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Portugal Lisbon


Spain Portimão Huelva


Gibraltar Tangier


Málaga Gibraltar Ceuta Morocco Motril Cartagena Valencia


T Castellón


HUELVA, SPAIN


Must see tourist attractions


• Seville (50min) • La Rábida. Places of Columbus (10min) • Doñana Natural Park (30min) • Riotinto Mines (50min) • The Wonders of Jabugo (60min)


Maximum ship dimensions for berth Length: 300mtr, up to 350mtr under Harbour Master’s Office authorisation Width: no limit Draught: 12mtr Anchorage Available: yes Ship tenders allowed: yes Tugs available: yes, 12 (max power 8,100 CV) Tidal movement/range: 3mtr


Mailing Address Autoridad Portuaria de Huelva Avda. de la Real Sociedad Colombina Onubense s/n 21001 Huelva Spain


E aph@puertohuelva.com W www.puertohuelva.com


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Port of Huelva: Port of Light In the west coast of Andalusia, next to the Strait of Gibraltar, the Port of Huelva is situated less than one hour from the monumental city of Seville and the Portuguese Algarve, at the most important crossroads of the North-South and East-West maritime routes, (one sailing night from Lisbon and also to Malaga), which means the opportunity for being visited by cruise ships whose routes are through the South Mediterranean, North Africa and North Europe- Canary Islands as well as seasonal change between the Caribbean and Europe. With 3,120 hours of sunshine a year and a perfect temperate climate on the coast, it is possible to enjoy the sun and the sea all year round along its 122km of coastline of fine and white sandy beaches, offering at the same time outstanding conditions for sailing. These climate conditions motivate visitors to do outdoor sports such as golf, with 11 first-class golf courses at the province. Huelva is one of the most natural regions in Spain. The National Park of Doñana, which has been declared a Biosphere Reserve and a World Heritage Site by the UNESCO, is one of the most important


Quays Total number of quays: 16 Total number of cruise quays: 2 Total length of cruise quays: 1,070mtr Quay depth: max 13mtr, min 8mtr


Distances/Transportation City centre: Levante Quay in city centre, South Quay is 10-15min by shuttle Airport: Seville 90km (50min by motorway), Faro, Portugal 100km (less than


Other Contact Graciela Arcos Aguirre Commercial Officer E graciela.arcos@puertohuelva.com P +34 959 493 100


Jennifer García Moreno Technical & Commercial Department E jennifer.garcia@huelvaport.com P +34 959 493 100


and protected areas in Europe, having the Iberian lynx, and numerous migratory birds such as the flamingos. The province has a thousand-year history heritage, a


result of the passing of civilizations such as the Tartesians, Phoenicians, Romans and Moors. Furthermore, is worth mentioning the legacy left by the British Rio Tinto Company, who exploited the copper mines in the last century and brought to Spain for the first time sports as football, tennis and golf. In Rio Tinto, visitors can enjoy the Corta Atalaya mine –the biggest open air mine in Europe- the Mining Museum and a train travelling around the mining area. The most remarkable event in the history of the city took place in 1492 when three caravels under the command of Christopher Columbus, accompanied by local sailors, departed from the Port to reach the so- called New World. This point of departure in addition to the Columbus Monument, the Franciscan Monastery of La Rábida and the very famous Caravels Dock –where replicates of the caravels can be visited- are adjoining the Port area and very easy to access. Huelva is, definitively, the light of the sea.


1hr by motorway Free shuttle service to city: yes, from South Quay


Traffic Total cruise passengers 2017: 26,144 Total cruise calls 2017: 23 Total cruise lines 2017: 9 Turnaround port? no


Main Contact


Capt J. Manuel Vega Granda Commercial Manager


E mvega@puertohuelva.com P +34 959 493 100 M+34 609 906 856


PORT FACTS


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