The geostrategic location of the Port of Huelva, on the Costa de la Luz, together with its connectivity by road (toll-free), rail and air (with 2 international airports less than 1 hour away) has led the Port of Huelva to position itself as one of the main tourist destinations in Andalusia.
In the inner harbour is the Levante Wharf, a quay very close to the city centre, with a depth of 6 m at low tide and 320 m of mooring line, which is undergoing a major remodelling as part of the Port-City integration to become a powerful commercial and leisure area of 80,000 m2 with large green, open and modern spaces facing the sea, which will host, among others, nautical-sports, cultural and first class restaurant activities.
This quay will be divided into three zones:
- The Future Dry Marina: where boats can be stored, maintained and repaired under cover on land.
- The Future Intelligent Recreational Marina: with a capacity of 400 moorings, and all the facilities and services afloat.
- The current berthing area for megayachts and small cruise ships up to 200m in length, where a new terminal will be built.
In this area, tourists will be welcomed with entertainment, wine tasting, and information about the wide range of gastronomic, commercial and cultural offerings that the province and its surroundings have to offer.
Surrounded by two nature reserves: the Doñana Natural Park and the Odiel Marshes, the Port of Huelva continues to grow in a sustainable manner in line with its environment, the demands of the sector and its port community.
Port of Huelva, Port of Light.