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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...

Nantes Saint-Nazaire

Nantes Saint-Nazaire

With nearly 27 million tonnes of traffic handled in 2014, Nantes – Saint Nazaire is the leading port on France’s Atlantic Seaboard and the fourth port authority. Its port area extends over a 65-kilometre stretch along the Loire Estuary. A very diverse range of port facilities is located on sites spa...

La Rochelle

La Rochelle

With a traffic of 9.4 million tonnes in 2014, Atlantic Port of La Rochelle is the 6th Great Ports Maritimes and only deep water port on the French Atlantic coast. La Rochelle is a pioneer in rail transport, offering rail connectivity to all terminals.

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 ...

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...