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Valencia

Valencia

Valenciaport is the perfect choice for any shipping lines because of its powerful area of direct influence - among the most dynamic in Europe - and its location close to southern European and north African countries.

Tarragona

Tarragona

The Master Plan being developed for the Port of Tarragona for the period 2000-2014 foresees investments totalling 750 million Euros, of which 60% are private investment and the remainder, the investments in port terminals and infrastructure, are to be funded by the Port Authority itself.

Santander

Santander

The origins of port activity in Santander date back more than 2,000 years. Throughout this period, the sea and the port have became one of the fundamental symbols of progress in a community that, through fishing, defence, naval construction, maritime trade and nautical sports, has been constantly pr...

Motril

Motril

Port of Motril has modern facilities that make intermodality possible and can respond to the challenges of the sector. Besides, there is the possibility of grow, thanks to the wide Logistic Activities Zone and its strategic position in a net of terrestrial and maritime communications. The latter con...

Huelva

Huelva

The Port of Huelva has a prominent position among the 28 Port Authorities of General Interest because of its capability of moving bulk liquids such as crude oil, other petroleum products and natural gas. All this has led this port to achieve great levels of growth since 2010. This upward trend has c...

Gijon

Gijon

Located in the Cantabrian Sea, north of Spain, the Port of Gijón is presented to Europe as the best route of entry and exit to the western half of the Iberian Peninsula. Gijón is an excellent logistic platform for enterprises in its hinterland. The A-66 Madrid-Asturias and the Cantabrian motorway...

Ferrol

Ferrol

Located in the North of the province of A Coruña, the Port of Ferrol is the port with the largest commercial activity of all those that are administrated by the Ferrol-San Cibrao Port Authority. The Port of Ferrol dominates the estuary of Ferrol, which is accessible through the Point Coitelada an...

Castello

Castello

The hundred year history of the Port of Castellón has been characterised by steady and continuous growth, in traffic, in infrastructure and by the manner in which it has overcome the difficulties brought about by the need to make the large investments necessary for expansion while confronting the c...

Carboneras

Carboneras

Carboneras has two facilities operated under concession granted by the Port Authority. To the north is Endesa, specialising in coal imports for their adjacent power plant, but also equipped for loading of coal to other ports. To the south, the Port of Holcim has its own facility for the export...

Cadiz Bay

Cadiz Bay

The Bay of Cádiz, thanks to its strategic geographical situation, where two of the three most important flows of world seaway goods transport converge, is a privileged setting for the development of harbour activity. To the wide range of possibilities that the Bay of Cádiz offers with regards to mar...

Bilbao

Bilbao

In the middle of the Bay of Biscay, equidistant between Brest and Finisterre, the Port of Bilbao is central in the European Atlantic. For almost 700 years, this central location has made Bilbao a privileged link with the main ports in both the American continent and the north of Europe. An offer of ...

Barcelona

Barcelona

Vision Barcelona: "Europe's port solution in the Mediterranean." The Port's contribution to improving the competitiveness of its customers, in terms of the profits that clients obtain from the Port, stands at 22.865 billion euros.

Avilés

Avilés

The port of Aviles lies at the centre of the northern coast of Spain, which is a great advantage for the establishing of national traffic between the north of the Iberian Peninsula and the Mediterranean, as well as with the Canary Islands. Its position also situates it at the centre of the European...

Almeria

Almeria

Almeria Port Authority focuses its facilities, technical and human resources on a continuous improvement of its range of services. The length and depth of our quays allows the berthing of big ships in our facilities. Additionally, large esplanades allow operations where quality, speed and security ...

Algeciras

Algeciras

With enviable figures in terms of business activity and growth, as well as an indisputable future, Algeciras Bay Port is a safe bet for any company in the maritime and multimodal transport sector.