo, wild pigs, and other animal species.

African wetlands; The Kitum Caves

Home to the amazing Nile hippos, the African wetlands including the Kitum caves resemble the caves of Mount Elgon in Kenya. Here, you can watch Nile crocodiles, softshell turtles, frogs, and other fish species co-exist in harmony. You can also notice the herd of elephants approaching the interior walls of the cave to enjoy the mineral salts found here.

Madagascar Island

Enjoy a journey through this zone that represents the Ankarana Special Reserve on Madagascar Island. In this zone, you will find many lemurs playing in the waterfall and the karst modeling. As you enter the riverside forest, you will watch red varis, white varis, red-headed lemurs and on the other side of the river is the natural predator of lemurs – fossa.

Things To Do Bioparc Valencia

Since Bioparc Valencia offers a large number of habitats and animals to cover, it can become a little overwhelming for the visitors. Here are a few top things that you can expect to see and do when visiting Bioparc Valencia.


Bioparc Valencia zoo is home to several Africa animal species and is divided into four zones. Visitors can come to this immersive zoo to watch the animals co-exist in their natural habitat without any barriers or cages. There are approximately 4000 animals to observe here including Nile crocodile, Impala, African lion, Meerkat, Red vari, and so on.


Watch the Bird and Mammal’s Cycle of Life exhibition show where you can learn about the prey/predator relationship. This exhibition shows general animal behavior and how different animals behave when they are hunting or defending themselves. You will see how osprey uses the claws to fish, the interaction between jackals and vulture, and a lot more. This educational show is displayed at 1 PM every day in the open-air amphitheater that is located in the center of Bioparc. 


Enjoy a meal at the Bioparc Cafe where you don’t get just delicious food but a memorable experience as well. The entire construction of this cafe has been done with simple and reusable material and it has been furnished to offer a calming feel to the visitors. You will find a variety of nutritious dishes here including salads, pizzas, hamburgers, and more! 

Know Before You Visit

Plan your visit to Bioparc Valencia well in advance so that you don’t waste time on the site. Here is everything you need to know!

Bioparc Valencia is open daily from:

  • Mon to Sun: 10 AM to 7 PM

Best Time to Visit:

  • Valencia experiences a Mediterranean climate with pleasantly warm and sunny weather throughout the year. But if you wish to enjoy warm weather without the crowds, then the best time to visit Bioparc Valencia is in the months of April and May. Plan a visit during the weekdays to avoid the crowds.

Address: Av. Pío Baroja, 3, 46015 València, Valencia, Spain
Parking – Bioparc Valencia offers parking facilities to the guests with their own cars. It costs 6 Euros for a 10-hour visit.
Getting there-

  • Taxi/Car – Guests can hire taxis or drive their own cars using the highways around Valencia. If you are travelling from the city centre, it will take you around 15 minutes to reach the zoo.
  • Metro – The lines 3, 5, and 9 of MetroValencia can be taken from Xativa station to reach Nou d'Octubre stop which is around 10 minutes from Bioparc Valencia.
  • Bus – Visitors can take bus number 67 of EMT to the Hernández Lázaro - Vall de la Ballestera stop which is a 5-minute walk from Bioparc Valencia. Another option is to take bus numbers 98 and 99 of the EMT and get down at the Bioparc stop or take bus numbers 73 and 95 of the EMT and get down at the Nou d'Octubre bridge.
  • There are nursery rooms and baby changing facilities available at several locations inside the Bioparc Valencia zoo.
  • All the main restrooms have facilities for disabled visitors too. There are restrooms in every habitat for easy and quick access.
  • You can get First Aid services inside Bioparc Valencia at the entrance of the Madagascar habitat.
  • There are multiple stroller parking zones inside the zoo that can be used by guests to park the stroller and take their kids inside the attraction. 
  • There is a children’s playground outside the Savannah habit and near the entrance of the zoo.
  • Bioparc Valencia offers paid parking facility for the guests with cars at 6 Euros for 10 hours.
  • There is a bicycle parking facility available outside the entry gate of the zoo.
  • Bioparc Valencia zoo offers wheelchairs in emergencies.
  • There are special toilets for disabled visitors throughout the park including Madagascar entry, Savannah, and Kitum Caves habitats.
  • For blind visitors, guide dogs and assistant dogs are allowed to accompany inside the park.
  • Special attention is required for disabled visitors so they cannot access the Madagascar area and Educational Exhibition in the Amphitheatre.
  • Guests are requested to contact the park before arrival for easy entry to the zoo.
  • Bioparc Valencia prohibits smoking inside the premises.
  • Photographs animals without using the flash.
  • Do not throw objects at the animals or hit the glass barriers in the zoo.
  • It is forbidden to interact with the animals or give them food.
  • Visitors cannot enter Bioparc Valencia without proper clothing (no bare torso).
  • Children under 14 years of age must be accompanied by an adult at all times.
  • Skateboards, cycles, skates, etc. aren’t allowed inside the Bioparc Valencia zoo.
  • Photographs and videos cannot be taken for commercial use.
  • Guests have to take care of their own belongings.

To make your trip to Bioparc Valencia comfortable and safe, here are a few tips and tricks to remember:

  • Buy your Bioparc Valencia tickets online as there are limited visitors allowed every day and enjoy a hassle-free entry experience.
  • Avoid visiting in the morning as there is a lot of crowd at the zoo. Plan a visit in the afternoon instead.
  • Make sure that you arrive at the chosen date and time as the park is currently operating at 50% capacity. If you reach the zoo late, you might not be able to enter the park due to full capacity.
  • Visitors cannot bring outside food or drinks inside the zoo.
  • Ensure to carry water in a non-glass container and drink plenty of water as it can become a little hot while exploring.
  • Use the 5 one-way itineraries designed to visit the park by downloading the route maps on your mobile phone.
  • Do not interact with the animals without a guide and don’t throw objects at the habitats or feed the animals here.
  • Bioparc Cafe: This is a new cafe at Bioparc Valencia that serves a wide variety of dishes and drinks such as nachos, pasta, beer, beer, meat, cheesecake, and so on.
  • Samburu Restaurant: This is an open-kitchen restaurant that is open for lunch and serves paella, chicken, fish, pasta dishes, and a lot more.
  • Kidepo Cafeteria: Offering gorgeous views of African savannah from the terrace, this cafeteria serves pastries, sandwiches, lunch options, etc.
  • Ndoki Kiosk: Another great place to eat in Bioparc Valencia during the weekends. Here, you have a sandwich shop and a Burger joint to order food and drinks from.
  • Ice Love: Accessible on the weekends, this joint serves delicious ice creams and slushies to refresh you.

There are a number of acoomodation facilities available near Bioparc Valencia:

  • If you are looking for a budget-friendly stay near Bioparc Valencia, then Quart Youth Hostel is a great choice. This hostel offers bright dorm rooms with a gym, free breakfast, and free WiFi facility.
  • Casual Civilizaciones Valencia is a pet-friendly hotel near Bioparc Valencia that is close to several shops and restaurants and is close to transit options as well. 
  • Another great budget-friendly choice is Hospederia del Pilar that has simple, furnished rooms, offers complimentary WiFi, and is close to several attractions in the old town.
  • Hotel NH Valencia Center is a 4-star hotel that offers a comfortable, cozy room along with a spa, a rooftop terrace, a gym, an indoor and outdoor pool, and an amazing restaurant.
  • Sercotel Sorolla Palace is a contemporary hotel with beautiful rooms, an indoor swimming pool, and an outdoor pool to enjoy.
  • If you want to enjoy the city views and relax in an outdoor swimming pool after a day out, then Hotel Eurostars Gran Valencia is perfect for you.
  • Melia Valencia is a luxury hotel that offers spacious rooms plus a gym, a spa, and a Mediterranean restaurant.

Frequently Asked Questions About Bioparc Valencia

What is the Bioparc Valencia?

Bioparc Valencia is a 25-acre immersive zoo in Valencia, Spain. Here, they have recreated natural habitats including the landscapes of Africa. Visitors can get a closer look at the animals that live without barriers and in harmony with other African animals.

Where is Bioparc Valencia located?

Bioparc Valencia is located in Valencia, Spain.

What are Bioparc Valencia opening hours?

Bioparc Valencia is open daily from 10 AM to 7 PM.

What’s the best time to visit Bioparc Valencia?

The best time to visit Bioparc Valencia is during the weekdays and on Saturdays for a weekend visit. Avoid a visit between 10:30 AM and 1 PM as that is the busiest time, plan a visit in the afternoon instead.

How much time do you need at the Bioparc Valencia?

Visitors can expect to spend around 2 – 3 hours exploring all the habitats and animals at Bioparc Valencia.

What is unique about the Bioparc Valencia?

Bioparc Valencia is quite unique because it doesn’t cage the animals here and houses them in their natural habitats. Also, several animals live together peacefully and guests can watch them in their wild form.

What are the best things to do inside Bioparc Valencia?

There are four habitats inside the Bioparc Valencia for the visitors to explore. Apart from that, there is an amphitheater to watch exhibition shows here about the ecosystem. 

Q.Is Bioparc Valencia suitable for toddlers?

Since Bioparc Valencia has animals roaming around in their natural habitat, it can be fun for toddlers to watch and learn about them. There are also stroller parking areas throughout the Bioparc Valencia park that can be used by the guests.

Is there any dress code inside Bioparc Valencia?

All guests are requested to cover their torso when entering the zoo.

Is outside food allowed in the Bioparc Valencia? 

No, guests aren’t allowed to bring outside food or water inside the Bioparc Valencia zoo.

What type of restaurants does Bioparc Valencia offer? 

There are five restaurants and food joints available at Bioparc Valencia. There is one cafe, one restaurant, one cafeteria, one ice joint, and a food kiosk available at different locations throughout the zoo.

Are there any ATMs available at Bioparc Valencia?

No, there is no ATM inside Bioparc Valencia but there are a few available outside the zoo.

Are strollers and wheelchairs available inside Bioparc Valencia?

Wheelchairs are available inside the Bioparc Valencia zoo for emergencies.

Are lockers available inside Bioparc Valencia?

No, there aren’t any lockers provided at Bioparc Valencia.

Is there a baby room inside Bioparc Valencia?

Yes, there are baby rooms at multiple locations inside the Bioparc Valencia zoo.

Is there a free parking space inside Bioparc Valencia?

No, but there is paid parking available at Bioparc Valencia.

Can children enter the Bioparc Valencia alone?

No, all children under 14 years should be accompanied by an adult at all times inside the park.

Can I get First Aid at Bioparc Valencia?

Yes, First Aid is available inside Bioparc Valencia zoo near the entrance of Madagascar habitat.