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Marinas in Basque Country
Autoridad Portuaria de Bilbao - Bilbaoport

Autoridad Portuaria de Bilbao - Bilbaoport

Marina in Biscay
ATLANTIC PORT In the centre of the Bay of Biscay, equidistant from Brest and Finesterre, the Port of Bilbao is a centrality of the European Atlantic. The thing that has allowed him to establish himself, for 700 years, in privileged connection with the main ports, especially those of America and Northern Europe. Your offer of regular shipping services connect you to 800 ports around the world. The Port of Bilbao operates with all kinds of goods and all kinds of ships. It is open and works 24 hours a day, every day of the year, without draft or tide problems. The influence of the Port of Bilbao It covers the Iberian Peninsula and the South of France, a large territory, with its epicentre in the Bilbao metropolitan area, with more than one million inhabitants. Within a radius of 200 kilometres live 4 million people and more than 20 in 400 kilometres. In addition, it is an excellent way of approaching the Western European market.
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Marina d'Hendaye

Marina d'Hendaye

Marina in Gipuzkoa
Berth peacefully in Hendaye and enjoy the charms of the resort during your stopover. Located at the mouth of the river Bidassoa, the river marking the border with Spain, Hendaye marina has 850 berths on floating pontoons. The marina can take boats between 5 and 16 metres and offers several services: a hoist for up to 30 tons, fuel and 24-hour security. It is the only marina on the Aquitaine coast that is open round the clock in all weather conditions. Details of the services available to marina-users - Private toilets and showers with coded access - Wireless internet - Laundry - Car parking - Special pontoon for visitors on a stopover - Harbourmaster’s office open 24 hours - VHF radio on Channel 9 - 24-hour fuel
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Marina Urola

Marina Urola

Marina in Gipuzkoa
An inland port with calm waters in a friendly municipality. Zumaia is part of the Seven Kingdoms of the series "Game of Thrones". Enjoy the boat and its surroundings, and rest at home. Parking, showers, wc, surveillance. Located between the Higuer and Matxitxako ends. A few miles to the east, Getaria, Zarautz, Orio, Donostia, Pasaia, Hondarribia and Hendaia, and to the west, Deba, Mutriku, Ondarroa, Lekeitio, Ea, Elantxobe, Mundaka and Bermeo.
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Molla Kirol-Portua

Molla Kirol-Portua

Marina in Gipuzkoa
DATA Located next to the Hondarribia airport, the old Molla dock is recovered for recreational boating.
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Port de Pasaia

Port de Pasaia

Marina in Gipuzkoa
Located in the center of the Bay of Biscay, 15 kilometers from the French border and directly connected to the Atlantic Corridor of the Trans-European Transport Network (Ten-T), the Port of Pasaia has become an essential instrument for the development of the industry, commerce and tourism in its radius of influence. Its rail and land connections make it especially recommended for SSS (Short Sea Shipping). Three regular lines of RO-RO vessels link the port with the European Atlantic Arc, the gateway to the common economic market. Agility, dynamism, efficiency and safety are the pillars that support the activity of this port; its primary objective is to offer security to its customers; a security based on the agility of its services, the reduction of the average stay and practically zero incidents in the handling of goods. But in addition, Pasaia offers great potential for cruise stopovers in the Cantabrian Sea , due to its proximity to the most visited places in Aquitaine and Euskadi and for its excellent communications with other regions both by road, through the Lisbon-Madrid European axis. -Paris, as airlines, with 5 airports within an approximate radius of 100 kilometres: Hondarribia (Gipuzkoa), Biarritz (Aquitaine; France), Loiu (Bizkaia), Noain (Navarra) and Foronda (Araba). Lastly, for the port of Pasaia, coexistence with its surroundings is absolutely vital since together we will be able to adapt the infrastructures, adapt the services to new traffic and, above all, make port activity compatible with the urban environment.
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Port of Deba

Port of Deba

Marina in Gipuzkoa
This historic port, from which Castilian wool was formerly exported to Northern Europe, barely conserves its seafaring character, maintaining only an appreciable sports fleet. The town sits on the eastern bank of the River Deba, and the port is channeled by a breakwater to the left and a breakwater to the right. The bar is variable and dangerous, leaving very little water at low tide. Small recreational dock upstream, next to the Mutriku road bridge. It has capacity for 70 anchored boats, with a draft of 1.5 m
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Puerto de Plentzia

Puerto de Plentzia

Marina in Biscay
Known as La Gallarda. At the beginning of its history it was a commercial port, adding fishing activity later, to today basically be a port for pleasure boats. Given the difficulty of anchoring in the Gaminiz shell, the only refuge has been and is the estuary, which today is dotted with pleasure boats. The port is located inside the estuary, with an area of ​​one hectare. In the dock there are 149 jetty berths, always busy. The depth of the access channel is 1.5 m.
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Puerto de Zierbena - Bilbao

Puerto de Zierbena - Bilbao

Marina in Biscay
The proximity of the port of Bilbao has led to various renovations, currently hosting not only fishing boats and recreational vessels but also the Pañol building that serves the boats, as well as the sports facilities of the local rowing club. There is a small artificial beach 100 meters long. It has various services and facilities in summer, such as showers and lifeguards. It is a beach frequented by families, given the tranquillity of its waters and the proximity to the renowned bars and restaurants of the port. On the other hand, the port is now an important recreational space for both the residents of Zierbena and the numerous visitors it receives. This is due to its wide gastronomic offering based on traditional fish and seafood cuisine and the various attractive leisure and cultural activities there, such as the seafood fair. Zierbena Tourist Office Barrio El Puerto Multifunction Building T: 946 404 974 tourism@zierbena.net Territorial Service of Ports of Bizkaia Elcano, 3 48011 Bilbao Telephone: 944 031 321 Telephone: 944 031 323
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Puerto de Zumaya

Puerto de Zumaya

Marina in Gipuzkoa
The port of Zumaia is located in the estuary of the Urola river. Currently, it hardly performs fishing or commercial functions. However, it has important shipyards and also an interesting marina. It is a beautiful place, with a great attraction for tourists. Services: Shipyards: Merchant and fishing. Balenciaga Varadero cars: 5 private. Balenciaga Docking ramp: 1 Repair shops Water intakes Electricity intakes Location: l= 43-18 NL= 02-15 W Tidal run: 4.5 m Entrance mouth: Width: 40 m Draft in BMVE: 4 m. 2 m in complicated access channel. Orientation: E NE
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Puerto deportivo de Hondarribia

Puerto deportivo de Hondarribia

Marina in Gipuzkoa
Located in the heart of Txingudi Bay, next to Hondarribia beach. Its location allows you to enjoy the wide range of tourism and services offered by the beautiful walled city, a treasure of history and seafaring.
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Puerto Deportivo de Orio

Puerto Deportivo de Orio

Marina in Gipuzkoa
DATA It is located on the right bank of the mouth of the Oria river, next to the Orio beach, about 500 meters from the center of the aguilucha town.
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Puerto deportivo Ondarroa

Puerto deportivo Ondarroa

Marina in Biscay
This port located at the mouth of the Artibai River, is one of those that has undergone the greatest transformations in recent years. Traditionally an important fishing port, it is today one of the most important in the Bay of Biscay due to its volume of catches. A new bridge, entrance and wide piers have been built, doubling the sheet of sheltered water Tidal run: 4.5 m Entrance mouth: Width: 50 m Draft in BMVE: 6 m Orientation: E The recreational marina has a total of 120 moorings and moorings at various points on the Artibai River: Dock on the right bank of the Artibai: 57 moorings for lengths between 3 and 5 meters. Draft 1.5 m. Continuous jetty on the left bank and part of the right bank of the river between the Calatrava bridge and the sports dock: 50 moorings for lengths between 5 and 7 meters with a draft that varies from 3 m to 1.5 m. Continuous pontoon located between the exit to the sea and the Calatrava bridge for normally sailing boats with lengths of up to 10 meters and an average draft of 3 meters. Anchor buoys in the centre of the river for boats up to 12 meters. Number of buoys: 6. Draft between 3 and 4 meters. Maritime rescue: Bilbao. Telephones: 944.839.286 - 944.839.411 Fax: 944.839.161 Meteorological information: Pasajes. VHF Ch 27, 09:40 - 11:40 - 21:40 Distances: Zumaia 7 mn; Getaria 9 minutes; San Sebastian 18 minutes; Bermeo 14 minutes; Bilbao 33 minutes; Laredo 48 min. Ondárroa is the last port of Vizcaya, bordering Guipuzcoa. It is an eminently fishing port, but it offers all kinds of services to passers-by. It does not have a proper sports marina, but it is a good refuge in this area of ​​the Cantabrian coast.
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