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Aveiro Ria and Port seen from the sky IV (1993)

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 Port of Aveiro - By Paulo Magalhães

Port of Aveiro - By Paulo Magalhães
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Aveiro Port is located in an inland lagoon called the Ria de Aveiro (Aveiro Estuary).

Ø The Estuary came about due to the retreating sea, leading to the appearance of coastal strips and the subsequent formation of a lagoon that is one of the most important and beautiful hydrographical accidents that occurred on the Portuguese coast.

Ø The main navigation canal is 9km long, running from the entrance of the Harbour (40º39’N, 8º 45’W) to close by the city of Aveiro.

 
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MARITIME

The port entrance (harbour) is 1.5 miles from the terminals of the North Sector (North Terminal; Container and Roll-on/Roll-off Terminal; Solid Bulk Cargo and Liquid Bulk Cargo Terminal) and 4.5 miles from the South sector (South Terminal, High Sea Fishing Port and Specialised Fisheries Terminal.

Maritime access to Aveiro harbour will be stabilised to the depth of -13.20 m by June 2013 to enable the entrance of bigger ships and in turn the attraction/loyalty of regular container or Roll-on/Roll-off traffic lines.

 

 LAND

Aveiro Port is served by a set of non-congested motorways which connect the region to the main cities of Portugal and Spain. The A1, A29 and A25 motorways allow easy connection to the port’s hinterland.

The fluidity of these accesses make Aveiro Port an important node of development of Short-Sea Shipping and a driving force behind the European Motorways of the Sea project.

To boost its trading relations with Spain, Aveiro Port is integrated into the Trans-European A-62/AP1 corridor of the logistical network of Castilla y Léon.
Weekly rail service of the railway links Aveiro to the Northern line (Portugal) and to Spain via Beira Alta line.

 

RAIL ACCESS

Railway connection concluded in 2009.

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The Port of Aveiro in Europe

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