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Sines

Sines

The Port of Sines is an open deep-water sea port with excellent maritime access, without restrictions, leading the Portuguese port sector in the volume of cargo handled, and offering unique natural characteristics to receive any type of vessels. Due to its modern specialised terminals, the port is a...

Portimao

Portimao

The Port of Portimão is strategically located between the Atlantic and the Mediterranean routes, at only one night navigation from Lisbon. Portimão offers the unique cruise terminal located on the Holidays’ Portuguese destination par excellence – the Algarve.

Lisbon

Lisbon

The Port of Lisbon is a large European Port with an Atlantic orientation whose geo-strategic centrality gives it a high statute within the logistics chain of international commerce and in the main cruise circuits.

Leixoes

Leixoes

The Port of Leixões is situated in the north of Portugal, in the north-west of the Iberian Peninsula, about 2½ miles to the north of the mouth of the River Douro. The port is surrounded by the cities of Leça da Palmeira, on the North, and Matosinhos on the South.

Faro

Faro

The Port of Faro is an important port infrastructure serving the Algarve region. Located between the Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean, it is endowed for serving the region, being essential for the Algarve economy. The cement produced on the Cimpor plant, in Loulé, is the principal export c...

Aveiro

Aveiro

With an annual throughput of around 3.5 million tonnes, Aveiro is a multi-functional port which plays a crucial role in serving a wide range of industries in its hinterland, such as the ceramics, chemical, winemaking, metallurgic, wood and derivatives industries, as well as the agricultural food and...