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Port Carboneras LIMANi Supply Group

Carboneras

Carboneras is a municipality of Almería province, in the autonomous community of Andalusia, Spain.

Port Location Carboneras
Port Name Puerto de Carboneras
Port Authority Almeria-Motril Port Authority
Address Muelle Levante s/n
Almeria 04071
Spain
Phone +34 950 23 60 33
Fax +34 950 23 29 49
800 Number
Email [email protected]
Website www.apalmeria.com
Latitude 36° 58′ 17″ N
Longtitude 1° 53′ 52″ W
UN/LOCODE ESCRS
Port Type Pier, Jetty or Wharf
Port Size Small

Port Seville LIMANi Supply Group

Seville

The Port of Seville is the capital of the Province of Seville in Andalusia, Spain. Lying on the eastern bank of the Guadalquivir River about 54 miles inland from the Atlantic coast, Seville is Andalusia’s most important city and the fourth biggest city in Spain.
The Port of Seville is the country’s most important inland port, exporting olives, fruit, wines, cork, and minerals. Its imports include coal, oil, and metal products. The city is home to several manufacturing industries making armaments, porcelain, tobacco, airplane parts, agricultural machinery, and chemical products. After World War II, shipbuilding and textile manufacturing became important to the local economy, as did commercial services and tourism. In 2006, almost 695 thousand people lived in the city, and over 1.4 million lived in the metropolitan area.

Port Location Seville
Port Name Port of Seville
Port Authority Port Authority of Seville
Address Avenida de Moliní, 6
Seville, Seville 41012
Spain
Phone +34 954 24 73 00
Fax +34 954 24 73 43
800 Number
Email [email protected]
Website www.apsevilla.com
Latitude 37° 21′ 7″ N
Longtitude 5° 59′ 34″ W
UN/LOCODE ESSVQ
Port Type River Port
Port Size Medium

Port Huelva LIMANi Supply Group

Huelva

The Port of Huelva is the capital of Huelva Province in Andalusia, Spain. It sits at the confluence of the Odiel and Rio Tinto Rivers about 16 miles from the Gulf of Cadiz near Portugal on Spain’s southeastern shores.
Since the mid 1900s, its wealth has been based on the petrochemical industry, and it is one of the most important chemical-exporting ports in Spain. Other trade goods include grains, olives, grapes, and cork. Today, commerce and services power the Port of Huelva’s economy, and it is home to a busy fishing industry. In 2006, over 145 thousand people lived in the Port of Huelva.

Port Location Huelva
Port Name Port of Huelva
Port Authority Autoridad Portuaria de Huelva
Address Avda. Real Sociedad
Colombina Onubense, s/n
Huelva 21001
Spain
Phone +34 900 21 31 00
Fax +34 959 49 31 37
800 Number
Email [email protected]
Website www.puertohuelva.com
Latitude 37° 10′ 39″ N
Longtitude 6° 55′ 21″ W
UN/LOCODE ESHUV
Port Type Seaport
Port Size Medium

Port Marin LIMANi Supply Group

Vigo

The Port of Vigo is one of Europe’s most important fishing ports. Located in the Province of Galicia on the Vigo Inlet off the Atlantic Ocean and just over 20 miles north of Spain’s border with Portugal, it is Spain’s largest non-capital city. In 2007, almost 300 thousand people lived in the Port of Vigo.
The fishing industry is the base of the port’s economy, as it has been for many centuries, and it is well known for its freezing and canning industry. It is also home to plants manufacturing flour, paper, leather, brandy, sugar, machinery, and lumber. Being the 14th biggest city, it has busy cultural life and a popular soccer team. Unfortunately, it fell victim to oil spills that killed marine life around the port in the early 21st Century.

Port Location Vigo
Port Name Port of Vigo
Port Authority Autoridad Portuaria de Vigo
Address Plaza de la Estrella n-1
Vigo, Pontevedra 36201
Spain
Phone +34 986 26 80 21
Fax +34 986 26 80 20
800 Number
Email [email protected]
Website www.apvigo.com
Latitude 42° 14′ 33″ N
Longtitude 8° 43′ 54″ W
UN/LOCODE ESVGO
Port Type Seaport
Port Size Medium

Port Marin LIMANi Supply Group

Marin

The Port of Marin is located in the Province of Pontevedra in Galicia, Spain, about 37 kilometers north of the border with Portugal and about 125 kilometers southwest of the Spanish Port of Ferrol. Spain’s School for Navy Officers is located there, attesting to its importance as an Atlantic naval port. On the southern shores of a large natural harbor, it is also important for its ship-building facilities. About 4600 people live in the Port of Marin.

Port Location Marin
Port Name Pourto de Marin
Port Authority Port Authority of Marin y Ria de Pontevedra
Address Avenida de las Corbaceiras s/n
Pontevedra 36002
Spain
Phone +34 986 85 52 00
Fax +34 986 84 01 93
800 Number
Email [email protected]
Website www.apmarin.com
Latitude 42° 23′ 59″ N
Longtitude 8° 41′ 48″ W
UN/LOCODE ESMAR
Port Type Seaport
Port Size Medium

Port La Coruna LIMANi Supply Group

La Coruna

The Port of A Coruna is an autonomous community of Galicia and the capital of the A Coruna Province in northwestern Spain. It lies at the mouth of the Mero River as it flows into the Atlantic Ocean. Its position near a traditional sea route from Europe to Latin America makes it one of Spain’s most important ports. It is also the second biggest fishing center in Spain. Exports of agricultural produce and imports of coal, manufactured goods, and salt flow through the port on a daily basis.
Complementing its fishing industry, the Port of A Coruna contains canning and salting factories. It is also home to a busy petroleum refining industry and manufacture of textiles, chemicals, aluminum, and machinery. A tobacco factory and shipyards are located in its suburb of Santa Lucia to the south. The Port of A Coruna also has busy beach resorts and a thriving real estate market for second homes. In 2006, over 224 thousand people lived in the Port of A Coruna.

Port Location A Coruna
Port Name Port of A Coruna
Port Authority Autoridad Portuaria de A Coruna
Address Avd. de la Marina, 3
A Coruna, A Coruna 15001
Spain
Phone +34 981 21 96 21
Fax +34 981 21 96 07
800 Number
Email
Website www.puertocoruna.com
Latitude 43° 21′ 47″ N
Longtitude 8° 23′ 26″ W
UN/LOCODE ESLCG
Port Type Seaport
Port Size Medium

Port El Ferrol LIMANi Supply Group

El Ferrol

The Port of Ferrol is a port in A Coruna Province in Galicia, Spain. It lies off the Atlantic Ocean on the shores of
the Ferrol Inlet, just 19 kilometers northeast of the Port of A Coruna. The birthplace of General Francisco Franco,
it has long been an important ship-building center and port. It was Europe’s most important arsenal in the 17th
Century. Today, it is the home of Navantia, Spain’s most important state-owned ship-building firm.
The Port of Ferrol is home to northern Spain’s most important naval station. It was the base for NATO’s 2008
Maritime Exercise Loyal Mariner. The city’s most important industries include horse breeding, fish farming and
fishing, mining and quarries, and timber. Its ship-building industry is complemented by the manufacture of ship
engines, electrical equipment, wind mill turbines and turbines for ships, textiles, canned fish, iron works, and
wooden products. In 2007, almost 78 thousand people lived in the city proper, and over 241 thousand lived in the
Ferrol metropolitan area.

Port Location Ferrol
Port Name Puerto de Ferrol
Port Authority Port Authority of Ferrol – San Cibrao
Address Muelle de Curuxeiras, s/n
Ferrol, A Coruna 15401
Spain
Phone +34 981 33 80 00
Fax +34 981 33 80 01
800 Number
Email [email protected]
Website www.apfsc.com
Latitude 43° 28′ 36″ N
Longtitude 8° 12′ 57″ W
UN/LOCODE ESFRO
Port Type Seaport
Port Size Large

Port Aviles LIMANi Supply Group

Aviles

The Port of Aviles lies on an inlet of the Bay of Biscay in the Asturias Province of northwest Spain. One of the smallest cities in the province, it is one of Spain’s important industrial centers and seaports. The Port of Aviles’ Church of San Tomas holds the tomb of the founder of St. Augustine, Florida, and the city contains much wonderful medieval architecture. Nearby are the popular beaches and a busy fishing fleet at Salinas.
During the mid-20th Century, the Port of Aviles’ population boomed when new factories came to town. The city has a prosperous iron and steel industry, and the port exports coal from mines in the province. Today, the Port of Aviles works to maintain its industrial base while also restoring its ancient character. In 2007, over 83 thousand people called Aviles home.

Port Location Aviles
Port Name Puerto de Aviles
Port Authority Port Authority of Aviles
Address Travesia de la Industria 98
Aviles, Asturias 33401
Spain
Phone +34 985 5411 11
Fax +34 985 5668 00
800 Number
Email [email protected]
Website www.avilesport.com
Latitude 43° 34′ 43″ N
Longtitude 5° 55′ 19″ W
UN/LOCODE ESAVS
Port Type Seaport
Port Size Medium

Port Gijon LIMANi Supply Group

Gijon

Port of Gijon lies on the shores of the Bay of Biscay in the province of Asturias in northwest Spain. It is Spain’s leading international seaport and an important industrial center. With a long history of human habitation, it was an important city for the Roman Empire.
The modern Port of Gijon (called El Musel) is an important exporter of coal and iron from Asturian mines, and it has a busy fishing industry. Other industries include manufacturing of chemicals, iron, and steel and petroleum refining, food processing, and distilling of liquor. Its beautiful beaches make the Port of Gijon a popular summer resort. In 2007, over 274 thousand people called the Port of Gijon home.

Port Location Gijon
Port Name Port of Gijon
Port Authority Autoridad Portuaria de Gijon
Address Claudio Alvargonzalez 32
Gijon 33201
Spain
Phone +34 985 17 96 00
Fax +34 985 35 99 17
800 Number
Email [email protected]
Website www.puertogijon.es
Latitude 43° 33′ 56″ N
Longtitude 5° 41′ 31″ W
UN/LOCODE ESGIJ
Port Type Seaport
Port Size Medium

Port Santander LIMANi Supply Group

Santander

The Port of Santander is an autonomous community in northern Spain’s Cantabria Province. With an excellent natural harbor, the port is located on the coast of the Santander Bay off the Bay of Biscay.The Port of Santander is a busy city with an economy based on tourism, heavy industry, fishing, and ship-building.The bay is home to factories involved in refining oil and making steel as well as agricultural activities, particularly raising cattle. Other important economic sectors include finance, health and education, and public administration. In 2006, almost 146 thousand people called the Port of Santander home.

Port Location Santader
Port Name Port of Santader
Port Authority Autoridad Portuaria de Santander
Address de Explotacion
Muelle de Maliano s/n
Santander, Cantabria 39009
Spain
Phone +34 942 20 36 00
Fax +34 942 20 36 33
800 Number
Email [email protected]
Website www.puertosantander.es
Latitude 43° 26′ 32″ N
Longtitude 3° 48′ 28″ W
UN/LOCODE ESSDR
Port Type Seaport
Port Size Medium

Port Bilbao LIMANi Supply Group

Bilbao

The Port of Bilbao is Basque Country’s largest city and capital of Biscay Province. Almost half of the Basque
Country’s population lives in the Port of Bilbao, stretching along the banks of the Nervion River in northern Spain
about 14 kilometers from the river’s mouth and the Atlantic Ocean. The Port of Bilbao is one of Spain’s most
important economic areas, home to several important industries including aeronautics, electronics, information
technology, energy, and manufacture of steel and machine tools.
While the city has had an industrial character for decades, many industries have moved from the city center. The
Bilbao Exhibition Center hosts several international trade fairs each year. The Port of Bilbao is one of Spain’s
most important northern ports. In 2005, it was the fourth busiest port in the country, moving 36.8 million tons of
cargo. In 2006, over 354 thousand people lived in the Greater Bilbao area.

Port Location Bilbao
Port Name Port of Bilbao
Port Authority Port Authority of Bilbao
Address Muelle de la Ampliacion
Santurtzi, Bizkaia 48980
Spain
Phone +34 944 87 12 00
Fax +34 944 87 12 08
800 Number
Email
Website www.bilbaoport.eus
Latitude 43° 21′ 6″ N
Longtitude 3° 2′ 50″ W
UN/LOCODE ESBIO
Port Type Seaport
Port Size Medium

Port Pasajes LIMANi Supply Group

Pasajes

Pasaia (Spanish : Pasajes) is a town and municipality located in the province of Gipuzkoa in the Basque Autonomous
Community of northern Spain. It is a fishing community, commercial port and the birthplace of the famous admiral
Blas de Lezo.
Pasaia lies approximately 5 kilometres (3.1 mi) east of Donostia’s centre, lying at the foot of Mount Ulia and the
Jaizkibel massif. The municipality numbers 16,056 inhabitants (as of 2008 estimates), clustering around the Bay of
Pasaia in four nuclei, namely Pasai San Pedro, Pasai San Juan (or Donibane in Basque), Antxo and Trintxerpe, with
each part showing distinctive features.

Port Location Pasajes
Port Name Puerto de Pasajes
Port Authority Pasaia Port Authority
Address Edificio Transatlantico
Recinto portuario s/n. Apdo.56
Pasajes, Gipuzkoa 20110
Spain
Phone +34 943 35 18 44
Fax +34 943 35 25 80
800 Number
Email
Website www.pasaiaport.eus
Latitude 43° 19′ 25″ N
Longtitude 1° 55′ 4″ W
UN/LOCODE ESPAS
Port Type Seaport
Port Size Medium

Port Barcelona LIMANi Supply Group

Barcelona

The Port of Barcelona lies on Spain’s Mediterranean coast between the rivers Llobregat and Besos about 150 kilometers south of the country’s border with France. The Port of Barcelona is about 140 nautical miles north of Mallorca and some 200 nautical miles southwest of France’s Port of Marseille. The capital of the Catalonia region, the Port of Barcelona is the second biggest city and the biggest seaport in Spain as well as an important cultural, educational, commercial, and industrial center. In 2005, almost 1.6 million people lived in the Port of Barcelona.

Port Location Barcelona
Port Name Port of Barcelona
Port Authority Barcelona Port Authority
Address World Trade Center
Barcelona wharf
Barcelona 08039
Spain
Phone +34 933 06 88 00
Fax
800 Number
Email [email protected]
Website www.portdebarcelona.cat
Latitude 41° 20′ 25″ N
Longtitude 2° 9′ 53″ E
UN/LOCODE ESBCN
Port Type Seaport
Port Size Very Large

Port Tarragona LIMANi Supply Group

Tarragona

The Port of Tarragona is the capital of Tarragona Province in Catalonia, Spain. On the mouth of the Francoli River on the northeastern shores of the Mediterranean Sea, Tarragona is an important seaport, a busy agricultural center, and a center for tourism in southern Spain. With a modern port, the city is home to an active petrochemical industry. In 2006, almost 63 thousand people called the Port of Tarragona home.

Port Location Tarragona
Port Name Port of Tarragona
Port Authority Autoridad Portuaria de Tarragona
Address Passeig de l’Escullera s/n
Tarragona 43004
Spain
Phone +34 977 25 94 00
Fax +34 977 22 54 99
800 Number
Email [email protected]
Website www.porttarragona.es
Latitude 41° 5′ 39″ N
Longtitude 1° 13′ 21″ E
UN/LOCODE ESTAR
Port Type Seaport
Port Size Large

Port Castellon LIMANi Supply Group

Castellon

The Port Castelló is a logistics platform in the Mediteranean. Latest figures place the port at the top of the list of Spanish ports in terms of growth. It is in ninth place overall in the list of 46 Spanish ports and second in terms of solid bulk traffic.
It provides a very significant boost to economic growth and employment in the Province of Castellón. The logistics services it provides fit perfectly with the needs of local industry and the productive sectors of the province.

Port Location Castellon
Port Name Port of Castellon
Port Authority Autoridad Portuaria de Castellon
Address Muelle Serrano Lloberes, s/n
Grao de Castellon 12100
Spain
Phone +34 964 28 11 40
Fax +34 964 28 14 11
800 Number
Email [email protected]
Website www.portcastello.com
Latitude 39° 57′ 45″ N
Longtitude 0° 1′ 7″ E
UN/LOCODE ESCAS
Port Type Seaport
Port Size Medium

Port Sagunto LIMANi Supply Group

Sagunto

Sagunto ([saˈɣunto] (Valencian: [saˈɣunt]) is a city in Eastern Spain, in the modern fertile comarca of Camp de Morvedre in the province of Valencia. It is located c. 30 km north of Valencia, close to the Costa del Azahar on the Mediterranean Sea.
It is best known for the remains of the ancient Iberian and Roman city of Saguntum. The siege of Saguntum in 219 BC was the trigger of the Second Punic War between the Carthaginians and the Romans.

Port Location Santader
Port Name Port of Santader
Port Authority Autoridad Portuaria de Santander
Address Edificio de Explotacion
Muelle de Maliano s/n
Santander, Cantabria 39009
Spain
Phone +34 942 20 36 00
Fax +34 942 20 36 33
800 Number
Email [email protected]
Website www.puertosantander.es
Latitude 43° 26′ 32″ N
Longtitude 3° 48′ 28″ W
UN/LOCODE ESSDR
Port Type Seaport
Port Size Medium

Port Valencia LIMANi Supply Group

Valencia

The Port of Valencia is the capital of Valencia Province and the historic capital of the Kingdom of Valencia. Located on the Mediterranean coast in eastern Spain at the mouth of the Turia River, it is surrounded by rich orchards. It is Spain’s third largest city and is part of the Costa del Azahar industrial area. In 2007, almost 800 thousand people lived in the city proper, and over 1.7 million people called the metropolitan area home.

Port Location Valencia
Port Name Port of Valencia
Port Authority Port Authority of Valencia (PAV)
Address Avda. del Muelle del Turia, s/n
Valencia 46024
Spain
Phone +34 963 93 95 00
Fax +34 963 93 95 99
800 Number
Email [email protected]
Website www.valenciaport.com
Latitude 39° 26′ 39″ N
Longtitude 0° 19′ 10″ W
UN/LOCODE ESVLC
Port Type Seaport
Port Size Large

Port Valencia LIMANi Supply Group

Denia

The Port Denia, the Superyacht Centre on the east coast of Spain, 45 miles from Ibiza and 1 hour from both Alicante and Valencia airports. Offering both shipyard and marina facilities, situated in the heart of the cosmopolitan town of Denia, Port Denia is the smart choice for Captains, Owners and management companies looking for a quality yet cost effective refit location, winter berthing solution or charter pick-up point for the Balearic Islands.

Port Location Denia
Port Name Port of Denia
Port Authority Autoridad Porturia de Denia
Address Unidad de Puertos en Alicante
Area de La Nao, COPUT Alicante, c/Teniente Alvarez Soto 1-4
Alicante 03001
Spain
Phone +34 965 20 46 33
Fax +34 965 14 27 97
800 Number
Email
Website Portdenia
Latitude 38° 50′ 35″ N
Longtitude 0° 6′ 58″ E
UN/LOCODE ESDNA
Port Type Harbor
Port Size Small

Port Alicante LIMANi Supply Group

Alicante

The Port of Alicante lies on the shores of the Alicante Bay off the Mediterranean Sea on the southwestern coast of Spain. It is the capital of the Alicante Province and part of the Valencian community. The Port of Alicante is an important commercial port for Madrid, with extensive connections by air, rail, and road. Its major products and exports include raisins, wines, esparto grass, and vegetables. Other important projects include embroideries, bricks, cigarettes, tomatoes, utensils, and furniture. It has a mild climate and beautiful beaches that make the Port of Alicante a popular winter resort.

Port Location Alicante
Port Name Alicante Port
Port Authority Autoridad Portuaria de Alicante
Address Muelle de Poniente, 11
Alicante, Alicante 03001
Spain
Phone +34 965 13 00 95
Fax +34 965 13 00 34
800 Number
Email [email protected]
Website www.puertoalicante.com
Latitude 38° 19′ 55″ N
Longtitude 0° 29′ 21″ W
UN/LOCODE ESALC
Port Type Seaport
Port Size Medium

Port Cartagena LIMANi Supply Group

Cartagena

The Port of Cartagena is an autonomous community in the Murcia Province and Spain’s main naval base in the Mediterranean. With the best harbor on the east coast of Spain, Escombrera Island shelters its outer bay. Throughout history, the Port of Cartagena has been an important center for trade and commerce. However, competition from other Mediterranean ports brought a decline in ocean-going traffic during the 20th Century.
The Port of Cartagena has important smelting works as well as glass and fabric manufacturers. Exports from the Port of Cartagena include olive oil, minerals, dried fruits, and esparto fiber. It is also a naval base with an arsenal and large dockyards. In 2007, over 207 thousand people lived in the city.

Port Location Cartagena
Port Name Puerto de Cartagena
Port Authority Autoridad Portuaria de Cartagena
Address Plaza Heroes de Cavite
Cartagena, Murcia 30201
Spain
Phone +34 968 32 58 00
Fax +34 968 32 58 15
800 Number
Email [email protected]
Website www.apc.es
Latitude 37° 35′ 43″ N
Longtitude 0° 59′ 8″ W
UN/LOCODE ESCAR
Port Type Seaport
Port Size Medium

Port garrucha LIMANi Supply Group

Garrucha

Garrucha is a municipality of Almería province, in the autonomous community of Andalusia, Spain. Garrucha is aseaport of south-eastern Spain on the Mediterranean Sea and the right bank of the river Antas. In 1998 the town had a population of 5000. The harbor of Garrucha, which is defended by an eighteenth-century castle, affords shelter to large ships, and is the natural outlet for the commerce of a once thriving agricultural and mining district.
Garrucha had, at the beginning of the twentieth century a considerable trade in lead, silver, copper, iron, esparto grass and fruit, but now the only export from its harbour is gypsum mined in Sorbas, with a million metric tonnes being exported annually . Besides cargo ships, the port is home to a small fishing fleet and has approximately 300 moorings for leisure boats.

Port Location Garrucha
Port Name Puerto de Garruca
Port Authority Autoridad Portuaria de Santander
Address Explanada Puerto, s/n
Garrucha, Almeria 04630
Spain
Phone +34 950 80 80 90
Fax +34 950 13 23 15
800 Number
Email [email protected]
Website www.puertosantander.es
Latitude 37° 10′ 59″ N
Longtitude 1° 49′ 4″ W
UN/LOCODE ESGAR
Port Type Harbor
Port Size Very Small

Port Carboneras LIMANi Supply Group

Carboneras

Carboneras is a municipality of Almería province, in the autonomous community of Andalusia, Spain.

Port Location Carboneras
Port Name Puerto de Carboneras
Port Authority Almeria-Motril Port Authority
Address Muelle Levante s/n
Almeria 04071
Spain
Phone +34 950 23 60 33
Fax +34 950 23 29 49
800 Number
Email [email protected]
Website www.apalmeria.com
Latitude 36° 58′ 17″ N
Longtitude 1° 53′ 52″ W
UN/LOCODE ESCRS
Port Type Pier, Jetty or Wharf
Port Size Small

Port Aviles LIMANi Supply Group

Aviles

The Port of Aviles lies on an inlet of the Bay of Biscay in the Asturias Province of northwest Spain. One of the smallest cities in the province, it is one of Spain’s important industrial centers and seaports. The Port of Aviles’ Church of San Tomas holds the tomb of the founder of St. Augustine, Florida, and the city contains much wonderful medieval architecture. Nearby are the popular beaches and a busy fishing fleet at Salinas.
During the mid-20th Century, the Port of Aviles’ population boomed when new factories came to town. The city has a prosperous iron and steel industry, and the port exports coal from mines in the province. Today, the Port of Aviles works to maintain its industrial base while also restoring its ancient character. In 2007, over 83 thousand people called Aviles home.

Port Location Aviles
Port Name Puerto de Aviles
Port Authority Port Authority of Aviles
Address Travesia de la Industria 98
Aviles, Asturias 33401
Spain
Phone +34 985 5411 11
Fax +34 985 5668 00
800 Number
Email [email protected]
Website www.avilesport.com
Latitude 43° 34′ 43″ N
Longtitude 5° 55′ 19″ W
UN/LOCODE ESAVS
Port Type Seaport
Port Size Medium

Port Malaga LIMANi Supply Group

Malaga

The Port of Malaga is the capital of the Province of Malaga in Andalusia in southern Spain just over 100 kilometers northeast of Gibraltar. Lying at the mouth of the Guadalmedina River in Spain’s Sun Coast, it is Spain’s fifth most populous metropolitan area and one of Spain’s most important Mediterranean seaports. The Port of Malaga is sheltered
by mountains to the north, and it has a mild climate that makes it a popular city for tourists from all over the world.
The city has a diverse industrial base with textile mills, breweries, fertilizer plants, and manufacturing of building materials and foodstuffs. It is an important gateway for exports from eastern Andalusia including olives and olive oil, almonds, dried fruits, oranges and lemons, sweet wine, and canned anchovies. Imports passing through the Port of Malaga include petroleum, chemicals, iron and steel, and maize. In 2006, about 525 thousand people lived in the city, and the population of the metropolitan area exceeded one million.

Port Location Malaga
Port Name Port of Malaga
Port Authority Autoridad Portuaria de Malaga
Address Muelle de Canovas, s/n
Malaga, Malaga 29001
Spain
Phone +34 952 12 50 00
Fax +34 952 12 50 02
800 Number
Email [email protected]
Website www.puertomalaga.com
Latitude 36° 42′ 33″ N
Longtitude 4° 25′ 9″ W
UN/LOCODE ESAGP
Port Type Seaport
Port Size Medium

Port Algeciras LIMANi Supply Group

Algeciras

The Port of Algeciras Bay is the largest urban area on the Bay of Gibraltar (Bahia de Gibraltar in Spanish). The Port of Algeciras Bay is the busiest port in Spain and the 16th busiest port in the world. Located 20 kilometers north of the southernmost town in the Iberian Peninsula, the Port of Algeciras Bay is an industrial center, transportation hub, and the focal point for ships going to Tangier, Morocco, and the Canary Islands. The Port of Algeciras Bay is just over eight kilometers (five miles) west from the Port of Gibraltar via Algeciras Bay. The Port of Algeciras Bay is about 85 kilometers (53 miles) southeast of Spain’s Port of the Bay of Cadiz.

Port Location Algeciras
Port Name Port of Algeciras Bay
Port Authority Autoridad Portuaria de la Bahia de Algeciras
Address Avda. de la Hispanidad, 2
Algeciras, Cadiz 11207 Spain
Phone +34 956 58 54 00
Fax +34 956 58 54 43
800 Number
Email [email protected]
Website www.apba.es
Latitude 36° 8′ 55″ N
Longtitude 5° 23′ 58″ W
UN/LOCODE ESALG
Port Type Seaport
Port Size Medium

Port Cueta LIMANi Supply Group

Cueta

The Port of Ceuta is a passenger and cargo port located on the North African coast, in the Strait of Gibraltar, belonging to the Spanish autonomous city of Ceuta.

Port Location Cueta
Port Name Port of Cueta
Port Authority Autoridad Portuaria de Ceuta
Address Muelle de Espana s/n
Ceuta 51001
Spain
Phone +34 956 52 70 00
Fax +34 956 52 70 01
800 Number
Email [email protected]
Website www.puertodeceuta.com
Latitude 35° 53′ 25″ N
Longtitude 5° 18′ 59″ W
UN/LOCODE ESCEU
Port Type Harbor
Port Size Small
Port Santa Cruz de Tenerife LIMANi Supply Group

Santa Cruz de Tenerife

Puertos de Tenerife is located on Spain’s Canary Islands just over 100 kilometers off the northwestern coast of Africa. They include the Spanish provinces of Las Palmas and Santa Cruz de Tenerife. The autonomous community of Santa Cruz de Tenerife was established in 1982. La Laguna, in Tenerife, is the third largest city of the islands and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. In 2007, over two million people lived in the Canary Islands.

Port Location Santa Cruz de Tenerife
Port Name Puertos de Tenerife
Port Authority Autoridad Portuaria de Santa Cruz de Tenerife
Address Spain
Phone +34 922 60 54 65
Fax +34 922 60 54 80
800 Number
Email [email protected]
Website www.puertosdetenerife.org
Latitude 28° 28′ 29″ N
Longtitude 16° 13′ 56″ W
UN/LOCODE ESSCT
Port Type Harbor
Port Size Medium

Port Las Palmas LIMANi Supply Group

Las Palmas

The Port of Las Palmas is the capital of the Province of Las Palmas on the northeast coast Gran Canary Island.The City of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria is the largest city on the island and the ninth most populous city of Spain. The Canary Islands are located just 210 kilometers off the northwestern African coast in the Atlantic Ocean, and they are an autonomous community. In 2006, over 377 thousand people lived in the Port of Las Palmas, and over 723 people (most of the population of the island) lived in the urban area.

Port Location Las Palmas
Port Name Port of Las Palamas
Port Authority Autoridad Portuaria de Las Palmas
Address Tomas Quevedo Ramírez, s/n Edif. A.P.L.P.
Las Palmas de Gran Canaria
Las Palmas 35008
Spain
Phone +34 928 30 04 00
Fax +34 928 30 04 22
800 Number
Email [email protected]
Website www.palmasport.es
Latitude 28° 8′ 14″ N
Longtitude 15° 25′ 6″ W
UN/LOCODE ESLPA
Port Type Seaport
Port Size Medium
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Port Viano do Castelo LIMANi Supply Group

Viana do Castelo

Viana do Castelo is a municipality and seat of the district of Viana do Castelo in the Norte Region of Portugal. The population in 2011 was 88.725, in an area of 319.02 km². The urbanized area of the municipality, comprising the city, has a population of approximately 36.148 inhabitants, although the extended densely populated region reaches surrounding municipalities like Caminha and Ponte de Lima with a population above 150,000 inhabitants. It is located on the Portuguese Way path, an alternative path of the Camino de Santiago, and at the mouth of the Lima river.

Port Location Viana do Castelo
Port Name Porto de Viana do Castelo
Port Authority APDL
Address Porto Comercial
Avenida do Cabedelo
Viana do Castelo 4935-160
Portugal
Phone +351 258 359 500
Fax +351 258 359 535
800 Number
Email [email protected]
Website viana.apdl.pt
Latitude 41° 41′ 4″ N
Longtitude 8° 50′ 5″ W
UN/LOCODE PTVDC
Port Type Seaport
Port Size Small

Port Leixoes LIMANi Supply Group

Leixoes

The Port of Leixoes rests on an artificial harbor off the Atlantic Ocean on Portugal’s northern shores in the town of Matosinhos. The City of Porto can not have a deep-water harbor due to a sandbar that blocks access to the river. The Port of Leixoes, an artificial harbor, is protected by two curved breakwaters. The Port of Leixoes exports the city of Porto’s most famous product, port wine, which was named after the city that makes it.
One of the country’s most important seaports, the Port of Leixoes serves the city of Porto some nine kilometers to the south. Porto (or Oporto) is the second biggest city in Portugal and the regional capital of the Porto region. The city’s historic center was recognized by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site in 1996. Porto is the economic and cultural center of the region, home to about 220 thousand people; however, the urban area contains over 1.7 million people.

Port Location Leixoes
Port Name Port of Leixoes
Port Authority Administracao dos Portos do Douro e Leixoes, SA
Address Avenida da Liberdade
4451-851 Leca da Palmeira
Leixoes 3004
Portugal
Phone +351 229 990 700
Fax +351 229 955 062
800 Number
Email [email protected]
Website www.apdl.pt
Latitude 41° 11′ 6″ N
Longtitude 58° 41′ 54″ W
UN/LOCODE PTLEI
Port Type Seaport
Port Size Medium

Port Aveiro LIMANi Supply Group

Aveiro

The Porto de Aveiro is lies on the banks of the Aveiro River about three kilometers from its mouth to the Atlantic Ocean in the Centro region of Portugal. The Porto de Aveiro is known throughout Portugal for its traditional sweets made from eggs, the ovos-moles and the trouxas de ovos. It is also well-known for producing salt and harvesting seaweed to be used as fertilizer. Some call The Porto de Aveiro the Venice of Portugal due to the Central Canal that runs through town. The city is surrounded by salt flats, lagoons, and beaches. Over 73 thousand people call the Porto de Aveiro home.

Port Location Aveiro
Port Name Porto de Aveiro
Port Authority Administracao do Porto de Aveiro, S.A. (APA, S.A)
Address Edifýcio 9 – Forte da Barra
Apartado 91,
Gafanha da Nazare 3834-908
Portugal
Phone +351 234 393 339
Fax +351 234 393 399
800 Number
Email [email protected]
Website www.portodeaveiro.pt
Latitude 40° 38′ 33″ N
Longtitude 8° 42′ 44″ W
UN/LOCODE PTLEI
Port Type Seaport
Port Size Medium

Port Figueira Da Foz LIMANi Supply Group

Figueira Da Foz

Figueira da Foz, also known as Figueira for short, is a city and a municipality in the Coimbra District, in Portugal. Practically at the midpoint of the Iberian Peninsula’s Atlantic coast, it is located at the mouth of the Mondego River, 40 km (25 mi) west of Coimbra and sheltered by hills (Serra da Boa Viagem), sharing about the same latitude with Philadelphia, Baku and Beijing. The population of the municipality in 2011 was 62.125, in an area of 379.05 km2 (146.35 sq mi). The city of Figueira da Foz proper has a population of 46,600. It is the second largest city in the district of Coimbra.
It is a coastal city with several beaches, summer and seaport facilities on the Atlantic Ocean coast. As a tourism city, it plays an important part in the centre of the country. A zone of legal gambling, one can find in Figueira one of the biggest casinos of the Iberian Peninsula – the Casino Figueira.

Port Location Figuera Da Foz
Port Name Port of Figuera Da Foz
Port Authority IPC Instituto Portuario do Centro
Address Avenida de Espanha
Figueira Da Foz 3080-901
Portugal
Phone +351 233 402 910
Fax +351 233 402 920
800 Number
Email [email protected]
Website
Latitude 40° 8′ 43″ N
Longtitude 8° 51′ 27″ W
UN/LOCODE PTFDF
Port Type Seaport
Port Size Medium

Port Lisbon LIMANi Supply Group

Lisbon

The Port of Lisbon is Portugal’s biggest city and main seaport. Lying on the banks of the Tagus River near its mouth to the Atlantic Ocean, the Port of Lisbon is an important center for government, commerce, education, manufacturing, and tourism. Located on Portugal’s central shores and about 500 kilometers west-southwest of Madrid, Spain, the Port of Lisbon is the westernmost capital city in Europe.
The name “Lisboa” is a modern form of the ancient Olisipo (or Ulyssipo). In fact, the Port of
Lisbon is said to have been founded by Ulysses of Homer’s famous Odyssey. Its founding has also been credited to Elisha, the grandson of Abraham. The more likely truth is that the Port of Lisbon was a Phoenician colony. Whatever its beginnings, the Port of Lisbon has one of the most beautiful and busiest natural harbors in the world. In 2001, more than 564 thousand people lived in the city of Lisbon, and more than 2.7 million called the metropolitan area home.

Port Location Lisbon
Port Name Port of Lisbon
Port Authority APL – Administration of the Port of Lisbon, S.A.
Address Alcantara Maritime Station
Lisbon, Lisbon 1350-355
Portugal
Phone +351 213 922 097
Fax +351 233 402 920
800 Number
Email [email protected]
Website www.portodelisboa.pt/en/home
Latitude 38° 41′ 57″ N
Longtitude 9° 9′ 32″ W
UN/LOCODE PTLIS
Port Type Seaport
Port Size Medium

Port Lisbon LIMANi Supply Group

Setubal

The Port of Setubal lies on the northern shore of a deep estuary formed where the Sado, Marateca, and Sao Martinho rivers meet in southwestern Portugal. About 40 kilometers southeast of the Port of Lisbon, the Port of Setubal is the administrative center for the Setubal district. In 2001, over 91 thousand people lived in the city proper, and the population of the urban area was over 118 thousand.
Over the past decades, the Port of Setubal and surrounding region have experienced significant industrial growth. The Port of Setubal has undergone extensive renovation, and road improvements improved the links to Lisbon, Faro (to the south), and Spain. The manufacture of automobiles is important to the Port of Setubal economy, as are the industries of glassware, pharmaceuticals, and electrical equipment.

Port Location Setubal
Port Name Port of Setubal
Port Authority APSS, SA
Address Praca da Republica
Setubal 2904-508
Portugal
Phone +351 265 542 000
Fax +351 265 230 992
800 Number
Email [email protected]
Website www.portodesetubal.pt
Latitude 38° 29′ 34″ N
Longtitude 8° 50′ 8″ W
UN/LOCODE PTSET
Port Type Seaport
Port Size Medium

Port Sines LIMANi Supply Group

Sines

The Port of Sines is the first largest artificial port of Portugal, and a deep water port, natural backgrounds to -28 m ZH with specialized terminals that allow the movement of different types of goods . Besides being the main port on the Atlantic seaboard of Portugal due to its geophysical characteristics, is the main gateway to the energy supply of
Portugal: container, natural gas, coal, oil and its derivatives (Features, 2007). Construction started in 1973 and came into operation
in 1978. On December 14, 1977 the Administration was created the Port of Sines (APS) (30, 2007). The port operates
365 days a year, 24 hours a day, providing services such as: control of maritime traffic; pilotage, towage and mooring; access
control and surveillance; drinking water and bunkers; prevent accidents/pollution; repairs on board or ashore (
Services, 2007). The Port of Sines is located at 37° 57′ north latitude and 08° 52′ west longitude, to 58 nautical
miles south of Lisbon.

Port Location Sines
Port Name Port of Senis
Port Authority Administracao do Porto de Sines, SA
Address Apartado 16
Sines 7520-953
Portugal
Phone +351 269 860 600
Fax +351 269 860 690
800 Number
Email [email protected]
Website www.portodesines.pt
Latitude 37° 56′ 33″ N
Longtitude 8° 52′ 3″ W
UN/LOCODE PTSIE
Port Type Seaport
Port Size Large

Export Outside Europe

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